Mui Ne Sand Dunes Half And Full Day Tour

Unique tour itineraries that showcase the best of Mui Ne



Meet and greet at your hotel at 10.00pm. Start traveling south overnight for about 5 hours from Ho Chi Minh City to Mui Ne. Upon arrival, we will take a short break at a hotel to rest and freshen up.


Our first stop right after breakfast takes us to the fishing village, where fishermen trade their catch at the local market, amidst the beautiful sunrise in the background.


Then, we will visit both the majestic red and white sand dunes, where you can spend the morning enjoying an exhilarating ride on a quad bike, or down the slopes on a sand sleigh.


Finally, we will wade barefoot in the cool shallow waters of the Fairy Stream - a photography hotspot flanked by the sand dunes on one side; blossoming flowers and luscious coconut palms on the other. We will make our way back to Ho Chi Minh city after lunch.


Arrive at your hotel at about 8.00pm



  • Transfer from hotel to bus station by taxi
  • Sleeper bus from Ho Chi Minh city to Mui Ne
  • Arrival in hotel - Freshen up in hotel and rest
  • Start of tour (proposed)
    • Enjoy the sunrise
    • Visit fishing village
    • Visit the red sandunes + ride the sand sleigh* (cost of ride not included)
    • Visit the white sandunes + ride the motor* (cost of ride not included)
    • Fairy Spring Mui Ne
  • Sleeper bus back to Ho Chi Minh city from Mui Ne
  • Arrival in Ho Chi Minh
  • Transfer from bus station to hotel by taxi

Full day tour from 6am - 6pm also available upon request.


Group size 2 3 4 5
Half day tour price per person (USD)   111 88 77 70
Full day tour price per person (USD) 159 129 114 105

  • Duration: 18hrs / 24hrs
  • Min. 2 pax to travel
  • Pickup from hotel
  • Free cancellation 72 hours

  • 2-way sleeper bus
  • Hotel room for freshening up
  • Transportation by jeep
  • Entrance fees
  • Simple breakfast and lunch
  • English speaking host
  • Amenities: mineral water, wet wipes
  • Personal insurance
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips are not compulsory