1 of 14 . Kitesurfing in Mui Ne


Kitesurfing in Mui Ne

Mui Ne is one of the best destinations for kiteboarding in Asia. It's kiteable all year round with the wind direction changing from summer with southern wind to winter having northern wind. Most months it blows 20 to 25 days. Northern wind is usually stronger and varies between 12 and 30 knots, southern wind rarely exceeds 18 knots. Water conditions vary, from flat water in light winds through choppy to rare swells of max. 2,5m. Sandy bottom and no coral reefs make it a very safe spot for learning and practicing Kiteboarding. ..Readmore

2 of 14 . Mui Ne beach


Mui Ne beach

One of southern Vietnam's prime slices of beach real estate, Mui Ne beach is a 12 kilometre-long sweeping bay boasting a wide range of guesthouse and resort options, with the actual village of Mui Ne set at the far eastern end of the bay.

3 of 14 . Suoi Tien (or Fairy Stream)


Suoi Tien (or Fairy Stream)

One of the most beautiful places of Mui Ne is the arroyo de las hadas, called Suoi Tien in Vietnamese and Fairy Stream in English. Known mainly for its sand dunes, the small town of Mui Ne in Vietnam is also home to a soft red creek known as the Fairy Stream that is colored by the clay and limestone particles that filter in from the strange rock formations at its shores. ..Readmore

4 of 14 . Red sand dunes


Red sand dunes

Many visitors enjoy a trip to these surprisingly Saharan-like sand dunes located not far from Mui Ne’s important beaches. There are the two fascinating spots to check out; the white and the red sand dunes. Not as spectacular as the White Sand Dunes, but their proximity to the resorts and the ocean views make up for it. Trudging up the dunes is an experience reminiscent of being in an African or Middle Eastern desert. Kids with plastic slides are everywhere, experts in the art of charm and squeezing money out of tourists. ..Readmore

7 of 14 . Mui Ne fishing village


Mui Ne fishing village

Mui Ne Fishing Village, at the north end of Mui Ne bay, is about 7 km north of Mui Ne Town. The coastal road leads straight into the town (with a left turn required to continue up the coast). At the entrance to town is an overlook with a splendid view of hundreds of colorful fishing boats mooring on the water. Further along into town, just off the main road, there is a small but colorful market. The village also offers plenty of swaying palm trees, creating a peaceful air for this village. ..Readmore

9 of 14 . Kitesurfing and Windsurfing in Mui Ne beach


Kitesurfing and Windsurfing in Mui Ne beach

Kitesurfing and Windsurfing – are extremely popular in Mui Ne and with these trendy sports comes the inevitably cool, laid back vibe as surfer types play on the beach in the day and chill in the bars at night. For those wanting to try the sports for the first time, lessons are available but they can be pricy. Serious types tend to bring their own gear. ..Readmore

12 of 14 . Bau Trang - White san dunes


Bau Trang - White san dunes

Mui Ne is not just famous for its wonderful beaches and other unique Cham towers, but also White Sand Dunes. White Sand Dunes is the most outstanding sandy hills in Binh Thuan in particular and Vietnam in general. ..Readmore

13 of 14 . Lotus Lake in Bau Trang - White sand dunes


Lotus Lake in Bau Trang - White sand dunes

Mui Ne is famous for its enormous red and white sand dunes (Bau Trang). The white dunes are the more impressive, the near-constant oceanic winds sculpting the sands into wonderful Saharaesque formations. But as this is Vietnam (not deepest Mali) there's little chance of experiencing the silence of the desert. ..Readmore