Half-Day Mui Ne Sand Dunes Jeep Tour With Hotel Pickup

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Hotel pickup Available
  • Free Cancellation
  • Duration: 4 Hrs
  • Language:
  • Departure Time :
    4:30am OR 1:00pm
  • Departure Details :
    Your hotel in Mui Ne
  • Return Details :
    Tour ends with drop-off at your hotel
  • Cancellation Policy :
    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.


On this half-day Jeep tour, you'll get a chance to visit the dunes, fairy stream, and experience the culture of the local fishing village. Your driver will also be your guide as you see all the picturesque wonders of the Mui Ne area. This tour is offered for sunrise or sunset so you can choose which way you'll see the land. Hotel pickup and drop off is included in the price.


Enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city

Led by a local guide

Free hotel pickup and drop-off included

Know More about this tour

Sunrise tour: White sand dunes Red sand dunes Fishing village Fairy stream

At your confirmed time, you will be picked up at your Mui Ne hotel by Jeep and go directly to the white sand dunes, about 25 miles (40 km) away. This 5km sandy desert paradise attracts visitors due to its natural beauty and changing shapes as a result of the blowing wind. Spend 30-45mins to enjoy sand sliding or quad biking (ATV) (extra payment).

Afterwards, you will visit the fishing village to see a bit of what life is like here for local fishermen, who deliver their products to the village market such as fish sauce and seafood. Your final stop is Fairy Stream, where you can see a stunning canyon located just around the corner from a small brook. Fairy stream is situated is situated between the white and red sand dunes on one side and rows of shady coconut palms, on the other side.

Once you've had your fill, you will be brought back to hotel to have breakfast and relax.

Sunset tour: Fairy Stream Fish village White sand dunes Red sand dunes

This option is similar to the sunrise tour but the itinerary is a bit different. After pickup by Jeep, head first to Fairy Spring followed by the fishing village, where you'll enjoy a sunset view of Mui Ne Bay, dotted with fishing boats full of fresh seafood. Then visit the sand dunes and see Lotus Lake.


Hotel pick up/drop off

English speaking guide

Towels and mineral water



Personal expenses


Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Not wheelchair accessible

An average jeep size can accommodate 3 passengers (driver excluded)

A Large jeep size can accommodate max 6 passengers (driver excluded)

Preparation: This tour also involves walking. To best enjoy the tour, come in light clothing, comfortable walking shoes, cap, sun lotion and sunglasses.

This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers

Traveler Reviews

  • 01-Mar-2018

    This tour did not get off to a good start, even though our guide arrived on time 4.30am - sunrise tour, the jeep did not. It goes without saying that this tour is time critical, if you miss the sunrise we didn't - just then the purpose of the tour is missed. The jeep arrived at 5.10am, we had a 40km - break-neck journey to the dunes. Now bearing in mind these small, open jeeps have no seat-belts, this was one scary ride and made us quite nervous. When we got to the sand dunes we were told we would have to pay an extra 20 to hire a jeep to get us quickly to the top to see the sunrise, this was not mentioned in tour summary, we could have walked it, but we did not have the time as the jeep was late, but if we had argued, the sunrise would have been over again not a great feeling !!

    Putting all that aside, the sunrise was lovely and there was a carnival atmosphere to place, with people zooming down sand dunes on quad bikes, payable extra - which was mentioned.

    After the sand dunes we were taken to the red valley and also the blue lagoon fishing village of Mui Ne - both very interesting.

    Finally, we went to the Fairy Stream, where we had been told by other tourists there was a water-fall, we walked up the shallow stream which was nice, except for all the rubbish on the banks of the stream, but we could not get to the water-fall as the water was too deep. You have to go another way to get to the falls or be in your swim wear with no camera etc. The beauty of the Fairy Stream is marred by all the rubbish, given the popularity of this tourist attraction, I would have thought that the local trades people would want to keep the area clean, because it could be beautiful.

    In summary, had the jeep turned up on time we would have had a much better experience, the guide's English was not that great either, but he did try to recover the situation, as the problem was not his fault. The tour operator, Grayline Vietnam Threeland Travel just need to make sure they are on time.