Mui Ne sand dunes, just 5km east of the accommodation area, is the main attraction of Mui Ne. It is also what made Mui Ne famous for, followed by the beach. These massive Sahara-style dunes, with its very soft sand, can make climbing difficult. But once you are at the top of Mui Ne sand dunes, the view is very rewarding and creates a dramatic perspective. Point to note is that the sand can get very hot- try going early or late in the day.
Sand-sledding can be fun, as shown on the faces of these people.
Just sitting around to enjoy the view is not a bad idea also.
Or have a go at flying kites.
The Mui Ne sand dunes are also a good spot to capture those beautiful sunset moments. The pictures below were taken at about 5pm. If time had allowed me to stay longer, I’m sure the images would have turned out better.
Parting shots: With the blue sky contrasting with the red sand dunes, don’t forget to get a shot of yourself. Or your shadow
What’s your experience with the Mui Ne sand dunes? Share them with us, please?