Private tours in Mui Ne

After exploring the hustle and bustle of Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, Mui Ne is a nice place to visit if you are looking for a little relaxation during your holidays. Escape along side a local and see the what Mui Ne has to offer.

Withlocals experiences in Mui Ne are

100% With locals

Who you see is who you get.
The Withlocals host you book is the
host that welcomes you.

100% Private

All Withlocals experiences
are private, meaning exclusively
for you.

a 100% taste of the city

From city highlights to hidden gems.
From food essentials to home dinners.
Our hosts share it with you.

More about Mui Ne

Mui Ne is located in the Southern part of Vietnam, and the best period to visit is around November till June, with average temperatures varying between 27 and 32 degrees. The most famous attractions of Mui Ne are the beautiful sand dunes. These sand dunes include both red and white sand, and visitors are given the possibility to hop on a plastic sled and slide through the dunes. You can also rent a buggy and drive through the area, or go kite surfing. Apart from the sand dunes, Mui Ne also offers several other activities near the beach, such as sailing, surfing and kayaking. Also, you can have a look at the Po Shanu Cham Towers, located near Phan Thiet. These ruins consist of three towers and a pagoda, along with a shop and gallery on the site.

This is what guests are saying about our hosts

Withlocals guest
Withlocals host
Nicole Rita

Off the Beaten Track with a Local in Lisbon

Great tour guide! Very knowledgeable and friendly!

Withlocals guest
Withlocals host
Sue Kumlar

Private Nightlife & Night Market Tour

We had a fab couple of hours with Kumlar exploring the Wat Hua Lam Phong, a beautiful temple and were lucky enough to see the monks praying which was a great experience. From there we explored Pat Phong market - grabbed some bargains and finally tasted some delicious street food - I had chicken Pad Thai. Kumlar was great explaining the sights and sounds of night time Bangkok and recommending some tasty treats to round the evening off!

Withlocals guest
Withlocals host
Anita Khadija

The Real Souks Experience: Artisans & Their Crafts

We were waiting for THE guide, and because THE WiFi is bad in Marrakech we made a phonecall to THE office. We were standing for THE wrong restaurant so we starten later on THE Tour. Khadija was THE one free for this day, accualy we wanted to choose another guide for THE souks. This guide is very good in THE historie of THE town, but for us that was not really THE reason to Go to THE souks. We had sometimes difficulties to catch up With here and not enough time to really look around.
But without a guide you would Get lost in THE Souks.
Maybe for next time, walk a little bit slower

How to reach Mui-ne, Vietnam

The best way to reach Mui Ne is from Ho Chi Minh City. On average, you pay around 140.000 VND for a direct bus, and the journey takes around 7 hours. You can also decide to take the train from Ho Chi Minh City to Phan Thiet, which costs around 340.000 VND. Once inside, the most common mode of transport within Mui Ne is by motorbike. Prices for destinations along the main strip of Mui Ne are around 15.000 VND. You can also decide to take a taxi, which costs around 20.000 VND.

Imagine how amazing would it be to meet a local guide who can:

  • 100% personalize your tour
  • Pick you up from airport or your hotel
  • Do all of the planning for your trip, including making reservations and travel arrangements
  • Offer you the possibility to enjoy a home cooked meal
  • Give you insights about Vietnam historical places
  • Show you the best places to eat in Mui Ne
  • Teach you the secrets of Vietnamese cuisine
  • Show you the top attractions from a different perspective, as only a local knows
  • Give you a glimpse of Vietnamese local life
  • Introduce you to the vibrant nightlife of Mui Ne

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