Slide sand dunes

Sand Dunes in Phan Thiet are very famous not only with domestic tourists but also foreign tourist. And on the sand dunes, the most exciting thing to do is taking a sand dune slide.  

With this activity, among many things to do in Phan Thiet – Mui Ne suggested above, children will feel like Lawrence of Arabia climbing up steep dunes. The Red Sand Dunes in Mui Ne attract a large number of curious tourists who want to experience this unique phenomenon of the nature. You should opt for suitable shoes to make your steep climb to the goal much easier.

 

The scene when viewing from the summit is really great because the sand waves roll along like silk salt in the wind. In this moment, you will almost regret all footprints that you have left. The winds changing consistently warrant that every visit is not like any other. Thus, take it slow on your own way down to enjoy your current experience.

You just need to pay for a board to slide down with the price about 10,000vnd per hour from the local people. They will support you in choosing starting point, creating the sliding way and pushing you down. 

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