Bernard D. France

Mui Ne is a stretch of sand around a huge bay, just outside of the small town of Phan thiet, its really pretty, almost deserted, the waters are clear ..

Vanessa V. Australia

We had a lovely relaxing 10 days at Mui Ne. The weather was great (it has a micro-climate), the beach was lovely, but unfortunately the sea was not ..

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Mui Ne Flora and Fauna

Mui Ne Flora and Fauna
Binh Thuan province has perhaps the most diverse collection of ecosystems in a single province. In less than 1 hour's drive from Phan Thiet District, you can reach immense gold, red and white sand dunes, enormous red sand canyons, mangrove marshes with incredible animal life, tropical rainforests, rocky mountains, islands, coral reefs, waterfalls, rivers, caves, exotic beaches, lakes, desert landscape...
Binh Thuan Province offers amazing birdlife, reptiles, amphibians, butterflies, insects, spiders and scorpions, many bat species, primates and other mammals rarely seen but few have ever taken the time to find and observe them.

This area must be cherished and protected from pollution and over-exploitation. Be a responsible visitor. Don't litter. Support resorts and tour companies who dispose of their rubbish and waste water properly. Ask your hotel or guide about activites that support the environment - diving, hiking, bird watching. Eventually they will get the idea.

Mui Ne Flora and Fauna

At the beach itself you will not find a lot of wildlife. However, in the dunes are a variety of birds, snakes, lizards, insects, frogs and crabs. Of note are the giant milipedes and cobras! the Fairy Springs offers a glimps of wild flowers, butterflies, freshwater fish and crabs.

At the water's edge, you can watch fishermen pull in their nets full of squid, octopus, cuddle fish, jellifish, fish, crabs, and on rare occasions, sea snakes.