MUI NE TRANQUIL OCEAN AND WHITE SAND DUNES

DURATION : 06 days
GROUP SIZE : 02 (Minimum) – 14 (maximum)
Trip grading : Easy trip

6 day tour in South Vietnam   Group of 2  people

Group of 3 to 6 people

Group of 7 to 14 people
Tour Fare 999 USD
899 USD
799 USD
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Description

• Motor biking after dark to explore Saigon by night and street food tour brings you a different feeling at night time to taste different kinds of food and Walking to down town Saigon through the bustling traffic to see the most famous colonial buildings where “The Quiet American’ movie made for years
• Enjoy your time in the tunnel system where was Viet Cong Strong hold during the war time and have a chance to fire the AK 47 or M 16 arm-guns
• Explore Mekong Delta and experience the vibrant scenes and rural villages of Vietnam’s rice basket. Enjoy your home-stay with local farmers and discover the real simple life of Vietnamese Farmers. Cooking demonstration from local
• Relax on the beach and have fun with sand dune in Mui ne.

ITINERARY :
Day 1 : Welcome to South of Vietnam. The insider of Saigon’s night (D)
On arrival in Saigon, meet your tour guide and transfer to your hotel and enjoy free time until your tour briefing and biking tour at night time to see the night life of Saigon people
Saigon, the Pearl of the Far East city, used to be the Capital of South Vietnam during 1960s. After the war it renamed Ho Chi Minh, however the locals still call the city as Saigon, the city is no longer an official capital, yet it thrives as the nation largest city with over 10 million people. Saigon is a buzzing hub of culture, cuisine as well as its business.
To start off Saigon night tour and enjoy your views behind the driver and we bring you to the most excited Highlights in Saigon such as China town with hundreds of Lanterns for night decoration as you have seen many China towns in all over the world. China town used to be the best town in South East Asia, it properly competed to Maccau and Hongkong during 1960s and 1970s, during your riding we will have a chance to see the Monk monument, this is a place where he incinerated to protest against South Vietnamese Government 1963. Then we will be going through the biggest whole-sale flower market in Saigon where we have a short walk to see beautiful flowers which are mostly from Central highland. Right there we go back to Saigon down town to go through the tunnels under the water to get to peninsula to look back to the city with the high sky buildings a long Saigon river. This is the great spot to have the photo opportunity, your last stop will be the best Noodles store where we serve you beef or chicken Noodles with a very cold beer to cheer up our trip tonight.
Safety is our priority, so all clients ride behind our experienced drivers.

Day 2 : Saigon Walking tour and Cuchi tunnels, (B, L).
This morning after your breakfast, we start our trip by walking to down town a long Dong Khoi street known as Rue Cantina back to Colonial time to see very impressive colonial buildings which built by French during early 20th century, the Opera House and the hotel Continental where movie “The Quiet American made”.
We keep walking a couple of blocks of the roads we will see One of the most attractive construction in down town, Notre Dame Cathedral, built between 1877 and 1880s its Neo-Romanesque form and two 40 meter high square towers, tipped with iron spires dominate the city’s skyline, in front of the Cathedral is a statue of the virgin Mary. Right there we will have a quick look the furniture inside the church, then on the left wing of the Cathedral we will explore the City French-style General Post Office, which built by the Eiffel team who built the Eiffel tower in Paris.
After the Post Office, we have a short walk to see the Reunification Hall known as Independent Palace or Presidential Palace where used to be the head quarter of Saigon Government during the civil war. On the morning 30th of April 1975 the first communist tanks in Saigon hit the main iron gate to liberate Saigon city. Thanks to Niel Davis an Australian photographer who took that picture as the tank came through the main gate at 10.30 on that morning, and later this picture becomes very famous on the world news. After visiting the Palace we keep walking through the park of the back yard of the Palace we will go to visit the War remnant Museum known as the ‘Museum of American War Crimes’, the name has been changed so as not to offend the sensibilities of American tourists. Whatever the current name, this has become the most popular museum in Saigon with Westerners. Many of atrocities documented in the museum were well publicized in the West, but it is one thing for US anti war activists to protest against Pentagon policies and quite another for the victims of these military actions to tell their own stories. But no matter what side of the political fence you stand on, the museum is well worth a visit – if for no other reason than to get a sobering reminder that war is anything but glorious.
After visiting the Museum we hop on the bus and we have around an hour drive to the Northwest, outskirt of Saigon to Ben Dinh riverside restaurant where we have lunch. You will be served with Vietnamese typical food “spring rolls, pancakes….” After lunch it takes less then 30 minutes to get to tunnels network of Cuchi. It became legendary during 1960s for its role in facilitating Viet Cong control of a large rural area only 40 – 50 km from Saigon, the tunnel system stretched from South Vietnam to Cambodian border, in the district of Cuchi alone, there were over 250 km of tunnels. The network, parts of which were several level deep, including innumerable trap doors, specially constructed living areas, storage facilities, field hospitals, command center as well as kitchens. As visiting the tunnels we will have a chance to see documentary black and white video that made in 1960s to focus the battle between the US army and local guerrillas. The movie takes around 15 minutes before we will explore inside the tunnel to see what you have heard so far. The trip will be ended with a local food that calls Tapioca, this one used to be the main food that supplied to Viet Cong during hard time in the battle. After the tunnel visiting we drive back to Saigon, in the evening you will be free and leisure.

Day 3 : Saigon – Mytho Mekong Delta (B, L).
The land of Mekong Delta is renowned for its richness, almost half of the region’s total land area is under cultivation. The area is known as Vietnam’s ‘bread-basket’, though ‘rice-basket’ would be a more appropriate term. Mekong Delta produces enough rice to feed the entire country with sizable surplus left over. Traveling to South of Vietnam you should make this trip to see the greatest Mother water normally calls Mekong River, one of the famous river of the world, is known to the Vietnamese as Song Cuu Long, River of Nine Dragons. The Mekong originates high in the Tibetan plateau, flowing 4500 km through China between Myanmar and Laos, along the Lao-Thai border and through Cambodia, Vietnam on its way to the East Sea. At Phnom Penh, the Mekong splits into two main branches, the Hau Giang (the Lower River) and Tien Giang (the Upper River), which splits into several branches at Vinh Long and empties into the sea at six points.
This morning we drive 70 km Southwest of Saigon to Mekong Delta the biggest rice bowl of Vietnam. After an hour and thirty minute drive we get to the Mekong river dock for embarkation and spend the day exploring the longest river in the South to learn the local how they make Coconut candy in the Coconut candy workshop. Then take the sampans traveling through many palm fringed canals, Enjoy a delicious home made lunch from locally harvested produce, during your lunch we have chance to interact with local people about their daily life. After Lunch we have a boat cruising back to the main dock and return to Saigon, in the evening enjoying your last chance to have a taste of Vietnamese coffee or strolling around the bustle city before repacking up your luggage for next day journey.

Day 4 : Saigon – Phanthiet – Muine Ocean and its dunes (B).
Phanthiet, the capital of Binh Thuan Province on the southeast coast in Vietnam, it is around 200 km from Saigon on Ca Ty river. This is one of the best laid back getaways in Vietnam. The town of Phanthiet it self is a bustling little fishing port – quite picturesque and good for a couple day visit and Muine this is a popular weekend getaway from nearby Saigon and development in recent year has been rapid. Compared to Nhatrang, the density of resorts along the beaches of the city center in Phanthiet is quite low, one of the great tourist attraction of Phanthiet is Muine, and Muine actually translates to “Shelter Cape” because of ages the local fishermen used the Cape to shelter their boats from the wind. The town covers the west side of the cape, whereas many resorts are alongside the beach. Resorts in Muine is the right decision for people who like to be closed to a local community, but keep their distance from the bustling tourist strip and rather prefer a quiet beach.
Another tourist attraction is the orange sand dune, located on a hill between Muine and Hon Rom. At the entrance of Hon Rom you can explore the “Red Canyon”, a small cliff which is eroded to create a beautiful ridge, consisting of fragile red sand. The larger white sand dunes (Bau Trang) are around 23 km north of the town.

This morning after breakfast we have a drive 200 km North of Saigon to Phan Thiet. This journey may take around 3 hour drive, as soon as we get to Phan thiet we take a visit to Po Sa Inu Champa tower, one of the relic that left behind by Champa kingdom, this tower located on the hill over looks to the ocean, where the Champa people dedicated their supreme God Shiva during 9th century, later this temple would be enlarged bigger to worship their own Princess Po Sha Inu, a daughter of King Para who was most beloved from their community the during 15th century.
After visiting the tower we have a short drive to your resort where you will be free and relax until the day after tomorrow your guide and driver they will come and see you for transfer to the airport. (please inform your flight details to make sure that they will come to see you the on right time)

Day 5 : Muine Ocean and its dunes (B).
Enjoy your time in the resort

Day 6 : Muine – Saigon – airport departure (B)
After your breakfast, we have leisure time before transferring to the airport for your onward flight. With your international flight you should be at the terminal 2 hours before you flight departure time, and 3 hour and 30 minute transfer from your hotel to the airport. Thank you very much for your traveling with us, we wish you a good flight home and see you next trip.

What’s included
• 3 nights hotel accommodation (4 star hotels)
• 2 nights in the beach resort. (4star resort)
• Traveling Bell Boy and Luggage Handling.
• Boat trips in Mekong Delta.
• Airport Meet and Greet by our Guide and air-conditioned vehicles
• Entrance Fees, Taxes, All Gratuities, Except for your Leaders and Drivers.
• Return arrival and departure transfers (conditions apply)
• Meals as indicated (B = Daily Breakfast, L = 02 Lunches, D = 01 Dinner)
• Motor bike and motor bike drivers on the first day.
• Cold Water and Coffee on tour

 

Excluded

  • Meals other than those specified
  •  English-speaking Tour Leader
  • Visa fees
  • Insurance and personal expenses such as laundry, mini-bar, telephone and drinks.
  • International flight tickets.

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