Mui Ne (Binh Thuan Province) in the top 11 most ideal sand-boarding destinations in the world
Update: Jul 31, 2015
(TITC) - The vast sand dunes stretching endlessly is the ideal condition to develop sand-boarding. Sand-boarding is quite similar with snowboarding and increasingly attracting tourists worldwide. Recently, the website Wonderslist (US) has announced the top 11 most ideal sand-boarding destinations in the world, of which Mui Ne Sand Dune of Viet Nam is ranked 2nd.

Belonging to Mui Ne Ward, Phan Thiet City, Binh Thuan Province, 22km to the north-east of the city centre, Mui Ne has charming beach with blue water and unique beautiful sand dune in Viet Nam.

Mui Ne Sand Dune was an old iron mine formed hundreds of years ago, spreading over an area of ​​50ha. The sand in Mui Ne has many colors such as yellow, white, gray, ivory, pink, red, black... Mui Ne Sand Dune is also known as the Flying Sand Dune because the sand dune’s shape changes every hour. This is the result of winding and eroding the thin upper sand layer. Mui Ne Sand Dune is the infinite source for many artists and professional photographers to capture stunning images of sand.

In order to develop Mui Ne tourism, Binh Thuan Province licensed to construct golf courses and resorts at the same time plan trees in the sand dune to create beautiful landscapes and contribute to reducing mobility of sand. In addition, Mui Ne also develops various types of sports tourism such as sand-boarding, motor racing, terrain car racing on sand...

The most ideal time to visit Mui Ne Sand Dune is from 5h00 to 8h00 because sand is still cool in this time.

Apart from Mui Ne, the list of the most ideal sand-boarding also consists of Duna Grande (Peru); Tattori, Chiba and Shimoda (Japan); Lucky Bay (Australia); Cerro Negro volcano active (Nicaragua); Cerro Iman, Valle de la muerte, Cerro Dragon, Medanoso, Punta de Choros (Chile); desert in Dubai (United Arab Emirates); Sossusvlei, Swakopmund and Walvis Bay (Namibia); Sandmaster (US); Hirschau (Germany); Great Sand Sea near Siwa (Egypt).

Thu Giang