This was one of the most fun tours we went on in Vietnam!!!! STRONGLY recommend!!!!! Our driver (spoke no English) picked us up from our hotel in district 1 in a luxury van at 1am and delivered us to the tour agency in Mui Ne, about 3 hours away. Once we got to the agency, we were greeted by our tour guide, Lee, and another driver in a small jeep which took us an additional 45 minutes to the white sand dunes. Lee spoke wonderful English and was a skilled photographer which was incredible to have during the tour! Once we got there it was a little confusing but we finally understood that everyone got taken up the sand dunes by ATV to watch the sunrise. If you wanted to do an ATV ride AFTER the sunrise, you could pay an additional fee for 20 minutes of insane fun at that time! If you elected to be the driver and ride solo (with a guide, which was necessary due to the extreme nature of the sand dune trails) cost was 800,000 dong (~$35pp) but if you wanted to ride double (with a guide) and drive it was 600,000 dong for 2 people (~$25 for 2 people) and if you wanted to just be a passenger and not drive, I believe, it was 300,000 dong. You paid at the beginning, then got whisked away to the top of the dunes to watch the sunrise which was absolutely spectacular!!!!! Hope you get there early though because there are TONS of people in the same area all wanting to take pics!!!! Makes it difficult to get a good spot if you are the last to arrive. Once the sunrise is complete, you do your ATV experience (if you chose to pay the additional fee) and I have to tell you it was AMAZING!!!!!! So fun, so fast, so much sand!!!! TOTALLY worth the money! After the ATV and sunrise, we got in the van again and were taken to Red Sand Dunes which were fine and cool to see but it was basically a small, red version of what we had just seen. After the Red Sand Dunes we went to the fishing market, which, I have to say, was honestly one of the coolest things I’ve seen!!!! Lee explained about the use of the round boats instead of “regular” ones and we were privy to the Vietnamese way of life regarding how the fish they catch are sorted, transported, and sold. It was incredible and so humbling to see how hard everyone was working for very little money. After this fascinating experience, we were taken to our final destination - the Fairy Garden. It was a neat little canyon with a stream running through it. The water was cool and felt amazing on our bare feet with serene beauty on either side. Some of the pictures online makes it appear as though there are several colors on the canyon sides when it is really only red and beige colored. It’s a good experience and I’m glad we did it but it was also underwhelming based on the pictures online. Overall, I strongly recommend this tour! You get to see a side of Vietnam few people do AND all the experiences are fun! Plus, we were back at our hotel in Ho Chi Minh by 1pm, leaving us almost a full day to do other activities! Lee was wonderful so ask for him if you’re able!