One of Mui Ne's pride is the fairy stream located in Ham Tien.  

This two kilometer river stream runs through rock boulders, bamboos and the the famous reddish dunes. 

Because of its amazing rock formations, they sometime calls this as the miniature grand canyon.

Finding the stream is so easy ,it is beside a fish sauce factory. Most hotels, if you are billeted ,  offer free ride to the area. From the main road there is a huge signage of the Fairy Stream.  Just  follow the narrow path. You won't get lost because there is only one entrance and exit going down the stream . You know you are on the right spot when you see the signage for shoe keeping for a small fee. (pic 6244,  6133, 6231)

The water is very shallow with the deepest part at 1 meter.  Along the way you will encounter local children offering to accompany you until the end of the stream. They will also guide you and lead you further from the stream's deepest part. But be prepared to give them tip after.  
 At the end of the stream is a small water falls. There are two ways to get there I call it  Up and Down: Down, continue walking through the stream until you reach the falls . Up,  follow the children and they will lead you to out of the stream  pass through some    houses and   in between plants and  coconut trees. This  is just above the stream though.
 We took the "out of the way"  route and this is what we saw: 

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