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Mui Ne | Vietnam

Mui Ne - Vietnam kitesurfing Kiteworld Magazine

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Mui Ne, Vietnam kitesurfing

When to go

Peak season: November – March

Avg. Air temp: 25ºC / 30ºC – 77ºF / 86ºF

Avg. Water temp: 22ºC / 25ºC – 71ºF / 77ºF

 

Useful Contacts

KITE PIRATE

Kite Pirate Vietnam

www.kite-pirate.com

gokitegosurf@gmail.com

 

SOURCE KITEBOARDING

Source Kiteboarding & Lodge

 

www.sourcekiteboarding.com

info@sourcekiteboarding.com

 

C2SKY

C2Sky - Vietnam

www.c2skykitecenter.com

info@c2skykitecenter.com

 

VKS KITEBOARDING

Vietnam Kiteboarding School

www.vietnamkiteboardingschool.com

contact@vietnamkiteboardingschool.com

 

Planet Kitesurf Holidays

PLANET KITESURF

www.planetkitesurfholidays.com

info@planettravelholidays.com

+44 (0)1273 921 001

Sportif Kitesurf Holidays

SPORTIF TRAVEL

www.sportif.travel

+44 (0)1273 844 919

info@sportif.travel

Kitesurfing Mui Ne, Vietnam

"Mui Ne has to be the go-to place if you want to experience kiteboarding in Asia. The friendly people, easy access to the ocean and often direct flights make it a top destination. The timing of their windiest season, from November to March, make it a great option to get some warm kiting during the European winter"

Lewis Crathern, King of the Air contender, coach and North pro rider

 

THE LURE

Mui Ne has two seasons, one in summer and one in winter, which result in good wind conditions for 70% of the year. Two wind directions prevail with mainly southerlies in the summer season, which runs from May to October. In the winter season, from late October to the end of March, it switches northerly with stronger and more consistent winds.

Getting to Mui Ne from the airport by private car takes four hours and costs $80 -$100. You can also get the bus from Pham Ngu Lao which takes around five hours and costs $7. The bus has specific travelling times but you can’t book in advance from abroad and there may be an extra charge of VND100,000 (£3.50 / €4 / $4.50) for a large quiver bag. There’s also a train, which takes just three hours, but it’s small and they might not always accept kite bags.

 

Alwayswindy: Mui Ne Beach, Vietnam

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