Located on the coast of South Central Vietnam, Mui Ne has long been considered the "Hawaii "of Vietnam. Featuring sweeping sand dunes and beautiful rows of palm trees. The beaches are shallow and sloped, the water is clean and blue and the sun rarely hides behind clouds. Vietnam’s Mui Ne Bay is fast becoming South-East Asia’s Mecca for kiteboarding. Extreme Sports Café has teamed up with a Windsurfing & Kite surfing School in Mui Ne Vietnam and now offers Wind surfing & kite surfing lessons in the beautiful Bay of Mui Ne in Vietnam.
Mui Ne Bay offers good wind conditions; it has Asia’s strongest and most consistent cross-onshore winds and the lowest rainfall in Vietnam. (About 30 days in the year) Vietnam has two wind seasons, The North East monsoon and the Southwest season.
- The North East monsoon season starts around November and runs until April. The windiest months are December through February. The wind is a consistent 20-25 knots, with some days up to 40knots. As the wind increases so do the waves. There is a one-meter beach break to practice your surfing skills.
- The Southwest summer wind blows from May to October and has consistent winds of 12-18 knots, with some days going up to 25knots. During the summer months there is also ground swell of up to two meters.
Extreme Sports Café’s partner Vietnam Windsurfing & Kite surfing School’s lessons take place in the Bay of Mui Ne, only 200 km northeast of Ho Chi Minh City. (Saigon) Located in the Binh Thuan Province and commonly referred to as Mui Ne Bay, it is also known as Bay of Phan Thiet. Phan Thiet is the provincial capital. Windsurfing Course in Mui Ne near Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam from Extreme Sports Cafe
Extreme Sports Café’s partner Vietnam Windsurfing & Kite surfing School’s lessons take place in the Bay of Mui Ne, only 200 km northeast of Ho Chi Minh City. (Saigon) Located in the Binh Thuan Province and commonly referred to as Mui Ne Bay, it is also known as Bay of Phan Thiet. Phan Thiet is the provincial capital.
Windsurfing Course in Mui Ne near Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam from Extreme Sports Cafe
Mui Ne Bay boasts 16 km of unspoiled coastline. It is one of the most exotic locations for water-sports as it indulges both the high-end feel with a true sailors paradise. The consistent wind, food and local flare will make you want this wind surfing vacation to last forever. For the more experienced wind surfing equipment hire. There is a wide selection of wind surfing equipment rental from Naish (boards & sails) and Neilpryde. (sails)
- Board Sizes: 160L,130L,125L 120L 114L,100L 98L, 96L, 85L,75L.
- Sail sizes: 7.6m, 7.3m, 6.5m, 6.0m, 5.7m, 5.5m, 5.2m, 5m, 4.7m, 4.5m, 4.2m, 4m.
Getting There - Windsurfing Mui Ne Vietnam
The best way to get to Mui Ne beach is to fly to Saigon. (Ho Chi Minh City) From Saigon Airport or Downtown, it takes roughly 3 to 4 hours by bus or Taxi. Once you arrive at Saigon airport (Tan Son Nhat) you have two options:
- Luxury & Comfort - Pre arranged pick up at the airport, 4hours drive, 200km to Mui Ne beach. If you are a group with lots of gear and not much time then this is the option for you.
- Budget Traveller - Take a taxi from a Taxi company inside the airport terminal (better service & cheaper) Go to De Tham Street at District 1. (the main hangout for tourists) Then go to Sinh Cafe tour located on De Tham street and buy a bus ticket approx $5/$6US (www.sinhcafe.com) Departure 7;30am & 8pm. ( Buses do leave on time so make sure you get there early or a least 15min before departure time) The bus is clean with AC and takes around 4-5Hrs to get to Mui ne Beach.