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Mui Ne Beach

How to get there  

High Season

November to May

Winds during this period are cross on shore North Easterly and range from 12 to 30+ knots each day. Downwinders (12km) to Phan Thiet are a must for the intermediate to advanced rider looking for a bit of adventure.

High Season can be a busy time with many beginners and school lessons in the bay. For the experienced rider there's some much coast line to discover as well those secret spots. Downwinder and tours up the coast are must for those epic days. 80-90% chance of wind for the average week

 
Conditions:

Waves, Chop, Beach Break, 20 Knots Average winds, Can get gusty in the late afternoon.

Kite Sizes:

Bring everything. Small kites are the go with 5,7,9m's out daily 11m 12m are an average but still bring a big kite if you’re a heavy rider.


Low Season

June to October

Low Season here in Mui Ne can be a magical time when the massing crowds dwindle down to a steady trickle and Mui Ne returns to it's quite fishing village roots. With a combination of super-hot days coupled with a daily storm shower for a few hours in the late afternoon. Winds can be diverse during this period with light thermals of 8 -12 knots through to storm fronts bringing in those 20 knot howlers. The wind direction during this period June - October is South Westerly with ground swell generated from Typhoons of the Phillipines it's definately the best time for surfing the cleaner waves. Downwinders across the bay (8km) for some of the best onshore waveriding Mui Ne has to offer at this time of year.

 
Conditions:

Storm Fronts, Cleaner Waves, Less Chop, Thermals 12 Knots Average winds, Great for teaching with 2-4hrs wind per day.

Kite Sizes:

Definitely bigger kites 9m 12m 15m