|kitesurfing in mui ne|
Vietnam has numerous natural wonders making the country one of the most picturesque destinations in this part of Asia. The beach is home to one of Vietnam\'s most luxurious beach hotels, the Furama Resort. Danang, Marble Mountain, My Son and Hoi An can be explored by day-trips from China Beach. Kitesurfing, paddleboarding, kayaking, and surfing are other popular activities offered at Mui Ne Beach.
The dry season running from November to April sees pretty gusty and regular winds blowing over this region, until 40 knots (wind from north-east). Planet Kitesurf Holidays specialises in luxury tailor-made kitesurf holidays worldwide. You are steadily and thoroughly taught all the stages of the IKO levels with progression at the heart of what you do. You set the pace of your days, so if you want to only kite for 1.5hours in the morning and then have a break, that\'s fine.
Processing a tourist-visa application typically takes four or five working days and can be obtained in person at the Vietnamese consulate or processed via post by sending your passport into the Vietnamese embassy. There were a fair number of families and children enjoying their time together, a short break no doubt from grinding out a living at some job somewhere.
The season for kitesurfing in Mui Ne is just starting now. Unlike the children I taught at school in Tokyo, or people at large, those whom I stopped to chat with on the road were keen to ask me questions. North of the town, there are two beaches, Doc Let and Jungle Beach.
Just a few hours from Ho Chi Minh City are the beaches of Phan Thiet and Mui Ne. Ng Mui learned of this and agreed to teach Wing Chun fighting techniques so that she could protect herself. My partner and I had a fantastic experience in Mui Ne with C2Sky kitesurfing centre.
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