Vietnam’s peak kitesurfing season runs between October and April, peaking between November and February. During this time you can expect an average of 18-23 knots of cross onshore wind, sometimes stronger when the northeast monsoon peaks. It’s also possible to kitesurf in Mui Ne during the summer season during the southwest monsoon, but wind during this time is less reliable and consistent.
Mui Ne Bay, though traditionally a fishing town, has plenty of space to enjoy kitesurfing in a spacious, obstacle-free area. During the high season, the wind swell creates choppy water with some fun waves to boost off and play around with a surfboard. Early in the morning when the wind is lighter, conditions are ideal for foil boarding.
C2Sky is located on the southerly end of Mui Ne’s main kitesurfing beach, where we enjoy some of the most spacious sandy beach area of any kite school in town. Directly in front of our club, we have a long stretch of shoreline where our customers can enter and exit the water. Our kite center is kitted out with storage rooms, showers, WiFi, a shaded chill-out area, and tons of comfy bean bags.
THINGS TO DO
Whether you’re a solo traveler looking for some fun or a family searching for some kid-friendly activities, there are plenty of cool things for you and your crew to do in Mui Ne (apart from enjoying the awesome kitesurfing!).
Start your day with a piping hot bowl of pho from our favourite restaurant in town, Choi Oi. Then, you could head north along the coastline to explore Mui Ne’s traditional fishing village, wander around the iconic white sand dunes, or take part in an authentic Vietnamese cooking class or go for our day trip on the Hidden Green Tour.
Take a jeep tour through the countryside and discover the magical fairy stream, and stop off at the local wet market for some fresh dragon fruit on your way.
Borrow some of our stand-up paddle boards and head off to explore the coastline, and have fun paddling through the traditional fishing boats moored in the bay. For on-land exploration, rent a bicycle from the local shop and set off on a two-wheeled adventure through the tiny back roads.
Once you’re all tired out, settle down for a laid-back evening of fresh seafood barbeque and drinks with your new kite friends.BOOK NOW