Phan Rang’s kitesurfing season runs between October and April, and is at its peak between December and February. During the high season, the wind typically blows 20-25 knots cross-onshore at the main kitesurfing spot, My Hoa Lagoon.
The lagoon is protected by an outer reef, so the water inside is clear and flat (apart from some very small wind chop). Outside the reef, clean little waves break on either side, making a perfect playground for any surfboard riders out there.
The lagoon is quite shallow and can be affected by the tides, so if you’d like to have some up-to-date information about how the tides will be during your visit, just shoot us a message and we’ll be happy to tell you more.
C2Sky’s instructors will be on hand at My Hoa Lagoon to take customers for lessons and courses throughout the season. While there, you’ll have access to club facilities like storage, pumps, beach boy assistance, and a comfy bean bag chillout area. Get in touch with us to book your lessons now!
THINGS TO DO
Phan Rang is a quiet, rural area in South Central Vietnam, known best for its arid climate, vineyards, and endless salt pans. The kitesurfing spot is located out in the countryside, about 20
km away from the nearest big town, where you can find all kinds of local shops, restaurants, and even a few bars.
But the real highlights of Phan Rang isn’t in the town; it is in the great outdoors. Visit the Nui Chua National Park to hike through the granite mountains, discover hidden waterfalls, and swim in freshwater springs. For the best views of the seaside landscape, book the Hidden Green tour in which C2Sky organises.If the waves are pumping, rent a board and test out your surfing skills.
After hours, head back to the lagoon (or even into town) and settle in for a relaxed barbeque and a few cold beers with the local kite community.GO FOR IT