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Mui Ne - Vietnam's Wind Hotspot
Read on to find out why regular visitors returning winter after winter to kitesurf in Mui Ne- a tropical paradise!
Source kiteboarding is located at Ganh Beach, known locally as Malibu Beach. We have our base in Nam Chau Resort, and next door in Malibu Resort also.
Our beach in Mui Ne is the perfect versatile spot for all rider levels to kitesurf, depending on the time of the day. The spot is a wide, white sand beach which benefits from a steady and strong northeast wind from October to April. Easy morning conditions make learning fun, while in the afternoon and evening, the wind and waves pick up turning Malibu into a playground for intermediate and advanced riders…for twintip and strapless – our speciality!
The Winter monsoon combined with a venturi effect from the surrounding landscape and the afternoon thermal winds cause an increase the wind speed at Malibu each day during the dry season (October to April). Average wind speeds are 20-25 knots during this time, increasing to 25++ knots in the afternoons.
Read on for all the important info…
Kitesurfing in Mui Ne - a watersports playground
Downwinders are a great way to explore the coastline in the NE wind season (Oct-Apr), with the option to begin as far upwind as Turtle Island and continue downwind as far as Phan Thiet, enjoying a variety of conditions (flat and waves).
Surfing can be nice at Ganh beach (Malibu), Little Buddha, Suoi Nuoc and a couple of secret spots…all depending on the particular conditions and swell. So best to ask us first, and we can advise you!
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High season: NE Side/cross on shore from October-May. 20-30+ knots.
Lighter SW wind from June-October.
Water temps: 25+
Air temps: 28-32+
Wide, sandy beach
Food & drinks onsite
Showers & toilets
Shady chill out areas
A typical day at Source
Mornings bring the perfect beginner and improver conditions ... perfect small waves, with period between and a wide, safe beach. The time for a nice "take it easy" kitesurf session, or for a surf lesson with the kids.
By the afternoon the wind and waves usually pick up nicely, and it's the right time for intermediate riders and improvers who want to benefit from a "progression" kitesurf session.
Evening time is for the more experienced and advanced kitesurfers at Malibu. The waves and wind get bigger and stronger, and the conditions are great for a "challenge yourself" session.
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