Though the number one activity at Mui Ne is relaxing on the beach, the place also attracts wind- and kitesurfers when the wind is up between August and April, and Mui Ne even hosts an event in the Asian Windsurf Tour each February. There are a number of establishments that offer equipment rental; the following also give lessons in windsurfing and kitesurfing, with an hour’s instruction costing around $40 for the former, and $60 for the latter.

Jibes 90 Nguyen Dinh Chieu w windsurf-vietnam.com.
Storm Mia Resort w stormkiteboarding.com.
Xuan Uyen 78 Nguyen Dinh Chieu t 062 384 7476.

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