Normal kite conditions? Flat water or some good waves with moderate wind on 10m kite?aircatcher wrote:What more can you ask for?
Last season we had 7 months of good winds with not too much shorebreak. Gets busy though December/January time. Shorebreaks can come in typhoon season wich is the months October to beginning of January but not all the time..Philippino wrote:Hello!
If you are looking for good nightlife it would better to go to Boracay. Boracay White beach boasts of it's numerous bars, restaurants, girls, etc. The prices are higher than in MuiNe. Descent accomodation starts from 900 peso (20USD) per day, monthly price for apartments are from
15000 peso. The wind is constant in winter around 15-20 knots cross-onshore. Water is flat, shallow. The most popular sizes are 8-12m. The disadvantages are small lagoon (2km*0,5km), which is overcrowded (especially during Chrismas and New Year holidays), sea urgins, tides. Sometimes at low tide there is no water at all, at high tide you could have prisoblems with launching-landings because of palmtrees and narrow starting area.
Another option is Bagasbas (Daet) but there is no night life at all.
MuiNe is cheaper, but wind is not reliable. I was there 2 years ago and it was only 2 windy days of
7 days in January. MuiNe has 7 km long beach. So there are a lot of space but the main problem
is waves. Howerever it depends what you are looking for. This place is not for beginners because of shorebreak and deep water. Also Vietnamese people are unfriendly and don't speak English.
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