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Re: Is Vietnam a learning spot?

Postby mark van haze » Thu Feb 03, 2011 7:58 am

We have been traveling a bit to see different spots around Mui Ne. This one is called Phan Rang and is approx. 4 hrs north of Mui Ne. Id say that does qualify as a good learning spot but be prepared for small kites.


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Re: Is Vietnam a learning spot?

Postby aircatcher » Thu Feb 03, 2011 6:20 pm

That answered the question of this post,Vietnam is more like tropical kiteboard expedition with abundant of winds and undiscovered kite beaches.You just have to be there to discover it.

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Re: Is Vietnam a learning spot?

Postby mark van haze » Mon Feb 07, 2011 3:35 am

Only 45 minutes north from Mui Ne we discovered a beautiful kite spot right in between the mainland and a small island called Turtle Island (or also Lao Island).
A sandbar in between the island and the coast makes this a flatwater spot with some very sweet waves. So I strapped on the Gopro on my helmet and made this little video.



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