As a result of being a popular spot for kite surfing, the Mui Ne beach is lined with surfing schools that train and provide equipment to anyone who likes kite surfing. Aside from kite surfing, the beach is also famous for other water sports.
Mui Ne has one of the most favourable weather conditions for kite surfing. The best time for excursion lies between November and March, the dry season. If you are a newbie to kite surfing, to get some practice, head down to the beach in the morning.
Kite surfing schools
There are many kitesurfing schools dotting Mui Ne where you will be given a one-hour lesson for 50$ USD, after the lessons, you will be provided with kite surfing gear.
If you are a novice, the main beach is your best option, but if you are something of an expert, head down to The Cemetery, Suoi Nuoc Bay and Turtle Island for the best kite surfing experience.
Being the host for an international kite surfing competition, Mui Ne is visited by many who love the sport. To facilitate all of them, there are resorts such as Anantara Mui Ne Resort; a popular choice if you are on the lookout for a resort in Mui Ne.
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The beautiful coastal city of Mui Ne is not only famed for its golden beaches and white sand dunes, but also for the bubbling mud baths that are renowned for their health benefits. The Anantara Mui Ne Resort & Spa a premier hospitality provider among Vietnam resorts is one you should consider staying at, as it is located just approximately 12 minutes away from the city center.
Mud baths is said to have existed for thousands of years, and have been enjoyed from pre-historic cavemen and women to the modern day spa-goers not only due to the many health benefits it is said to grant but also due to the soothing and relaxing feeling it gives from immersing yourself in the thick gooey hot mud.
There is a number of mud bath centers sprawled around the Mui Ne City such as the Mui Ne Hot Mineral Mud Center. At the center you can dip into tubs and enjoy a relaxing time either by yourself or with your loved ones sipping on a glass of champagne while the warm mud relieves all your tensed-up muscles. The center has 17 mud tubs placed among lush banana gardens that are large enough for 4-5 people to take a bath at the same time. Other than mud baths the center also provides other spa facilities such as warm mineral water soaking and warm mineral water bathing under a man-made water fall.
Mud bathing has become one of the main tourist attractions of the serene city of Mui Ne over the years, as the news of its many health benefits such as its anti-inflammatory properties and the ability to make skin rejuvenated and glowing became reached across the country and around the world.
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