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Windsurfing holidays in Vietnam will lead you to contemplate sweeping sand dunes and beautiful rows of palm trees; the beaches are shallow and sloped, the water is clean and blue and the sun rarely hides behind clouds. Vietnam is a premier windsurfing destination. It offers you the opportunity of visiting astounding landscapes and historic buildings, the Citadel of Hue, the Halong Bay, the Royal Tombs, the Perfume River… Vietnam, with its beautiful sandy beaches, benefits from a climate so unique; it has warm seas, good winds and sunshine through out the whole year. This unique weather makes Vietnam a perfect place to discover windsurfing.

Vietnam culture is a complex mix of Chinese, Japanese, French and American influences, reflecting in everything from their architecture to their cuisine. Vietnam's coastline stretches for 3,444 kilometres and the country is also home to the longest and largest caves in the world.

In Vietnam, recreation choices in terms of water sports span an extensive gamut. Windsurfing in Vietnam is just one of the many choices and favored by many who wish to spend a few quiet moments amidst the winds and the waters. Kitesurfing, paddleboarding, kayaking, and surfing are other popular activities offered at Mui Ne Beach. Other activities include overland visits to historical and cultural heritage sites. A valid passport and a visa are required of all foreigners visiting Vietnam. Visas are issued by Vietnamese embassies and consulates. Arranging a visa remains essential before arrival in Vietnam, but these are easy to obtain from embassies worldwide or through Vietnamese travel agents in advance. Tourist visas are valid for a single 30-day stay. Processing a tourist-visa application typically takes four or five working days and can be obtained in person at the Vietnamese consulate or processed via post by sending your passport into the Vietnamese embassy. The only vaccine required by international regulations is yellow fever. Proof of vaccination will only be required if you have visited a country in the yellow-fever zone within the six days prior to entering Vietnam. If you are travelling to Vietnam from Africa or South America you should check to see if you require proof of vaccination. 13 hours from London or Manchester with one stop. 4 hours by road from Ho Chi Minh or approximately 5 hours from Nha Trang or Da Lat.

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Windsurfing is one of the most popular of the water sports in Vietnam and enjoys a loyal fan following amongst both the locals and the tourists looking for some rejuvenating options for recreation in Vietnam.

In Vietnam, winds simply howl at Mui Ne Bay, situated near Phan Thiet. This is one of the windiest places in Vietnam and you can enjoy excellent windsurfing almost any time of the year. The temperatures are quite constant in these parts so you will be warm and comfortable throughout the year.
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