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Kitesurfing Safari to Phan Rang


Phan Rang (Tháp_Chàm)

Phan Rang-Tháp Chàm, also called Panduranga, is a new city in Vietnam and the capital of Ninh Thuận Province. The community has a population of 161,000 (2004), of which 91,000 (2004) live in the main city.

Phan Rang-Tháp Chàm is located at the junction of National Routes 1A and 27; the former connects the town to Hanoi towards the north and Ho Chi Minh City to the southwest, while the latter crosses into the Central Highlands towards Buôn Ma Thuột.[citation needed]

The city is connected to the North–South Railway at Tháp Chàm Railway Station; express passenger trains (SE1/2, SE5/6) stop regularly at the station.[1] The station once served as a terminus for the Đà Lạt–Tháp Chàm Railway, a rack railway which opened in 1932.

A trip to Phan Rang is without a doubt worth a visit! Geographically it is a kiting gold mine, with two reefs separated by a deep bay, offering left and right reef-breaks as well as a safe beach-break. The reefs are tidal but you can still kite in the deep bay at low tide where there is flat water to improve your skills.

Level of Riding: Intermediate/Experienced

Conditions: Waves – Reef Break | Wind – Cross Onshore.

“Phi’s Kiteboard Tours” run frequent tours from Mui Ne to an epic spot that has everything – close to the city of Phan Rang, about 3 hours drive north from Mui Ne. Protected reefs with butter-flat water, massive waves on the outside, with super reliable wind – often 25-30 knots or even more.


The tour is open to beginners as well as more experienced kiters – but pack your small kites, you’ll probably need them. Phi runs a fantastic tour, including bus transportation for you and your gear, and hotel costs.


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