Kitesurfing in Vietnam is worth writing home about The wind is strong, the weather is warm, and the beer is cheap. …and did we mention the length of the coastline? (it’s 3,444 km, FYI). By all accounts, kiteboarding in Vietnam is awesome. Season for kitesurfing in Vietnam The wind blows Read more…
Having been shrouded in misconception for so long, travelers who hop the fence into Vietnam often share the same initial reaction: “It’s nothing like I thought it would be”.
Little does the world know of the country’s tropical beaches and surf-washed shores, the thousands of unexplored islands dotting the eastern coastline, the misty mountains that run along the Chinese border, or the enchanting silence of the southern delta.
It’s an extreme nomad’s dream, each cranny and crevice offering something different to the last. Whether it’s kitesurfing in Mui Ne, canyoning in Dalat, rock climbing in Cat Ba, or road trippin’ Ha Giang, there is one thing in common: Vietnam is a country full of beautiful surprises.
Tempted by other traveler’s stories but still not sure if it’s for you? Read up on all the reasons why Vietnam should be on your bucket list.