Kite Camps & Kitesurfing Vacations
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8 Day – From Bed to Board, Mini Safari in Soma Bay, Egypt
8 Days • Available all year • by Tornado Surf Center
Discover the best kite spot in the south of Hurghada while joining the Tornado‘s Floating Kite and Wing Center on the M/V Legends: Kite, Eat, Sleep, Repeat – Mini Safari at Soma Bay.
5 Day Kitesurf Holiday in Lo Stagnone, Sicily
5 Days • Available Mar - Oct • by SicilyKiteHoliday
The kitesurfing spot, the lagoon of Lo Stagnone, offers perfect conditions for beginners and advanced kite surfers to practice safely while having fun. All levels welcome!
3 Day Amazing Kite or Wing on Lake Garda in Malcesine, Italy
3 Days • Available Mar - Nov • by Kite Center Garda Lake
Here you can expect to be surrounded by nature and have easy access to the beach, ready to kite and fly anytime. Conquer the waves during the day and relax, pamper yourself at night.
8 Day Kite Safari on the Red Sea – Pro Edition
8 Days • Available Oct • by Discovery Kite
Join Discovery Kite for an extraordinary kite safari adventure with Pro edition. This kite safari is designed for advanced kitesurfers seeking intensive training, professional guidance, and the opportunity to learn new tricks
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* Prices are approximate and are subject to change and might depend on exchange rates.
Kitesurfing trips, or kiteboarding trips & camps, are vacation packages that are designed specifically for kitesurfers. These trips typically (but not necessarily) include accommodations, meals, and kitesurfing lessons or guided sessions with experienced & certified instructors. Kitesurfing trips can be a great way for beginners to learn the sport in a supportive and structured environment, as well as for experienced kitesurfers to travel to new locations and try out different spots. Some popular destinations for kitesurfing trips include the Caribbean, Brazil, and South Africa, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece, Sri Lanka, which offer warm waters, steady winds, and a variety of schools and instructors. Kitesurfing camps can be organized through specialized tour operators or kiteboarding schools and may be available at a range of price points to suit different budgets and preferences.
The ideal wind for kitesurfing is steady and strong, with speeds between 12 and 25 (30) knots. The wind that is too weak will not provide enough power to propel the kite, while wind that is too strong can be dangerous and difficult to control. In general, kitesurfers should avoid winds that are gusty or unpredictable, as these can make it difficult to maintain control of the kite. Kitesurfers should also be aware of the direction of the wind and the conditions of the water when selecting a location to kitesurf – before and during the activity.
Learning to kitesurf can be challenging, but with the right instruction and practice, most people are able to learn the basics of the sport and enjoy their first experiences on the water. Like any new physical activity, kitesurfing requires coordination and balance, as well as an understanding of the wind and weather conditions. For this reason, it is important for beginners to learn from experienced instructors who can provide guidance and support as they learn the sport. With time and practice, most people are able to progress from basic kite control and body dragging to riding on a board and eventually tackling more advanced maneuvers.
Some popular locations for learning to kitesurf include the Caribbean, Brazil, and South Africa. These locations offer warm waters, steady winds, and a variety of schools and instructors who can help beginners learn the sport. Other good locations for learning to kitesurf include Hawaii, Florida, and the Mediterranean. In general, the best location for learning to kitesurf will depend on the individual’s personal preferences and goals and majority prefer flat water to waves.
Experienced kitesurfers may want to consider locations with strong and consistent wind, as well as a variety of conditions to test their skills. A mix of strong & consistent winds, flat water, and waves. In general, the best location for experienced kitesurfers will depend on their personal preferences and the type of conditions they enjoy most or what they’d like to experience – downwind trips, scenic locations etc.