Why kitesurf in Zanzibar?

15 January 2023 | Africa

Zanzibar is a dream destination for the kiteboarders. This tropical island off the coast of Tanzania offers a wide range ofood conditions to practice this sport thanks to its long sandy beaches, its warm waters and its constant winds.

There, the kitesurfing spots are renowned for their steady and reliable winds, particularly during the dry season from June to October. The southeast monsoon winds blow regularly at speeds of 15-25 knots, offering perfect conditions for beginners and experienced riders.
It is a ideal place to learn to kitesurf thanks to its shallow waters and fine sandy beaches. Our kitesurfing schools offer courses for all levels, from beginners to experienced riders. The instructors are qualified and experienced, they speak several languages and ensure maximum safety during the courses.
But it is also perfect for higher levels, Zanzibar offers incredible riding conditions. The kitesurfing spots the most popular include Paje, Jambiani and Kiwengwawhich offer waves and flat water for kiteboarders. The experienced riders can also explore the island's lesser-used spots for even more exciting riding sessions. All this without wetsuits because otherwise it will be too hot!

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In addition to the kitesurfingIt is a incredible holiday destination. Visitors can enjoy the local culture, delicious food, diving and snorkelling, and the island's lively nightlife. We offer several offersWe will only stay in luxury hotels to ensure maximum comfort.

In summary, Zanzibar is a ideal place for kitesurfing with its incredible riding conditions. It is also a perfect holiday destination that offers an ideal mix of sport, culture and relaxation. There is no better place to combine your passions for snow sports and the tropical holidays.



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