What is a Kite Safari??
Can you picture yourself on a Kite Safari cruising downwind for kilometres along a neverending coastline whilst discovering hidden paradises along the way which can only be accessed by sea? Then carry on reading…
These Kite Safaris involve extensive downwinds along the coast following the direction of the wind, stopping every 30 – 70 km in strategically chosen spots and spending a minimum of two nights in each place, allowing time to get to know every town or village along with its kite spots and the necessary time to recharge for the next downwind. Depending on the number of people in the group (maximum of 12 people) one or two guides will be needed in the water and a 4×4 for every 4 people as ground support to follow the kitesurfers from the shore. In this way, if any member of the group wants to stop and rest, hydrate or change material they can do so without any hassle.
Once you’ve experienced a Kite Safari, you’ll never want to kite any other way. You’ll be riding all types of conditions everyday. Travelling by wind and kite from spot to spot is without a doubt a unique and unforgettable experience. What are you waiting for?
… If you prefer not to move around so much, take a look at our offers in each spot, including trips which combine various spots →
… If you prefer not to move around so much, take a look at our offers in each spot →