Kitesurf holiday packages to South Africa

Discover the deals we have for you to the different kitesurfing spots in South Africa

Chooses one of the kitesurfing trip deals we offer you to the different kitesurf spots in South Africa

You can choose a specific spot or combine as many as you like in your trip. Just let us know what you want and we’ll organise it for you.

If your spot isn't here or you want to combine different spots in your trip, tell us and we'll organise it:

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Blouberg - Lagoon Beach

This is the first spot we see coming from Cape Town.

Blouberg - Sunset Beach

This is a large beach with small sand dunes behind where the southeasterly wind blows consistently.

Blouberg - Dolphin Beach

During high season this is one of the most crowded spots due to the number of kite schools which teach here.

Blouberg - Kite Beach

This spot is just a few hundred metres downwind from Dolphin Beach.

Big Bay

A small bay with rocks on either side where regular waves form leaving perfect flat water in between them.

Haakgat

This is Cape Town’s most famous spot for waveriding.

Yzerfontein

With the right conditions, this is an awesome wave spot.

Langebaan

Langebaan is a quiant growing town beside a huge crystal clear blue lagoon which form part of the West Coast National Park.

Saldanha Bay

This spot is located north of the Langebaan Lagoon, opposite the town.

Velddrif

Velddrif, a rare spot which offers amazing flat water conditions.

Paternoster

Kitesurfing conditions here are good with a swell and the SW wind is blowing.

Scarborough & Misty Cliffs

Waves form here very neatly offering great waveriding conditions when both NW or SE winds blow.

Witsand (Waves)

Witsand is a beautiful beach surrounded by sandunes and is an amazing spot for waveriding.

Platboom Beach

This spot works perfectly with SE winds with nicely organised waves reaching up to 6 meters high.

Hermanus

Hermanus is a fishing town 127km away from Cape Town with a large lagoon and open sea spots.

Struisbaai Harbour & Main Beach

In Struisbaai offers both a flat water spot and a wave spot.

Witsand (Flat water)

This spot is the jewel of South Africa for kitesurfing.

Blouberg - Lagoon Beach

This is the first spot we see coming from Cape Town.

Blouberg - Sunset Beach

This is a large beach with small sand dunes behind where the southeasterly wind blows consistently.

Blouberg - Dolphin Beach

During high season this is one of the most crowded spots due to the number of kite schools which teach here.

Blouberg - Kite Beach

This spot is just a few hundred metres downwind from Dolphin Beach.

Big Bay

A small bay with rocks on either side where regular waves form leaving perfect flat water in between them.

Haakgat

This is Cape Town’s most famous spot for waveriding.

Yzerfontein

With the right conditions, this is an awesome wave spot.

Langebaan

Langebaan is a quiant growing town beside a huge crystal clear blue lagoon which form part of the West Coast National Park.

Saldanha Bay

This spot is located north of the Langebaan Lagoon, opposite the town.

Velddrif

Velddrif, a rare spot which offers amazing flat water conditions.

Paternoster

Kitesurfing conditions here are good with a swell and the SW wind is blowing.

Scarborough & Misty Cliffs

Waves form here very neatly offering great waveriding conditions when both NW or SE winds blow.

Witsand (Waves)

Witsand is a beautiful beach surrounded by sandunes and is an amazing spot for waveriding.

Platboom Beach

This spot works perfectly with SE winds with nicely organised waves reaching up to 6 meters high.

Hermanus

Hermanus is a fishing town 127km away from Cape Town with a large lagoon and open sea spots.

Struisbaai Harbour & Main Beach

In Struisbaai offers both a flat water spot and a wave spot.

Witsand (Flat water)

This spot is the jewel of South Africa for kitesurfing.

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