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FLY IN PARADISE

WORLD  CLASS  KITESURF  DESTINATION

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THE ORIGINAL EAST AFRICAN KITEBOARDING TEAM

Zanzibar is a paradise island located on the coast of Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. It is the perfect place for a vacation getaway, famous for its crystal clear turquoise waters.  

Kiteboarding Zanzibar offers two prime locations:
Nungwi and Pwani Mchangani. 
Both locations are directly on soft, white-sand beaches,
facing the beautiful Indian Ocean. The uncrowded and spacious lagoons make from our locations a dream kitesurfing spot.

Low and high tides create ideal conditions for kiteboarders of every level: from beginners wanting to ride the flat waters to intermediate and advanced riders wanting to play with the waves near the reef. 

Kiteboarding Zanzibar takes pride in always providing their clients with the latest models of Cabrinha kites, Dakine and Neil Pryde accessories.

For the best possible learning experience all lessons are provided by professional and certified instructors following 

IKO teaching standards.

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OUR SERVICES

Kiteboarding Zanzibar offers lessons at every level.
From group lessons for complete beginners to private lessons for riders eager to improve their skills and learn new tricks.

Ktesurf gear rental is available only for independent and advanced riders.
A storage facility is also offered on site allowing you to bring and store your own equipment.

No wind? Come and paddleboard the flat waters!

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KITESURF LESSONS

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GEAR RENTAL/STORAGE

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PADDLEBOARDING

KASKAZI (NORTH) WIND SEASON

Kaskazi season blows from the north-east and north-west making our Nungwi location the best kite spot in Zanzibar with the strongest and most constant side onshore winds of the year. From late December to mid March it blows from morning to evening.

GET IN TOUCH

+255 (0) 779 720 259

Pwani Mchangani 

Nungwi

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