Yes – if you are reasonably fit and you are keen enough to persist and learn. Like skiing, technique is a lot more important that brute strength.
If you weigh more, it just means that you need a slightly larger kite to get you moving. We have the kite boarding equipment to get you up and riding no matter what your weight.
No. Around 5 lessons should get you going with basic skills and another 5 to 10 sessions should see you flying!
Modern kites are excellent at relaunching. Our general rule is: "Don't go out further than you can swim in". Whilst it's rare that your kite won't relaunch, it can happen - just be aware.
Wear something you feel comfortable in and you know is easy to maneuver in when you’re in the water. For ladies, choosing to kite surfing, it is always good to wear a wet shirt and swim shorts as bikini’s sometimes come flying off! A swimming costume is fine for SUP.
Most people can. All our trainers are IKO certified and are highly experienced in watersports and dealing with all swimming levels, so if they feel you are not competent enough to be on a kite board, they will let you know.
We believeall watersports should be available for every one and everybody. With this in mind, our team decided to introduce women only trainers for our clients who prefer to train in a female only environment. We also suggest the burkini as a suitable option for women who wear abayas.
Our youngest student is around 8 years old. Call us for more information on programs for little people and after school programs.
No – we also offer Stand Up paddle boarding (SUP) and Wake Boarding classes.
Call us for a quote on what you are interested in buying. Your gear should last at least 3 to 5 years. If your gear gets damaged, usually it can easily be repaired. Call us for more information.