In case you want to escape the rather cold northern european easter for an Easter kitesurfing trip we have some destinations for you in this blog, where you will find two important ingredients for every kite surfer; wind and sun. So instead of looking for easter treats in the slushy snow, give yourself some time in the sun with your kite!
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The best KiteWorldWide Destinations for Easter:
How does an easter trip to the Kite world wides biggest shallow lagoon sound to you? Dakhla is the perfect destination for endless kite sessions. Thanks to the great wind conditions and all the space on the water, beginners, freestyler and wavekiters can spend all day long on the water. No worries, if you need a break in between you can always relax at our hammam and enjoy Moroccan traditional treatments.
Whether it is your goal to get into the wave riding game this year or you already master waves like a champion – the Cape Verdien Islands will definitely delight you! On the Island of Sal we are working together nobody less than THE wave kiter, Mitu Monteiro. Together with his buddy Djo he is running the local surf school at the kite beach of Sal. For those of you, who want to start riding waves slowly, the Kite Beach is the main spot. For whomever feels comfortable already and has some experience in riding waves, Sal offers plenty more spots around the island. First and foremost the famous waves of Ponta Preta – the home spot of the wave champion Mitu. Our Kite House welcomes you with colourful rooms and charming details throughout the entire house.
If Europe is not an option for an Easter escape, of course we have some destinations a little bit further away. First of all the Seahorse Bay Egypt. With its vibrant turquoise water and dream like constant wind, the sea horse bay is the kite surf spot for all beginners, advanced and intermediate kite surfers. Flat – water all over the place! There is even so much space, that we were able to set up two areas for beginners while all the advanced Kite surfers will still find enough space for their ride. After your sessions you can kick back and relax in our comfy KiteWorldWide Villa that we are running together with Ibi & Friends.
Sometimes we just want to get away. If you don´t want to spend all easter in the plane, Sicily would be a great destination for you. The destination in ‘bella Italia’ is only 3h away and has a lot to offer. Your accommodation will be right next to the spot, so you can watch the other kite surfers from your balcony, while you are having breakfast. Instead of the traditional easter walk, you can kitesurf on the giant lagoon for kilometers. And if you feel like taking a break, you should visit historical temples and museums in Mazia.
Tunisia: Easter Kitesurfing on Djerba
Djerba is the perfect kitesurf destination for beginners and intermediates, as the vast lagoon will offer plenty of space to practice. Djerba is also ideally suited for family trips; our KiteWorldWide Kite Village features spacious family apartments, as well as a pool for kids to play around and swim in. There are also a variety of other fun activities on this island. But of course, kitesurfing is still the #1 focus. Our massive lagoon on Djerba is quite shallow and stays warm all year – you might want to bring a wetsuit just in case but chances are, you won’t need it. After a successful session, you can kick back at the village, enjoy a good dinner and look back on the day with the other guests while having a cold beer.
This dream of Arabian nights welcomes you around Easter with mild weather around 20 degrees and nice waves. The bay of Essaouira is roughly 4 km long and framed by a beautiful white sandy beach. The wind is constantly blowing from the right during April providing stable side-shore conditions. Beginners will find a safe area with waist deep water to dare their first steps on the board while advanced kite surfers can enjoy the waves rolling in. The long flat areas in the between the sets are perfect for trying to go strapless on a wave board for the first time. Our accommodation is a typical moroccan house called a “Riad“. They are rather plain on the outside, but when you step in, they open up to beautiful patios and rooftop terraces.
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