Jambiani/ Paje – Kitesurf in paradise
+ Giant lagoon, sheltered by the reef, with turquoise blue water right
+ Red Monkey Lodge right at the spot
+ Kite center at the lodge with latest gear
+ Winter and Summer destination
+ Exclusively at KiteWorldWide
+ Season: June – September and December – March
The beautiful island of Zanzibar is located in the Indian Ocean. It is famous for its beautiful beaches with crystal-clear, turquoise water. Our spot has shallow water and is therefore also perfect for beginners. Because of the two different seasons you can either surf under the sun in the summer or check out this spot in the winter when it’s cold and dark back home.
We found the perfect spot and accommodation for your kitesurf holiday at Zanzibars east coast in Jambiani. The lodges are directly in front of your kitesurf spot and exclusive for KiteWorldWide guests. It is on a beautiful private beach with a close-by mangrove forest.
The Red Monkey Lodge is completely renovated and contains of nine rooms which are small bungalows with palm roofs. Coral Rock Hotel is situated at the other side of the bay, and is priced higher with even more comfort and a stunning sea-facing pool.
The kitespot is directly in front of the lodge. Because of a 2km long sandbank we have a huge lagoon with shallow water for instructions and trainings but also for freestyler and advanced riders.
Since June 2012, there is a KiteWorldWide owned, VDWS licensed kitesurf school on Zanzibar, Jambiani, with multilingual instructors and new gear from CORE Kiteboarding.
The kite seasons are from June till September and from December till March. The wind direction is always sideshore.
This small, amazing island in front of the east coast of Tanzania does not only have beautiful beaches and coasts but also beautiful dive sites and lots of alternatives activities to do.
Zanzibar is also famous for its huge variety of spices which gave Zanzibar the nickname: “Spice island”.
The beautiful historic centre of Zanzibars capital, Stone Town is also worth a visit. Freddy Mercurys home town is affected by small alleys and coral-stone made colonial houses. You will also find some small bars and shops.