Tanzania kitesurf trips:


From complete beginners to advanced riders looking to improve their kiting and explore new spots

The Trip

In today’s world finding true adventure is becoming rarer and rarer.

When we found the beaches of Northern Tanzania we knew we’d found something special – a collection of world class kite spots in the African wilderness untouched by kitesurfers.  

This is a place where we had to have meetings with local chiefs to get permission to kite their beaches, where 100 year old ngalawa dhows are the only other craft in the water… where every day we find something brand new.

This is where we’re running our trips, to a beautiful retreat called Peponis on Tanzania’s Pangani coast.

Read on for more information on our Tanzania kitesurf trip, what we’re doing and how to get involved!



Tanzania Kitesurf Packages

We have three different options on our Tanzania kitesurf trip that should suit everyone from the guys and girls dipping their toe in kitesurfing for the first time ever, to the advanced rider who wants to improve their skills and learn new tricks.

Every trip includes:

  • Full board: Breakfast, lunch and dinner Swahili style
  • Shared accommodation, but there are options to upgrade to private accomm
  • Transport to and from the airport
  • Yoga every morning
  • Paddleboards whenever you want them
  • Kiting trips to a desert island
  • Huge downwinders for the advanced riders
  • Bonfires every night
  • Evening cruises on our boat (Pepi) out to sea and up the river
  • Annnnnd, of course, serious craic.

We never have any hidden costs or nasty surprises… guaranteed.Sooooo – what package you select depends on what level of kiting you’re at and whether you have your own equipment.

This year we’ve made sure to have more instructors to ensure that while the beginners are learning we’ll have clinics going for the advanced kiters to learn tricks and other skills.

Read on to find out what which package is for you!



Per Person

This is for those who are fully independant kitesurfers with their own equipment All they need is a little bit of help with new tricks.

This Includes:

– Clinics on new tricks and general kite tips (emergency pack down, kite trimming, riding strapless etc)

– Somebody constantly keeping an eye on you and the comfort of a rescue boat when we’re in deep water



Per Person

This is for everyone from complete first-timers all the way up to people ready to get up on the board.

This Includes:

– At least three hours of kitesurfing lessons from a qualified instructor every day for 7 days, and a further two days of equipment rental

– Somebody constantly keeping an eye on you and the comfort of a rescue boat when we’re in deep water

Book Your Tanzania Kitesurf Trip

So you’re coming on our Tanzania kitesurf trip, great decision! We’re delighted to have you on board.

The next step is pretty straight forward: Just click on the trip that suits your schedule and follow the payment channel to leave us a €200 deposit – this way we can start planning with you in mind.

After that we’ll send you out an email confirming your place on the trip and to recommend what flights to take.

We need everyone to be in Dar Es Salaam airport a few hours before the bus is scheduled to leave, but we can decide on the bus time once we see how everyone’s flights are working out.

Annnnd – of course we can discuss everything in more detail via email or on the phone leading up to the trip.

Some people also choose to stick around for a while afterwards to explore the country and maybe fit in a safari so the bus back isn’t mandatory, and we’ll be more than happy to help you make plans.

So check out the dates and we’ll see you in the wilds of Africa!   




We will be running one Tanzania kitesurf trip in 2020 on
3rd – 15th January



We believe it’s important for our kitesurfing trips to Tanzania to have a positive impact on the local community. Our aim is to initiate projects that will benefit the local Tanzanians and allow their society to share the opportunities tourism brings.

We’ve already set up two community projects last season – we managed to build a new classroom for the Primary School in Kigombe and we renovated a wing of the medical dispensary in a town called Morongo.