- Book kitesurfing and SUP lessons.
- Rent kiteboarding equipment and SUP boards.
- Buy kites, kiteboards, accessories, and beachwear at cheap prices.
Hua Hin’s tourism has matured over time. There is plenty to do with new activities being created every year.
The current selection includes world-class golf courses, driving ranges, the Royal Palace, horseriding, waterpark and wakeboarding, a vineyard, waterfalls, the floating market, elephant village, paramotor, mountain biking, and nightlife.
Truly year-round wind and a perfect temperature for kitesurfing. We have two locations in Phuket.
From May until October, you will find us at Nai Yang beach. Just five minutes drive from the international airport. Its Great location with beautiful scenery of the national park. There is flat water lagoon working best for lessons but as the wind gets stronger we get amazing waves out at the reefs for advanced riders as well.
Pranburi is a little off the beaten track, but it’s well worth taking the time to visit. Escape the crowds and enjoy wide open beaches near to the stunning Sam Roi Yot National Park.
Non kitesurf watersport activities include SUP, sailing, windsurfing, and snorkeling. Kayaks can be hired (at a nearby national park) and diving excursions can be arranged.
This location is nothing short of paradise. Here you will find a flat-water lagoon with a water depth of 0.3m – 2.0m depending on the tides. This allows for an extremely safe and easy learning experience regardless of age, gender & physical capabilities. A swimming pool for kiteboarders!
Pattaya is Thailand’s one of the best beach resort and attracts annually about a million tourists from all over the world. Pattaya provides the high standard of resorts, hotels, restaurants, sports, entertainment and shopping facilities. At the west coast is Thailand’s most important diving center and the east coast is also a paradise for golfers and an ideal place to learn kiteboarding.
Learn to kitesurf on a paradise island Koh Samui, where our kitesurf school is open all year around! Coconut groves, white sandy beaches, and reef protected bays make Koh Samui a kitesurfing paradise. On windy days, it feels like the kitesurf spot has been sent to us from gods! Away from crowded beaches, jet-skis, boats and etc., it is simply pure bliss take kitesurfing lessons in Koh Samui.
Krabi is simply stunning and it’s the home of our newest Kiteboarding Asia center. The nightlife is quite a bit quieter than the other party islands. Krabi’s wind and temperature conditions are perfect for kitesurfing.
Hung Wua Laen is a quiet, beautiful town, with an uncrowded beach and the best wind in Thailand from November until January.
Chumphon town with its vibrant night market and easy transportation connections is just 15 km away. If you’re looking for a relaxing place with a chilled-out atmosphere, friendly people, and good wind, then this is the spot for you.