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Kiteboarding holidays in Egypt

Make the Most of Your Kitesurfing Holiday in Egypt

Things to know before you go:

 

Best time to kitesurf in Egypt: The is wind the whole year in Egypt though it is most consistent over the summer months (April-October)

 

Average water temperature: The water temperature vary between 20 degrees C in the winter time up to 29 degrees C in the summertime.

 

Wetsuit recommendation: It is recommended to wear long wetsuits in the winter (December through to April), short wetsuits in Spring and Autumn (May and June/September and October) and a bikini or board shorts and lycra in the summertime (July and August).

 

Wind type: Wind speed vary throughout the year. 3 kite sizes are recommended for getting the best out of your trip.

 

Water conditions: Egypt is filled with amazing flat water lagoons and some small waves.

 

Top tips for beginners: Egypt is an amazing destination for beginners filled with shallow and flat water lagoons. Including Soma Bay, El Gouda, Safaga, Wadi Lahami, Dahab and Blue Lagoon.

 

 

What kind of holiday suits me best?

 

When it comes to vacationing, everyone is different! Some people want to kick back and relax and others want a full on, non-stop adventure. Some people like to have their whole trip planned for them, while others like to go with the flow. Egypt is a beautiful country with warm weather and plenty of activities to enjoy and places to explore with a possible vacation for anyone to enjoy.

 

 

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I don’t like planning…

 

If you don’t enjoy planning and want to enjoy a hassle and stress free trip with all planning done (including accommodation, transfers, gear rental, etc), a kite camp is for you! Join in on a week long kite camp perfect for solo travellers, couples and groups. Explore Egypt from the eyes of a local and spend your days on the water learning to kitesurf or progressing your skills with a professional instructor.

 

Kite cruises are also a popular vacation style for those who are no into planning and Egypt is the perfect destination. Hop on board a motor or sailing yacht and travel from spot to spot guided by your on-board captain. Enjoy amazing kiting in uncrowded spots, downwinders and beautiful sailing through the Red Sea and Hurghada area.

 

Kite cruise holiday in Egypt

Exploring amazing kite spots in the Red Sea

 

 

I like to go with the flow…

 

If you are not into pre-planned trips, opt for private accommodation. You are free to kite all day, relax all day or head out to explore Ancient Egyptian culture. The days are yours to spend as you choose and you can create the perfect kiteboarding holiday in Egypt for yourself. Enjoy and explore different areas of the country. You can find amazing beachfront accommodations in Dahab, Blue Lagon, Wadi Lahami, El Gouda, Soma Bay, Safaga and around the Hurghada area all with kiting at your doorstep.

 

 

Other Activities

 

Never fear if there is a no wind day (which is rare in Egypt). Set out on an adventure and explore the desert mountains or head to Luxor, an ancient Egyptian town rich in history and the site of extraordinary temples and pharaoh tombs.

 

Go snorkeling, stand up paddle boarding, join an ATV excursion into the desert or practice your freestyle skills in El Gouda’s cable park.

 

Make the most of your kitesurfing holiday in Egypt and choose a vacation that best suits your lifestyle. Join an action pack kite camp, explore the amazing kite spots of the Red Sea on a kite cruise or create your own adventure.

 

 

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