The popularity of kitesurfing is soaring all over the world and Cape Town is the sport’s favourite training ground. Wind and even more wind, cheap accommodation and entertainment for tourists, and plenty of touristy things to do makes Cape Town the place to visit for Kitesurfers of all levels. Here are five reasons why you

5 Things To Do In Cape Town (In The Water)

Thursday, 11 December 2014 by

It’s unsurprising that Cape Town has been voted the world’s best tourism spot by the British and Americans. With its wide array of attractions Cape Town is perfect for everyone. There are so many things to do in Cape Town You can sample some internationally renowned wines and cuisine, ride a cable car up one

Blowfish Restaurant

Wednesday, 12 March 2014 by

Positioned with an amazing view of Table Mountain and surrounds, Blowfish Restaurant (one of Cape Town’s best seafood and sushi restaurants) is a must for anybody who loves watersports. With windows all around the restaurant, you can enjoy the view and listen to the sound of the nearby Atlantic Ocean as you enjoy your meal. 

After a long day of massive extreme kiting, Kevin Langeree came out on top and claimed the title of Red Bull King of the Air 2014.   For the second year in a row, Cape Town played host to 24 of the world’s best kiteboarders the went head-to-head in the unique “flag-out” format the Red

A Q&A with Jesse Richman

Monday, 27 January 2014 by

Our last interview with Red Bull King of the Air riders is the winner of last year’s competition, Jesse Richman!   – What is the longest hang time you’ve ever accomplished? “I had a really awesome jump in San Francisco in 2007 where I floated in the air for 22 seconds.”   – On days

A Q&A with Aaron Hadlow

Monday, 27 January 2014 by

Our next interview with a rider from the Red Bull King of the Air is with none other than Aaron Hadlow!   – What is your favourite kite spot in Cape Town? “I enjoy kiting in the location of the Red Bull King of the Air the most. Big Bay is not only ideal for

A Q&A with Kevin Langeree

Wednesday, 22 January 2014 by

We got an awesome Q&A with some of the top 12 riders from last year’s Red Bull King of the Year! Our first one was with Kevin Langeree.   -What is your favourite kite spot in Cape Town? “There are a lot of great spots around. For jumping big and freestyle, Big Bay is the

The New York Times has selected Cape Town as the Number One destination in a list of “52 Places to Go in 2014″! And most Capetonians would undoubtedly agree!    The New York Times said that by November 2013 they already had a “strong sense that Cape Town would be our No. 1 destination, but the

SAKA’s Successful 2013

Wednesday, 11 December 2013 by

SAKA has been extremely busy this year, and the future of kitesurfing in Cape Town is looking brighter by the minute.   cialis In the past year SAKA has secured 3rd part liability insurance for its members. This means that they have managed to get insurance cover for all SAKA approved competitions through the events

Seli 1 Wreck: Oh buoy! We’re excited!

Friday, 15 November 2013 by

The MV Seli 1 was a Turkish bulk carier that was driven aground off Bloubergstrand near Table Bay by strong winds on 8 September 2009. Not only was it a bit of an eye-sore, but we were worried about how it would affect the surf and our beautiful beach! The Istanbul-operated ship was

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Red Bull King of the Air 2014

Tuesday, 08 October 2013 by

Red Bull King of the Air 2014 – in Cape Town Once Again Background Held in 1999, the first Red Bull King of the Air event was a huge stepping stone for kitesurfing, a sport that was then still in its infancy. As the sport gained worldwide popularity, the event became a platform for some

Introduction Blog For Kite Beach

Friday, 20 September 2013 by

The extreme conditions is only part of the allure of Cape Town and it’s surrounds…where else in the world can one drive only 1 hour to taste some wine, see some of Africa’s most popular wildlife, eat 5-star food, check out beautiful scenery and have a braai with friends at the end of a hard

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Our Little Secret: Gems Along the West Coast

Thursday, 19 September 2013 by

With ‘The Season’ about to start, it’s nice to know that there are some things that will always remain ‘our little secret’. We all love a secret. We love knowing what someone else doesn’t know – it gives a kind of elevation, a sense of excitement and daring. Thankfully, there are still many secrets in

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South African Kitesurfing Association Tour

Tuesday, 17 September 2013 by

Whoah! Awesome tour from SAKA – this looks to be an awesome event.

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