Solo Kitesurf Holidays


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Kitesurf Lessons / Guide available on site
Suitable for: Beg/Int/Adv
Kitesurf Lessons / Guide available on site
Suitable for: Beg/Int/Adv
Kitesurf Lessons / Guide available on site
Suitable for: Beg/Int/Adv
Kitesurf Lessons / Guide available on site
Suitable for: Beg/Int/Adv
Kitesurf Lessons / Guide available on site
Suitable for: Beg/Int/Adv
Kitesurf Lessons / Guide available on site
Suitable for: Beg/Int/Adv
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Suitable for: Beg/Int/Adv
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Suitable for: Beg/Int/Adv

Escape for a week & kitesurf in the sun


It's normal to be a bit apprehensive about whether you?ll enjoy going on a holiday solo, so one of the best solo holiday options is to combine travelling with learning to kitesurf or improve your kitesurfing.

If you have everything booked in advance then you know that when you get there you will be ready to go and will meet likeminded people to enjoy time on the water with, and to relax with in the evening.

Solo Kitesurf Trips - Kitesurf by day in the sun. Enjoy hanging out at night

Solo kitesurf holiday accommodation can range from kite camps on the beach to staying in cities or towns. We have everything from luxury surf camps with pools through to options for tighter budgets. Each kitesurf camp has its own unique elements but generally a solo stay will go like this: breakfast, kitesurf, chill out, lunch, kitesurf all afternoon, BBQ, a few drinks and then chill out or party then sleep.

Most of our kite camps can also arrange other activities such as yoga, massages, bike hire or SUPing. Then all our kite camps have different lesson options ranging from beginner to advanced and from private to 1-on-1 surf lessons. You can choose what is right for you.

One of the best things about going on a solo kitesurf holiday is that you?ll make friends for life. Around one third of the
people staying in our kite camps are solo travellers, then others are generally groups of two or three friends travelling together. So off the water, everyone socialises and kites together. And it probably won?t be long until you?re planning your next trip together.

So why not looking at escaping somewhere hot where you can kitesurf in the sun and come back with some new friends and a tan!