Before taking kitesurf lessons Zanzibar it is important to understand.
Paje is known as one of the best kite spots in the world. The flat water and stable wind create the perfect conditions for teaching, but the lagoon also has a lot to offer for more advanced riders. The shallow flat water is perfect to spice up your freestyle skills. The lagoon is protected by a reef with high tide this creates the perfect playground for wave riding. The waves at the reef get up to two meters.
Zanzibar has two windy seasons. Both of them deliver constant side onshore wind. The Kaskazi blows daily from 1/2 December until 1/2 March from northeast. In this season we have 14 to 20 knots. From 1/2 June until 1/2 October we have the Kusi. During the Kusi we have more powerful winds up to 25 knots.
These beaches are especially popular when a Kaskazi blow with an onshore.
Your Best Summer
Of course, finding the best kitesurf spot is a matter of personal opinion. There are plenty of other breaks to choose from and some are far more crowded than others. Visit as many as you can and talk it over with more experienced friends to find your favorite. Be sure to also check the kitesurf report before heading out to find out the direction of the swells and the times of high and low tide, as these factors can greatly affect the kitesurf. Before long you will have a handful of favorite Paje kitesurf spots of your own. To sign up for kitesurf lessons contact PKZ kitesurf today.
Wind is your friend. Don’t be scared of it. A little bit of extra adrenaline here and there is good for the soul, and your kitesurfing
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