Kitesurf Charity Event in Kenya

January 28, 2010

Kitesurfkings love kiting in Kenya…

I’ve personally had a sweet 12 out of 14 days of wind in February whilst out with the team at Pro Surf on Nyali Beach in Mombassa.

If you’re thinking about getting out there I know where you can grab some seriously discounted flights and our friends at Pro Surf will be looking after everything else. Give us a shout if you want some help, there are currrently two week flights from London Gatwick on the 8th Feb for just £399 and they may go down too!

I know I’d be out in Kenya to kitesurf any chance I had, for me work does not allow for a Feb kitesurf session as have two weeks kiting in Egypt in  March – gimmie a shout if you want to join me for a week in the sun on flat waist deep water?? Egypt kitesurf session 12th March or 19th March.

01273 88 88 33 –

Ahh, charity mate, check out the charity kitesurf event info below…

Heroes or Villains? Charity Kitesurf Event 2010

The annual Charity event is finally here folks! Feeling heroic or villianous?? Sign up here for a week of fun and revelry from 8th – 14th Feb 2010 and all in the name of Charity of course!

The entry fee includes entry to all 5 Kite Events, Kite service, the North Demo day and a goodie bag.

See the full itinerary  for Prosurf Extreme’s Kitesurf Charity Event 2010

2 Responses to “Kitesurf Charity Event in Kenya”

  1. hopefully heading to kenya next year to do some kitesurfing, looks like an awsome spot!

    • Hi Dan,

      As long as you get your timing right you won’t regret it. The wind can be super reliable and the holiday offers something more diverse than a bog standard kitesurfing holiday. Although it’s a seriously poor country, so there the obvious dangers of strolling off resort after dark, the Kenyan nationals are super nice (well all the ones I met and we mixed the trip up quite a bit). Guaranteed warm windy weather, great food and where else can you split your kitesurfing up with a safari at the same kind of cost?

      How are your trips going? Looks like you get to travel loads fella, good for you.

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