Situated at the bottom of the town center, Main Beach is world-renowned for its wind conditions and flat waters. Many kiters take advantage of the stable winds and deep waters to practice and perfect their jumping skills, while others take advantage of the long flat run to the island. This spot is bustling on windy days and boasts a long, flat white beach perfect for launching kites.
This beautiful bay is situated next to the nature reserve and is a kiter’s paradise. Kitesurfers can enjoy long, smooth runs and shallow waters. In the afternoons, take a downwind run to main beach and enjoy a beer with the locals. Shark Bay’s water is warmer than the rest of the lagoon, and despite its misleading name, it is not home to any sharks.
On windy days, a few kiters head over to this launching pad to take advantage of the waves and swell. Because not many people kite here, it is the perfect spot to go have fun and to get away from the maddening crowds.
On days when the wind blows just right, this spot really is a kitesurfers dream location. Wave riders can enjoy the good swell, while those not so fond of waves can just head in a little deeper and enjoy the lagoon waters.
This pad calls for one of those special days when the wind is blowing just right. Kraal Bay boasts some of the warmest waters on the West Coast as well as some of the most beautiful scenery. Be sure to head over there when the opportunity presents itself and do the downwind run to Shark Bay.
Situated on the opposite side of the lagoon, kitesurfing in Saldanha Bay is a treat much different to Langebaan. The onshore winds and stable conditions are perfect for those wanting to practice their upwind sailing skills in a safe way.