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Durban Wind Forecast

Durban Weather Forecast


This page includes the latest three day WindGuru Wind Report, Buoy Weather Forecast, Surf Report, Tides Chart and current weather conditions and forecast for Durban and surrounding areas. If you require a detailed 15 day weather forecast, please click the link below:

15 Day Durban Weather Forecast

 

Durban Buoy Weather Forecast


Durban Surf Report and Forecast

7 Day Tide Chart for Durban

Live Wind Updates for Durban courtesy of Ocean2Air Kitesurfing via Facebook

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Additional Wind & Weather Resources

Windfinder Forecast for Durban

Durban: WindNet


Kitesurfing in Durban

Durban is best known for its warm weather, sunshine, great waves and warm water all year round. Not only is Durban littered with great surfing spots, but there is also no shortage of awesome kitesurfing spots.

Durban has two prevailing wind directions. The North Easter which brings sunny and hot weather, and the South Wester which usually means cooler overcast or rainy weather with strong winds.

The NE wind usually blows cross onshore and works well anywhere along the coastline from Kitebeach (Ethekwini Country Club), through Umhlanga to Umdloti. Watch out for a strong side wash which often develops after a day or two of NE winds at Kitebeach. Downwind runs from Umhlanga or Umdloti to Kitebeach are highly recommended.

The SW wind direction blows offshore around the city, and tends to be rather gusty. Kiting at Kitebeach should be avoided on the SW wind. We recommend kitesurfing further north at La Lucia, Umhlanga or Umdloti. Downwinders from Kitebeach going north are fantastic for wave riding on a good day.

La Mercy lagoon just north of Umdloti is also a great alternative if you are looking for flat water kitesurfing or if you are learning. This spot works well for kiteboarding on both the SW and NE wind direction.

What do you think of the kiteboarding in Durban? We’d love to hear about your experiences in the comments below…


1 Comment

  1. Dean Bottcher says:

    Home sweet home. You can’t beat our downwinders. This is why we rip.

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