Comments for inMotion Kitesurfing Kitesurfing Articles, Photos, Videos and great tips and tricks! Sun, 28 Jul 2019 08:57:09 +0000 hourly 1 Comment on Embrun & Kitesurfing Lac de Serre Poncon by Szilard Sun, 28 Jul 2019 08:57:09 +0000 I disagree with the article: on most days you will be riding the biggest kite you have. Days for a 9 are exceptionally rare, usually a 12 is also quite small. Locals usually ride 13-15, or even bigger, big soft kites and foils are very popular here for a reason. In short: bring the biggest kites you have and don’t leave the foil at home either.

Comment on The Complete Kiteboarding Training Guide by Lars Jørgensen Tue, 09 Apr 2019 09:26:35 +0000 Hi, the guide is online again. The website was hacked, but it will be online in a short version again…

Comment on How Water Pollution Killed Two Kiteboarding Schools by Pascal Herrera Fri, 25 Jan 2019 15:47:44 +0000 Hello, very interesting article. I run a kitesurf school, in the caribbean of Nicaragua. There we are lucky, because we are in a small island with no industry. So we have clean water, and now it is the most important thing.

Comment on Western Australia: Kitesurfing the Wild Wild West by Monica Fri, 18 Jan 2019 16:47:47 +0000 Are there any other places running kite safaris now that Adventure Kiting WA is no longer around?

Comment on Essaouira, Morocco Kite Spot Guide by Visit Morocco Wed, 24 Oct 2018 09:24:27 +0000 If you haven’t heard whatever about this stunning kitesurfing destination, you absolutely don’t know what you’re missing above all if you love kiteboarding.

Comment on Kitesurfing Schools Directory by Scott Metcalfe Tue, 18 Sep 2018 02:12:13 +0000 Hey guys

Any one interested in kitesurfing in Peru we have amazing conditions all year around. We have a huge flat water U-shaped bay where we hold all of our lessons. In the national reserve we also have nice Waves with Cross offshore winds. Perukite was the first Kiteboarding school in Peru for any more information please check us out at

Comment on Kitesurfing Schools Directory by Sea To Sky Kiteboarding School Sun, 16 Sep 2018 04:08:58 +0000 Best Kiteboarding Lessons in Squamish, Vancouver, BC Canada and La Ventana, Mexico in Winter
Sea to Sky Kiteboarding aims to provide the best quality instruction to our guests.
*We keep our class sizes small to maximize your hands-on kite time.
*We use blue-tooth radio helmets to ensure clear, concise communication in our windy environment.
*We use new, top-quality kite gear from Core, North and ION.
*We strive to create a safe, relaxing and welcoming atmosphere, and the red bus is your personal clubhouse on the Spit.
We are committed to serving both our local community in Squamish/Vancouver and visitors from around the world to help them become independent kiters at one of the world’s best venues: The Spit in Howe Sound (May until September), and in the winter months (Nov until April) we can be found in La Ventana Mexico
We teach all levels from beginners, intermediate to advanced kiteboarders. We will take you to the next level in your kiteboard riding.
Visit us at the red bus, Squamish Spit and book your lesson!

Comment on Umdloti Weather Forecast by Christoff Mon, 07 May 2018 18:03:46 +0000 Where can I do Kite surfing lessons in Umbloti?

Comment on Kitesurfing Schools Directory by Zarook Marikkar Thu, 26 Apr 2018 07:00:17 +0000 Dear Sirs/Madam,
Hotel for Lease/Rent in the Kite Boarding Hot Spot – Kalpitiya Sri Lanka
We are exploring the possibility of Leasing/Renting our hotel with 25 rooms in the Kite Surfing Hot Spot of Kalpitiya, North West Province of Sri Lanka to run a Kite School facility.
Hotel has all the conveniences, Spacious Rooms, large kitchen, restaurant, Main Pool, 7 Villas with Plunge pools each and 4 acres of land on the Lagoon beach overlooking the sea beach separated by a Sand Bank just 300 meters across.
We are looking to identify a partner who is willing to lease/rent the property completely with all the fittings and fixtures could be offering the service as a JV partner, service provider or who even take over management of the hotel.
If this proposal is of interest you, we would like to explore various options available for such facility. If this is of interest I would like to hear from you. You can reach me on or my Mobile: +94 772 48 48 48.
Yours truly
Zarook Marikkar

Comment on Mauritius East Coast Kite Spot Guide by john Tue, 10 Apr 2018 15:22:34 +0000 Hi
My children and i are coming in two weeks, for two weeks.
should i bring my 13 and bord or not?
I need 14knots with this gear
or is the season over?
we have not yet decided on what side of the island to stay
best regards

Comment on Top 10 Hottest Kitesurfing Products for 2012 by tom Sat, 27 Jan 2018 04:40:36 +0000 i love Kitesurfing. i ‘m coaching in DUbai.
amazing article. thank you

Comment on 5 Top Kitesurfing Destinations You Must Experience by Kristi Sat, 06 Jan 2018 18:09:30 +0000 Francis says good words! Not nec. St. francis,, but I wholeheartedly AGREE with FRANCIS!!
Diani Beach, in Kenya,, yas!

Comment on Western Australia: Kitesurfing the Wild Wild West by Urs Pratter Fri, 10 Nov 2017 23:52:05 +0000 Hi

My name is Urs Pratter and I’ll be form the 15th to the 28th of december in Perth.
My colleague an I would like to do a Kite Trip around west Australia. Do you offer also such trips?

We bring our one kites and we are advanced kiters

Many thanks for your response

Comment on 5 Top Kitesurfing Destinations You Must Experience by RaphGill Sat, 21 Oct 2017 11:32:54 +0000 Hi all!

After years visiting the world to find the best kitespot I chose to settle in Sakalava Bay, North Madagascar, 20 km from Diego Suarez! We are blessed by incredible wind stats, blowing eight consecutive months at 25knots. Our Region has become lately THE paradise for kitesurf and also windsurf in Indian Ocean.
Wake up overlooking the magnificent white sand bank in the middle of the lagoon.
Thanks again and we look forward to see you soon :)

Comment on Western Australia: Kitesurfing the Wild Wild West by Anne Sat, 23 Sep 2017 07:22:59 +0000 Hi, thanks that is a great list. I’m just planning my kitesurf trip to WA. As I will travel alone I’m a bit worried if I will have problems to find other kiters on the spots. I don’t want to be alone on the water especially not knowing the spots. In your experience at the spots you decribed will there be other kiters? I’m gonna travelling Perth to Gnaraloo end November – mid December…..

Comment on Mauritius East Coast Kite Spot Guide by Paul Thu, 21 Sep 2017 11:31:36 +0000 What a great page, and looks like EXACTLY what I am looking for. I am an independant kitesurfer. Not expert. I can stay upwind and and just starting to jump. I am thinking of coming to Mauritius on August 2018 with my family. So it is mainly a family holiday but I hope to get a little bit of kiting in. My wife wants a hotel – all inclusive type because of travelling with children. Le Morne sounds too busy for me in August, I don’t like crowds as I am not yet good enough to ride confidently in packed waters. Looked at Bel Ombre…Outrigger hotel. Only thing is I have been unable to find out if it is possible to kite from the hotel beach. It looks unlikely, I think you have to walk to C Beach Club which is 800m away next to Heritage Telfair. The other hotel I am looking at is the Long Beach on the East Coast. Is there a kite spot near the Long Beach? Thanks!!

Comment on 5 Top Kitesurfing Destinations You Must Experience by Przemek Fri, 04 Aug 2017 06:23:26 +0000 Cape Hatteras sounds perfect for me. Seems to be not crowded, beutifull nature, flat water.
About Boracay – i heard that they dump all filth straight to the bay. You drink some water from bay – You suffer.
I suggest some european spots for egzample: Sardinia (Italy), Greek islands, Hel Peninsula (Poland), Bornholm Island (Baltic sea).

Comment on Mauritius East Coast Kite Spot Guide by KitingGurus Fri, 07 Apr 2017 13:06:11 +0000 Hi

I am looking for a bit of advice – we are both kiting instructors, love the flat water and like to play in somall waves but flat is best.

We don’t get to choose our holiday times – we have to take 3 weeks in Apr / May and are hoping to come to Mauritius. I’ve been doing a lot of research but would like some unbiased info / advice on the wind conditions at that time, esp on the east coast? We tend to need around a steady 13 kts + otherwise we go and do something else!! :) How good is the breeze around that time generally? I’m thinking of staying in Palmar or Belle Mare area but wondering how long it takes by car to get to Le Morne if we wanted to head down there for the day ……

Comment on 5 Top Kitesurfing Destinations You Must Experience by Pieter Thu, 06 Apr 2017 19:26:37 +0000 Los Barriles is a great kiteboarding location in Mexico Baja California Sur From November through April each year the East Cape region of Baja California Sur is blessed with frequent “El Norte” winds that blow down the Sea of Cortez. The wide plain laying just South of Los Barriles bay has an accelerator effect on the wind drawing in and boosting its strength typically from mid-morning to late afternoon.
The El Norte winds tend to come in spells lasting several days with a few calm days between. Obviously winds can vary from year to year but typically we can expect 55 to 60% windy days each season – more for those riding the increasingly popular hydrofoil kite boards.
For launching and landing there is a wide sandy and uncrowded beach stretching for several miles in both directions. Winds invariably blow cross shore from left to right, typically starting around 11am and shutting down around 5pm. Winds strengths range from a steady breeze to very strong with a typical day averaging around 18 to 23 knots. Some sections of the beach experience moderate to heavy shore-break on windier days and there are a few clearly visible sections which can be rocky at in the latter parts of the season, but there are always plenty of easy entry points and exit points available.
The cross-shore winds mean there is ample space for all riders on the water to enjoy the occasionally sizable swells beloved of the surfboard style riders. Winds are relatively constant only becoming a little gusty late in the day especially in the most downwind area of the bay.
Vela Baja Hotel playa del sol offer accomodation, lessons and rentals

Comment on Western Australia: Kitesurfing the Wild Wild West by Paulo Dias Fri, 24 Feb 2017 14:38:21 +0000 Hi. I’m looking for left wave to ride by kite at oz. Were do you sugest ?