Enquiries

Should you have some questions before you can book your Wave Kitesurfing Camp, Downwind Camp Freeride or Freestyle or a Beginners Crash Course or private lessons, we are here to help you.

Best is to fill in the below enquiry form and we will answer by email. In urgent cases you can call us (during season, our phone number is below).

Please be as precise as possible. The more we know about you, the better we are able to help and to find the right offering for you. For instance:

We will answer your enquiry within 2 working days or faster.


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As an alternative to this form, you can also send your enquiry to email kitekahunas

Or call the manager on +27 (72) 712 0498, especially in case of short term enquiries.

But please keep in mind that we are often on the water. In this case please leave a detailed message and SMS us afterwards your email address, so we can answer you also via email.

Book directly

To book your Wave Kitesurfing Camp, Downwind Camp Freeride or Freestyle or a Beginners Crash Course or private lessons now, please download our booking form and email or fax it back to us.

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We accept payments via credit card, debit card, (international) bank transfer, cash or PayPal.

Kitesurfing Cumbuco

To book your air travel package to Cape Town, you can either arrange it on your own (e.g. with South African Airways, Lufthansa, Swiss, British Airways, KLM, Air France, Emirates) or our travel agents can help you to find the best rates for your flight >>

If you wish to hire your own car for trips in your spare time, please go here >>

Cumbuco Kitesurfing

Cool water in Cape Town?

Sometimes people think that the ocean around Cape Town is cold. Is this actually the case? Let's have a closer look at the facts. First of all it is important to know that probably no other kiteboarding region in the world is so multi-facetted and diverse as in and around Cape Town. This city is the only one in the world located at two Oceans. The Indian Ocean is warm and its warm waters stream from the Equator southwards along the South African coast. So the water at all beaches and kite spots in the Indian Ocean are around 25 Celsius. Then there are lagoons, such as the lagoon in Langebaan north of Cape Town with the sun heating up the flat water. On some kite spots, however, such as at the legendary Kitebeach in Table View and famous Big Bay (both are about 10 km north of Cape Town at Bloubergstrand), you will however need a good wetsuit to protect you from the cold water of the Atlantic Ocean. But you will get used to it and the strong wind and spectacular waves will make you forget the water temperature very soon

Kitekahunas Kitesurfing school in Cape Town

Advanced Kiteboarding School (Pty) Ltd.
12 Beach Boulevard
Table View
Cape Town 7441
South Africa

email kitekahunas
FAX +27 86 607 5575