Cape Town has many great kitesurfing locations to be experienced and has rapidly become known around the world as "the" kitesurfing mecca; attracting riders - professional and otherwise - from all over the world and hosting major kitesurfing events, such as the "Red Bull King Of The Air". With its warm and sunny weather, wonderful nature, strong and consistent winds, magical waves and great diversity in spots, there simply is no better place to spend your holiday.

Cape Town has an extraordinary way of getting under people’s skin. What makes this city so spectacular is its potent blend of natural beauty, diverse heritage, urban edginess and its contagious creative atmosphere – from craft stalls, designer boutiques, fashion and food, to more serious design such as infrastructural systems and low-cost housing programs.

Cape Town Tourism
Cape Town Top Tourist Destination

Top Tourist Destination 2014

Nominated number one on the New York Times' 52 Places to go in 2014 list

World Design Capital

World Design Capital 2014

Giving the city an opportunity to use design for social, cultural and economic development

Cape Town Weather

Sunny Sunshine

November to March - Average daily sunshine: 11 hours. Average temperature: 24.3 ºC

Cape Town Beauty

Beautiful Spaces. Beautiful Things

Inspiring architecture, interiors, food, fashion, jewellery, craft, art and creativity

Cape Town Kitesurfing Spots

Diverse Kitesurfing Spots

Rich variety of kitesurfing spots to choose from, from small waves, to large waves, to flat spots for freestyle

Cape Town Nature

Wonderful Nature

Magestic mountains, awe inspiring landscapes and breathtaking sunsets, every day

With local knowledge, finding the ideal conditions for each day, away from the crowds can often lead to those supreme sessions that remain timelessly etched in our minds. This year, make the best holiday choice, and join us for an adventure-packed, kitesurfing-focussed, guided holiday experience.