The ultimate guide with the best kitesurf spots where to kite in July

We are all super happy cause summer is here! You deserve to take some holidays to a dreamy kite destination. Actually, there are many spots where to kite in July. Did you know that in July you can kite in some of the best destinations in the world? There are terrific kiteboarding destinations where to kite in July and we have prepared a list with the best of all. We hope you enjoy it


 where to kitesurf in July

The best kitesurfing spots in July



1. Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is undoubtedly an ideal destination for those who want to combine kitesurfing holidays with a more exploratory side of the journey both of a unique nature and a millenary cultural heritage.

The island of Sri Lanka is located in the Indian Ocean, located southeast of India and inhabited by more than twenty million people.

The climate of this country is tropical and warm. And the beauty of its varied nature (extensive tropical forests, beautiful beaches, immense tea plantations and unique landscapes) as well as its rich and varied cultural heritage – greatly influenced by the importance of Buddhism – have made this country a tourist destination. Unique very fashionable in recent years, although with great potential still.

The gastronomic side of the country is abundant, varied and exquisite. You cannot leave Sri Lanka without trying their tea, which is considered one of the best in the world.

Also especially notorious is the fauna on the island that ranges from elephants, tigers, black bears or porcupines in the interior area to whales, dolphins or turtles in the coastal area. It is necessary to highlight the important refuge of migratory birds that Sri Lanka possesses, among which the flamingos stand out.


2. Zanzibar


Zanzibar is an archipelago 40 km off the east coast of Tanzania, in the Indian Ocean. It is made up of the island of Zanzibar itself, the island of Pemba and other small islets. The island of Zanzibar itself is 90km long and 30km at its widest.

In recent years Zanzibar has become very popular with kitesurfers thanks to the constant winds that hit the beach of PAJE in the southeast of the island. Besides, the water temperature is around 27ºC, so lycra to protect yourself from the sun is enough. The months from December to March and from July to September are the most reliable as far as the presence of the wind is concerned. Each period has a different wind:

– From June the wind blows from 15 to 20 knots. In the afternoons sometimes it rises even a few more due to a thermal effect.


– From December to February: the Kaskazi wind prevails, blowing between 15 and 20 knots although the direction is more changeable.


Its beaches are ideal for both beginners and experts, thanks to its flat water and shallow lagoons. Besides, you can also enjoy other activities such as diving or fishing.


3.  Essaouira

In the area closest to the medina, which coincides with the more windward area, the waves are lower, which is ideal for beginners, slalom and freestyle. As we head downwind and out of town, the waves increase in size, especially in spring and fall (1 to 2 m.). In summer the wind is more reliable, but the waves are smaller or almost non-existent. In any case, they have always spaced waves with a sandy bottom, so they do not represent any danger.

For those with more experience, there are 2 wave spots:

Moulay: 25 km north of Essaouira. It is a magnificent wave spot that also has its own windsurfing club and where a large part of the wave clinics are held both to improve in jumps and to learn to surf well.

Sidi Kaouki: 25 km south of Essaouira. It is an extensive beach of more than 5km, where the wind possibly blows with more force in the whole area as well and where the waves break with greater intensity.


4. Dakhla

This lagoon is an unbeatable spot to learn to kitesurf, manoeuvre or navigate. The flat water is assured, and the unspoiled environment makes the wind very constant.

Those who have more experience and are looking for waves will be able to go to other nearby spots that the Atlantic Ocean offers. The club organizes excursions to other spots in the area depending on the wind of each day, the swell and the level of the sailors.

5. Madagascar


Madagascar, 4th island by extension in the world. Situated in front of Mozambique and separated from the African continent by about 500 km, the Mozambique Channel. The island has hundreds of endemic species of flora and fauna, habitual home to more than 101 species of Lemurs, and it has 7 of the 8 species of Baobabs (African tree par excellence) that exist in Africa. It has numerous national parks and islands with unique marine fauna in the world.


In July there are many kiteboarding destinations to have fun, being Africa and Asia spots our favourite ones. Are you wondering where to kite in July? Don´t hesitate any more and prepare all your kite stuff for this July