Truly year-round wind and a perfect temperature for kitesurfing. We have two locations in Phuket.
From May till October you will find us in Nai Yang beach. Just five minutes drive from international airport. Its Grate location with beautiful scenery of national park. There is flat water lagoon working best for lessons but as the wind get stronger we get amazing waves out at the reefs for advance riders as well.
In our dry season witch is November till April. We are located in Chalong bay. We teach and kitesurf i very big shallow water lagoon. Its amazing for beginners as you can walk everywhere and also super fun spot for all levels actually.
Our kitesurfing school in Phuket is the first and the biggest kite surf center on the island of Phuket. We are teaching kitesurfing for the last 11 years with time we improved many aspects of the IKO kitesurfing courses and all of our gear is designed to fly in an optimal way for the conditions we have in our Phuket spots.
“Sawasdee Kub!” My name is Lek. I’ve been teaching kiteboarding and starting in competitions for 7 years now. I love to teach and kite surf. I love to see big smiles on the faces of my students after their first ride on the board.
Hello, my name is Dima and I run the shop in Phuket most of the time. I found the country, beaches and the Thai people amazing. Expect a great vibe, a chilled hangout area and to be surrounded by people who make sure you have a fun time.
Hi, My name is Nancy. I’m in charge of organizing schedule for lessons and taking care of the shop. Not kite-surfing yet but i will be riding soon.
Phuket’s tourism is well established. There are many non-kiteboarding activities including scuba diving and snorkeling, fine spas, golf courses, and world class wakeparks. During wet season many surf spots comes to life as well. If you have still got energy then the nightlife at Patong in the south is “full on”. It’s an attraction in itself and does not seem to stop. If you need a chill out grab a taxi to the Northern beaches of the Island for a sunset that’s hard to forget.