KBA Pranburi is very close to the Sam Roi Yot National Park. It’s certainly developing fast, with a new cable park just installed you can still get that board riding practice in.
Other non-kiteboarding activities include sailing, hiking, kayaking, paramotor, golf, trekking, and go-karting.
Pranburi is a little off the beaten track, but it’s well worth taking the time to visit. Escape the crowds and enjoy wide open beaches near to the stunning Sam Roi Yot National Park.
Non kitesurf watersport activities include SUP, sailing, windsurfing, and snorkeling. Kayaks can be hired (at a nearby national park) and diving excursions can be arranged.
You will find a few hidden high-end resorts like the Evason, but there are also plenty of very reasonable guest houses from which you can enjoy the same mountain backdrops, wide open white sandy beaches and beautiful clear water. There’s no better place than Pranburi for hassle-free learning and chilled kiteboarding sessions.
Our courses will take place at Pak Nam Pran beach. This area is perfectly suited to learning to kitesurf due to the topography of the local area, and the consistency and direction of the wind observed along the coastline. This combination of factors allows beginners start easy, shallow learning curve into understanding factors such as where to place the kite in the wind window, but also offers a great opportunity for experienced kiteboarders in honing their skills.
Hi, my name is Manu.
I am a qualified kiteboarding examiner for the IKO and I run the Pranburi KBA training center. I have always been into sports in a big way, and my degree is in physical education.