Enjoy Kiteboarding Rentals and Lessons in Cape Town, Western Cape
Enjoy kiteboarding in Cape Town, Western Cape! Prices For Rental: - Half day: 870 ZAR - 1 day: 1095 ZAR - 2 - 7 days: 870 ZAR - 8 - 14 days: 705 ZAR Lessons: • One Day Beginner: Start here if you're a total beginner. • Two Day Intermediate: You've done your First Day and need to go to the next level. • Three Day Comprehensive: You've done the first 2 days and need to finalize you kitesurfing experience! • Half Day Taster: For those with limited time or those who just want to know what kitesurfing is about. Prices: • Day courses (6 hrs) 10h00 - 16h30: 2,530 ZAR • Half Day courses (3 hrs): 1,305 ZAR - 10h00 - 13h00 - 13h30 - 16h30 • Private Half Day courses (3 hrs): 2,585 ZAR - 10h00 - 13h00 - 13h30 - 16h30 Above prices include tuition by an IKO qualified instructor and rental of ALL training equipment. Group prices/discounts can apply, with minimum and maximum numbers being met. If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
- Captain is optional.
- You decide if you would like to book with or without a captain.
- 1 guest
- Boards & Paddles
We are based at Bloubergstrand, Table View, about 30 minutes north of central Cape Town, South Africa.Our location is directly across the famous kite beach, with stunning views of Table Mountain. In conjunction with the Best Kite School, we offer kiteboarding lessons from beginner through to advanced and rentsell kiteboarding equipment. For the non-windy days we offer surf and SUP rentals.
You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.
Full refund up to 1 day prior.
Additional Terms & Information
Frequently Asked Questions: Is kiteboarding easy? - Yes and no, with good instruction most people enjoy an incredibly fast learning curve. Without instruction, trying to learn kiteboarding can be frustrating and dangerous. Do I need to be in good shape to kiteboard? - A basic level of fitness is all you usually need. Modern gear can be adjusted to work for people with a broad range of physical ability. Minimum requirement is being able to swim at least 50 metres. Why can't I just learn from a video or a magazine? - You can learn a lot from videos and magazines, but there is no substitute for having an instructor provide feedback, share local knowledge, maximise safety and customise instruction to your individual needs, not to mention most of them are really cool guys! Why can't I just learn from my friend? - A friend is a good starting point, but he likely won't have the beginner friendly gear nor the patience and experience to give you the most effective lesson. Do I need any skills before I take a lesson? - All you need is to be comfortable in the water and ready to learn. Many people learn kiteboarding despite limited board-sport experience. If you have ever flown a kite of any description , it will be a help, but no kite skills are necessary as we start from the basics and build on that. Why do lessons focus on flying the kite? - Flying the kite well is at least 90 percent of kiteboarding. Trying to ride a board without having good kite skills is like trying to wakeboard behind a boat that is swerving and changing speeds. It can be dangerous, and it is not much fun. What equipment would I need to kiteboard? - You'll need a kite, bar and lines, board, harness, wetsuit and an open mind. In addition, there is a variety of optional accessories to customize your equipment. Buoyancy Aids and Helmets are highly recommended.