All About Kitesurfing in Dahab

    January 9, 2024

    Dahab is the perfect destination for kitesurfers of all levels, offering consistent and stable winds.


    Beginners can learn without getting in the way of more experienced riders who can focus on perfecting their skills and tricks. The kite schools in Dahab provide special programs for beginners, ensuring a faster and more efficient learning process. All instructors at the spot hold IKO certificates and can issue them to students who complete the full course, including an exam.



    On the far left side of the lagoon, there is a unique area that particularly appeals to kiters, especially beginners. Referred to as the “puddle” by locals, this small lake is separated from the sea by a stretch of land. It stands out for its absence of corals, shallow depth, strong wind, and isolation from hotels and vegetation, making it an ideal spot for learning kiting.



    The calm waters and strong, consistent winds provide optimal conditions for practicing various types of bodydragging. (kite surfing).

    The kite puddle is occasionally affected by low tide, although experience has demonstrated that interruptions in kiting due to insufficient water typically last no more than a day.



    Experienced kiters tend to favor riding in the sea, where the wind is stronger and more consistent.




    Water condition:
    Completely flat in the kite puddle.

    Coastal wave:
    Completely absent.

    Wind direction:
    Side-offshore, sideshore.

    Wind mode of the day:
    Strong wind blows from morning until 15:00 and subsides in the evening.


    Beach surface:
    Fine-grained sand.

    Beach Size:
    There is always a place to launch and land a kite in a kite puddle.

    Access to the water:

    Zones and water area:
    “Kite puddle”, separated by a sand spit, followed by a speedy zone.

    Tides and ebbs:
    During a low tide, rocks and corrals appear in a kite puddle.

    Sea urchins, jellyfish and other dangers:
    There are sea urchins, there are stones and corrals.

    Rescue on the water:


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