Zanzibar Kitesurf Holidays
Discover beautiful white sand beaches of Zanzibar, Tanzania’s kitesurfing mecca.
Get inside knowledge on where to stay and let us help plan your dream Zanzibar trip.
Flat water, Small waves
Side - side shore
12 to 25 knots
Water temp. 25 to 29°C
Where to stay?
Zanzibar Archipelago General Information
This Indian Ocean archipelago actually consists of several islands. The semi autonomous region of Zanzibar is just 40 kilometres off from Tanzania’s mainland. Unguja, also known as “Zanzibar Island” or simply Zanzibar is the largest and most populated island, followed by Pemba, another big island. Zanzibar has always been a mix of Africa and the Arab world, and most locals consider themselves Zanzibari rather than Tanzanians. The whole east coast of Zanzibar is protected by the coral reef and apart from kitesurfing, the island is a great place for snorkelling and diving.
Kitesurfing Seasons in Zanzibar
There are two windy seasons in Zanzibar, dominated by two prevailing monsoon wind cycles:
If you want to travel in April, May or November, then be ready for heavy rains. Many accommodations are not open at all during this period.
Best kitesurf spots in Zanzibar
The east coast of Zanzibar offers kitesurfing conditions during both windy seasons, winter and summer. The best kitesurfing spots are…
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