Kitesurfing Hotel Cape Town

for your Kiteboarding holiday incl. storage in Blouberg - Table View - Sunset Beach - Big Bay

As an alternative to our beautiful apartments in the Kitekahunas Beach House, located directly on the beach in Sunset Beach, Cape Town, you may want to opt for the Kitesurfing Hotel next door, also directly on the beach, during your advanced kitesurfing course. The Kitesurfing Hotel is also available without booking a course, i.e. for accommodation only, with breakfast, for kitesurfing or windsurfing.

As an optional extra, you can book KITEWISE - guided and safe kitesurfing in a group together with the accommodation. Expect the following:

 

Kitesurfing Hotel Cape Town

Walk right onto the beach from your kitesurfing hotel

 

Kitesurfing Guest House Cape Town

Room with Ocean view in your kitesurfing hotel

 

Kitesurfing Hotel Cape Town

The view while having your breakfast in the Kitesurfing Hotel

 

Kitesurfing Hotel Cape Town on Beach

The dining room in the kitesurfing hotel in Cape Town

 

Prices for the Kitesurfing Hotel:

September - 15th December

R 1840 for 2 persons with breakfast

R 2040 for 2 persons with breakfast (ocean view room)

16th December - 31 March

R 2000 for 2 persons with breakfast

R 2280 for 2 persons with breakfast (ocean view room)

 

Booking and enquiries of your Kitesurfing Hotel are here >>

You can also book our A+B Beginner Kitesurfing Course or KITEKAHUNAS Wave Camps

 

FURTHER KITESURFING ACCOMMODATIONS:

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To see suitable dates and the wind season for kitesurfers and windsurfers please go here:

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Kitesurfing Hotel Cape Town


Kitesurfing Beach House

Opening the door to Africa

Although the wind in Cape Town almost never stops in season, there might be windless days during your kitesurfing holidays. But don't worry you are in Africa and there is lots to do. You may even plan to stay for another week after your advanced kitesurfing course (you may want to book one of our kitesurfing holiday apartments), to see Africa's great attractions or simply visit these in the afternoons after you are "kited out".

In Cape Town you can do dolphin-watching tours or whale watching trips Africa's wildlife and nature is abundant. If you want to turn away from the Oceans for a moment, you will want to visit a nature reserve and encounter the BIG 5 - elephants, lions, rhinos, buffalos and leopards are awaiting you, next to giraffes, zebras, bucks and hippopotamus, to name just a few.

And not to forget, Cape Town and the region have the most picturesque views in the world. Mountain hiking, paragliding or flying is popular here and absolutely unforgettable.