Kitesurfing in Zanzibar (Low Season)

8 Days, Multiple Departures

Kitesurfing in Zanzibar (Low Season)
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The kitesurfing beach and its sandy lagoons in Paje are of world-class quality with consistent warm winds and tropical waters. The water temperature in Zanzibar never drops under 24 degrees and, often in summer, can reach up to 30 degrees inside the lagoon. The kitesurfing spot in Paje is ideal for beginners and offers a perfect training ground for kite surfers of all levels.

During low tide, you will find great flat-water lagoons. Over mid and high-tide wave spots out on the reef can be reached through kitesurfing and amazing down winders planned. If you are practicing kitesurfing on your own and are booked with our center for beach assistance and gear storage, we will be able to give you an introduction to the kitesurfing spot in Paje and show you the do’s and don'ts.

Best Location
Our center is located in Paje, right at the best kitesurfing spot in Zanzibar.

Perfect Conditions
Paje offers great conditions for kitesurfers of all levels. The conditions are especially ideal for first-timers due to the flat waters and knee-deep waters.

Dreamy Backdrop
The waters couldn’t have more shades of blue. The palm tree-riddled coastline makes it a kite surfers paradise.

Constant Winds
When it blows, it blows. We get really consistent winds in season offering ideal conditions for your riding.


The huge tides in Paje on the East Coast of Zanzibar affect the kitesurfing spots and kitesurfing conditions. During low tide you get best teaching and learning conditions with shallow flat-water lagoons. Pushing and high tides are better for downwinders and more advanced riders, as well as wave kitesurfing on the outer reefs of Paje.

About The Host

We offer top-class customer service and courses for Kite Surfing, Wave surfing, and Stand Up Paddle boarding as well as a friendly, welcoming atmosphere that represents the “Surfer” lifestyle. The team is made up of professional water men/women from Tanzania and all around the world with specialized skills and several languages to cater to a diverse clientele.

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