Location; Kenyaways Kite Village is located in Diani, approx.25km south of Mombasa Island, on Galu Beach adjacent to Diani Beach. It is very convenient to shops, internet, banks, restaurants, bars and night life.
There are direct flights to Mombasa Moi International airport, or via Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta Airport.
Flights to the Masai Mara game reserve are available from Ukunda airstrip (5mins from Kenyaways Kite Village).
Transfers; Available from Moi International airport to Kenyaways Kite Village. Transfer duration: approx. 1hr 30mins.
Local Excursions; What’s on offer?
Swahili Boat Trips
Island trips and dolphin watching to Wasini Island.
Cultural Visits to local ‘Digo’ villages and sacred forests
Cultural visits to Fort Jesus and shopping in Old town, Mombasa Island.
Conservation visits to ‘Colobus Monkey Trust’ organization.
Day trips to Shimba Hills National Park and Mwalunganje elephant sanctuary.
Golf course and Sports centre nearby.
Safari and onward travel; Kenya is notorious for its landscape and wild animals. Safaris to the following destinations are a suggestion made by Kenyaways Kite Village and we can indirectly make bookings for these with local travel agents.
All National Parks and Game reserves (masai mara, Tsavo, Amboseli etc.)
Malindi, Lamu and Zanzibar.
Specialised safaris: The real African Kite surf Experience. A unique 28 day kite adventure in deepest darkest Africa. Highly recommended but not for everyone.H2O Extreme expands its fleet of Naish paddleboards to include the Nalu 11’6”, Mana Soft-Tops 10’0” and a Hokua 8’10”.
H2O teaches on the calm waters of the lagoon before progressing onto the mini-reef to teach wannabe SUPers how to catch their first wave. The outer-reefs are an easy paddle from H2O Extreme’s bases at The Sands and Forty Thieves, handling swell from fun-sized to overhead.
The best seasons are Dec-March and June-September — this coincides with the Kaskazi and Kuzi tradewinds so you can surf in the morning and kite or windsurf in the afternoon!
With year-round water temperature of 30° C (86° F), air-temperature of 32° C (90° F) and reliable swell patterns, the tropical Indian Ocean coastline of Kenya is a great place to learn stand-up paddleboard.
H2O Extreme watersports is based in Diani Beach, Kenya and operates out of 3 sites offering Kitesurfing, Windsurfing and SUP, all on Naish equipment.