In Short

With karst limestone mountains and baby blue waters at its wake, Krabi provides the perfect backdrop for the adrenaline fueled adventure of kite surfing.

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Best For: Water Sports, Views, Extreme Sports, Adventure
Cost: A one-day beginner lesson starts from 4000 baht

What’s So Awesome About It

Kite surfing is an extreme sport that has recently become a worldwide rage. The sport involves harnessing the power of a large controllable kite to propel the surfer and his board across the water. Surfers can achieve speeds of up to 40 miles an hour versus the 10 – 15 mph achieved while surfing a large wave. It is an extreme sport and Thailand, with its long coastline enjoying different wind speeds on its different frontiers throughout the year, is the ideal location for the thrill seeker in you.

The best time for kite surfing in Krabi is from December through to February.

What’s The Catch

Krabi isn’t the breeziest of places, hence, it is best to check wind conditions before booking lessons. Kite Surfing is a solo activity and requires physical fitness.

Things To Keep In Mind

It is recommended that guests do some training sessions beforehand as it can be quite dangerous. Kite Surfing requires a high level of physical fitness.

Where You Can Book It

There are some kite surfing schools in Krabi near Ao Nang Bay, the most popular among them is Kite Boarding Asia.
The best spots for kite-surfing in Thailand are Phuket (school – Kite Zone Thailand) and Pak Nam Pran (school – Yoda Kite School)

Pro Tip

The best places to kite surf in Krabi are Nopparat Thara in Ao Nang and Railay Bay.