Kite Monkey

Kitemonkeytrips offers liveaboard kitesurfing trips on the Red Sea. We are constantly redesigning our routes and selecting new and unique spots for kitesurfing. We focus on long cross wind and down wind runs where the kiters are challenged to push against the elements and cover long distances on their kites. All the while our professional kiting team will be offering kite clinics and helping the guests work on their technique.... We want kiters to leave our boat having learned something new or developed their existing skills. We will live up to our slogan make you Redefine the Way you Kite.

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Kite Monkey Safari

When you come aboard for a kite monkey trip you own the sea. We select unique spots to take our clients kiting. Every day we cover long distances with the kiters on the water moving with the boat along side. The kiting sessions vary

  • Kiting in pristine lagoons with smooth flat water
  • Cross wind and down winds kiting sessions everyday( 2-3 hours)
  • Big wave riding
  • A daily freestyle clinic with a pro available if you want improve your skill set and work on tricks
  • Every day we make video of everybody and in the evening discuss improvements

Other activities you can enjoy onboard

  • swimming with dolphins
  • monkey dive (our special diving techniques with scooters and streamlined gear
  • Wake boarding
  • Water skiing
  • Chilling

Why kite surfing from a liveaboard:

  • The Sea belongs you.....only nature around.
  • Away from land there are no beginners and overcrowded kite stations.....
  • Be free to choose your location! Follow the wind.....where is the wind, that is where we will go....south, north – doesn't matter...(We have routs for every wind condition and winddirections)
  • When there is no wind you can enjoy being at sea, diving, relaxing away from the heat of land.

Attention: There is prerequisite to joining a kitemonkey safari:

  • Kiters must be able to go upwind with confidence.
  • Kiters must be able to (or ready to learn how to) launch from the boat.
  • Kiters must be able to self-rescue, pack lines and control their kite as they wait for the rescue boat.