You have one week’s access to all our supplies. Take a SUP for a morning swim, go kayaking to the islands of Mokulua and snorkel around the reef.
- Kiteboard Surfboard
- Kiteboard Twin Tip
Ride with the wind on your kiteboard in Kailua
Kailua is one of the best beaches in the world to learn how to kiteboard. It has also become a top destination for a kiteboarding holiday for seasoned kiteboarders.
Kailua offers year-round trade winds and temperatures hovering around 80° F. With white sand beaches and turquoise water it really is picture-perfect.
Kailua Beach is located just 30 minutes away from the hustle and bustle of Waikiki but it feels like worlds apart. This is the home of Windward WaterSports.
The setup/rigging area is located at the north end of the beach park, behind Kalopawai market. There is a large grassy area to set up your gear and pump up your kite.
Once you are all set up you can walk down to the beach to launch. Kailua can be a very busy beach with swimmers, windsurfers, sunbathers, dog walkers and more. It can also be a very small beach at high tide.
- Anything else you feel you may want down at the beach
1. Minimize time on the beach. Be ready to launch as soon as you walk down.
2. Always have someone launch your kite. There is always someone hanging around to lend a helping hand.
3. Launch and head straight out.
4. Because of the side-onshore winds, you might not be able to go directly out. You will most likely get pulled down through the shore break for at least 10ft or more. This is why we body drag out far enough to avoid swimmers and kids playing.
5. Stay outside! Kailua is a huge bay with every condition imaginable. Once you launch, don’t come back within 50 yards of the beach until you are ready to land.