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Kitesurfatlas is your guide to the best kiteboarding spots around the world. Look for your next kitesurf spot searching by country, type, style, best month using the Kite Spot Finder, or browse the interactive kiteboarding spots map.

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Surfstore Africa's insight:
MUIZENBERG/Sunrise beach Muizenberg, Surfers village, between Mountain and Ocean, one of Cape Towns most southernly suburbs is just a 20 min drive from the City center. The water in Muizenberg is warm, with safe beach break waves. For those who like Kitesurfing, the wind statistics are the most consistent accross the whole of South Africa. Muizenberg offers a large stretch of uncrowded beach of several kilometers swept by consistent, onshore wind. When the wind does not blow, the beach break waves and shallow water of Muizenberg make it an ideal spot for all levels of Surfers, Stand Up Paddle Surfers and Bodyboarders with small to medium size waves breaking close to shore and in deeper water. Nightlife, Muizenberg offers the best surfing vibes in Cape Town, it is a Surfer/Kitesurfer little town. Kalk Bay, about 10 min walk away offers the wildest parties with Restaurants and Bars like Polana and Brass Bell, both cool places to meet local and international watersport enthusiasts. Authentic people with authentic parties! Kite- and Watersportspot: Muizenberg Muizenberg and its immediate surroundings offer the widest possibility of diverstity of activities in Cape Town. Situated in the South Peninsula, Muizenberg is unsurpassed by its authenticity, nature, people and diversity of things to do. In contrast to the all-concrete and ultra-commercial West Coast and Atlantic Seaboard coastline suburbs of Cape Town, the peninsula still boasts areas of untouched fauna and flora. Kitesurfing. Muizenberg is the windiest kitesurfing spot in Cape Town. Wind strength is much more consistent throughout the day than in any other place. A typical Kitesurfing summers day in Muizenberg has about 15-18 knots wind in the morning, picking up progressively to 25-30 knots in the afternoon. Due to a unique thermal effect and to its proximity to the Cape of Good Hope, a moderate on-shore wind blows into Muizenberg on afternoons even forecasted with no wind. A real paradise for Kitesurfers! SUP’ing. Stand Up Paddling on windless mornings on endless waves facing the Beach in Muizenberg, or paddling out to encounter Whales, Seals or Dolphins further out in false bay, are amongst the unforgettable experiences you will be talking about for a long time! Surfing. Surfing conditions are what made Muizenberg`s reputation as the best surfbreak to learn on. Apart from being the only surfspot with warm water in Cape Town, Muizenberg also offers beach breaks suitable for all levels of Surfing. Shallow water and small waves near the beach are ideal for learning to surf and beginner level. The waves on the outside offer medium sized waves for progression into intermediate surfing skills. Kite Bugguy’ing. The constant on-shore wind sweeping the long un-crowded stretch of beach between Muizenberg and Strandfontein allows cruising for kilometres on light winds on a kite-buggy. In strong wind conditions, the spot allows for racing on the hard sand at low tide. FACTS: Water Type: Flat, Small Wave (< 1m), Medium Wave (1-3m) Hazards: None Water Quality: Clean Best Tide: Tide Independent Beautiful waves, clean and flat in between. Also the best spot in Cape Town for freestyle, without any doubt, with super smooth water at low tide. Beach Type: Long, sandy beach. Best Wind Months: January, February, March, April, October, November, December Wind Type: Consistent. (moderate to strong) Best Wind Direction: ESE, SE, SSE, S Main Wind Direction: ESE, SE, SSE, S, SSW, SW In summer, the wind is mostly S to SE. This is the perfect wind (also known as the “Cape Doctor”)
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Surfstore Africa's curator insight, August 29, 2013 6:31 AM

 

MUIZENBERG/Sunrise beach

 

Muizenberg, Surfers village, between Mountain and Ocean, one of Cape Towns most southernly suburbs is just a 20 min drive from the City center. The water in Muizenberg is warm, with safe beach break waves. For those who like Kitesurfing, the wind statistics are the most consistent accross the whole of South Africa. Muizenberg offers a large stretch of uncrowded beach of several kilometers swept by consistent, onshore wind. When the wind does not blow, the beach break waves and shallow water of Muizenberg make it an ideal spot for all levels of Surfers, Stand Up Paddle Surfers and Bodyboarders with small to medium size waves breaking close to shore and in deeper water.

 

Nightlife, Muizenberg offers the best surfing vibes in Cape Town, it is a Surfer/Kitesurfer little town. Kalk Bay, about 10 min walk away offers the wildest parties with Restaurants and Bars like Polana and Brass Bell, both cool places to meet local and international watersport enthusiasts. Authentic people with authentic parties!

 

Kite- and Watersportspot: Muizenberg

Muizenberg and its immediate surroundings offer the widest possibility of diverstity of

activities in Cape Town. Situated in the South Peninsula, Muizenberg is unsurpassed by its authenticity, nature, people and diversity of things to do. In contrast to the all-concrete and ultra-commercial West Coast and Atlantic Seaboard coastline suburbs of Cape Town, the peninsula still boasts areas of untouched fauna and flora.

 

Kitesurfing. Muizenberg is the windiest kitesurfing spot in Cape Town. Wind strength is much more consistent throughout the day than in any other place. A typical Kitesurfing summers day in Muizenberg has about 15-18 knots wind in the morning, picking up progressively to 25-30 knots in the afternoon. Due to a unique thermal effect and to its proximity to the Cape of Good Hope, a moderate on-shore wind blows into Muizenberg on afternoons even forecasted with no wind. A real paradise for Kitesurfers!

 

SUP’ing. Stand Up Paddling on windless mornings on endless waves facing the Beach in Muizenberg, or paddling out to encounter Whales, Seals or Dolphins further out in false bay, are amongst the unforgettable experiences you will be talking about for a long time!

 

Surfing. Surfing conditions are what made Muizenberg`s reputation as the best surfbreak to learn on. Apart from being the only surfspot with warm water in Cape Town, Muizenberg also offers beach breaks suitable for all levels of Surfing. Shallow water and small waves near the beach are ideal for learning to surf and beginner level. The waves on the outside offer medium sized waves for progression into intermediate surfing skills.

 

Kite Bugguy’ing. The constant on-shore wind sweeping the long un-crowded stretch of beach between Muizenberg and Strandfontein allows cruising for kilometres on light winds on a kite-buggy. In strong wind conditions, the spot allows for racing on the hard sand at low tide.

 

FACTS:

 

 

Water Type:

Flat, Small Wave (< 1m), Medium Wave (1-3m)

Hazards:

None

Water Quality:

Clean

Best Tide:

Tide Independent

Beautiful waves, clean and flat in between.

Also the best spot in Cape Town for freestyle,

without any doubt, with super smooth water

at low tide.

Beach Type:

Long, sandy beach.

Best Wind Months:

January, February, March, April, October,

November, December

Wind Type:

Consistent. (moderate to strong)

Best Wind Direction:

ESE, SE, SSE, S

Main Wind Direction:

ESE, SE, SSE, S, SSW, SW

In summer, the wind is mostly S to SE. This is the

perfect wind (also known as the “Cape Doctor”)

 

For more advice visit Surfstore Africa's website below:

 

www.surfstore.co.za

 

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World Kitesurf Spots and Destinations | Kitesurfatlas.com

World Kitesurf Spots and Destinations | Kitesurfatlas.com | Kite surfing spots and destinations | Scoop.it
Kitesurfatlas is your guide to the best kiteboarding spots around the world. Look for your next kitesurf spot searching by country, type, style, best month using the Kite Spot Finder, or browse the interactive kiteboarding spots map.

Via Axel Arnd
Surfstore Africa's insight:

 

MUIZENBERG/Sunrise beach

 

Muizenberg, Surfers village, between Mountain and Ocean, one of Cape Towns most southernly suburbs is just a 20 min drive from the City center. The water in Muizenberg is warm, with safe beach break waves. For those who like Kitesurfing, the wind statistics are the most consistent accross the whole of South Africa. Muizenberg offers a large stretch of uncrowded beach of several kilometers swept by consistent, onshore wind. When the wind does not blow, the beach break waves and shallow water of Muizenberg make it an ideal spot for all levels of Surfers, Stand Up Paddle Surfers and Bodyboarders with small to medium size waves breaking close to shore and in deeper water.

 

Nightlife, Muizenberg offers the best surfing vibes in Cape Town, it is a Surfer/Kitesurfer little town. Kalk Bay, about 10 min walk away offers the wildest parties with Restaurants and Bars like Polana and Brass Bell, both cool places to meet local and international watersport enthusiasts. Authentic people with authentic parties!

 

Kite- and Watersportspot: Muizenberg

Muizenberg and its immediate surroundings offer the widest possibility of diverstity of

activities in Cape Town. Situated in the South Peninsula, Muizenberg is unsurpassed by its authenticity, nature, people and diversity of things to do. In contrast to the all-concrete and ultra-commercial West Coast and Atlantic Seaboard coastline suburbs of Cape Town, the peninsula still boasts areas of untouched fauna and flora.

 

Kitesurfing. Muizenberg is the windiest kitesurfing spot in Cape Town. Wind strength is much more consistent throughout the day than in any other place. A typical Kitesurfing summers day in Muizenberg has about 15-18 knots wind in the morning, picking up progressively to 25-30 knots in the afternoon. Due to a unique thermal effect and to its proximity to the Cape of Good Hope, a moderate on-shore wind blows into Muizenberg on afternoons even forecasted with no wind. A real paradise for Kitesurfers!

 

SUP’ing. Stand Up Paddling on windless mornings on endless waves facing the Beach in Muizenberg, or paddling out to encounter Whales, Seals or Dolphins further out in false bay, are amongst the unforgettable experiences you will be talking about for a long time!

 

Surfing. Surfing conditions are what made Muizenberg`s reputation as the best surfbreak to learn on. Apart from being the only surfspot with warm water in Cape Town, Muizenberg also offers beach breaks suitable for all levels of Surfing. Shallow water and small waves near the beach are ideal for learning to surf and beginner level. The waves on the outside offer medium sized waves for progression into intermediate surfing skills.

 

Kite Bugguy’ing. The constant on-shore wind sweeping the long un-crowded stretch of beach between Muizenberg and Strandfontein allows cruising for kilometres on light winds on a kite-buggy. In strong wind conditions, the spot allows for racing on the hard sand at low tide.

 

FACTS:

 

 

Water Type:

Flat, Small Wave (< 1m), Medium Wave (1-3m)

Hazards:

None

Water Quality:

Clean

Best Tide:

Tide Independent

Beautiful waves, clean and flat in between.

Also the best spot in Cape Town for freestyle,

without any doubt, with super smooth water

at low tide.

Beach Type:

Long, sandy beach.

Best Wind Months:

January, February, March, April, October,

November, December

Wind Type:

Consistent. (moderate to strong)

Best Wind Direction:

ESE, SE, SSE, S

Main Wind Direction:

ESE, SE, SSE, S, SSW, SW

In summer, the wind is mostly S to SE. This is the

perfect wind (also known as the “Cape Doctor”)

 

For more advice visit Surfstore Africa's website below:

 

www.surfstore.co.za

 

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Surfstore Africa's curator insight, August 29, 2013 8:51 AM
MUIZENBERG/Sunrise beach Muizenberg, Surfers village, between Mountain and Ocean, one of Cape Towns most southernly suburbs is just a 20 min drive from the City center. The water in Muizenberg is warm, with safe beach break waves. For those who like Kitesurfing, the wind statistics are the most consistent accross the whole of South Africa. Muizenberg offers a large stretch of uncrowded beach of several kilometers swept by consistent, onshore wind. When the wind does not blow, the beach break waves and shallow water of Muizenberg make it an ideal spot for all levels of Surfers, Stand Up Paddle Surfers and Bodyboarders with small to medium size waves breaking close to shore and in deeper water. Nightlife, Muizenberg offers the best surfing vibes in Cape Town, it is a Surfer/Kitesurfer little town. Kalk Bay, about 10 min walk away offers the wildest parties with Restaurants and Bars like Polana and Brass Bell, both cool places to meet local and international watersport enthusiasts. Authentic people with authentic parties! Kite- and Watersportspot: Muizenberg Muizenberg and its immediate surroundings offer the widest possibility of diverstity of activities in Cape Town. Situated in the South Peninsula, Muizenberg is unsurpassed by its authenticity, nature, people and diversity of things to do. In contrast to the all-concrete and ultra-commercial West Coast and Atlantic Seaboard coastline suburbs of Cape Town, the peninsula still boasts areas of untouched fauna and flora. Kitesurfing. Muizenberg is the windiest kitesurfing spot in Cape Town. Wind strength is much more consistent throughout the day than in any other place. A typical Kitesurfing summers day in Muizenberg has about 15-18 knots wind in the morning, picking up progressively to 25-30 knots in the afternoon. Due to a unique thermal effect and to its proximity to the Cape of Good Hope, a moderate on-shore wind blows into Muizenberg on afternoons even forecasted with no wind. A real paradise for Kitesurfers! SUP’ing. Stand Up Paddling on windless mornings on endless waves facing the Beach in Muizenberg, or paddling out to encounter Whales, Seals or Dolphins further out in false bay, are amongst the unforgettable experiences you will be talking about for a long time! Surfing. Surfing conditions are what made Muizenberg`s reputation as the best surfbreak to learn on. Apart from being the only surfspot with warm water in Cape Town, Muizenberg also offers beach breaks suitable for all levels of Surfing. Shallow water and small waves near the beach are ideal for learning to surf and beginner level. The waves on the outside offer medium sized waves for progression into intermediate surfing skills. Kite Bugguy’ing. The constant on-shore wind sweeping the long un-crowded stretch of beach between Muizenberg and Strandfontein allows cruising for kilometres on light winds on a kite-buggy. In strong wind conditions, the spot allows for racing on the hard sand at low tide. FACTS: Water Type: Flat, Small Wave (< 1m), Medium Wave (1-3m) Hazards: None Water Quality: Clean Best Tide: Tide Independent Beautiful waves, clean and flat in between. Also the best spot in Cape Town for freestyle, without any doubt, with super smooth water at low tide. Beach Type: Long, sandy beach. Best Wind Months: January, February, March, April, October, November, December Wind Type: Consistent. (moderate to strong) Best Wind Direction: ESE, SE, SSE, S Main Wind Direction: ESE, SE, SSE, S, SSW, SW In summer, the wind is mostly S to SE. This is the perfect wind (also known as the “Cape Doctor”)