Monday, July 14, 2014
Monday, June 9, 2014
Monday, May 19, 2014
Friday, May 9, 2014
COACHING clinics really help take you to the next level in our Kiting. My first experience was last year with Nico and what a lot of progress I made in just 1 week! This year Kitesurfing Lanka will have Brice who has lots of experience with coaching.
Brice is a certified instructor in sailing, windsurfing, kitesurfing (Brevet d’Etat), and opinion leader for 4 years for various brands (Naish : windsurfing in 2006 and Slingshot: Kiteboarding since 2010).
|The Week Pack *||550€||The Week Pack, it’s:|
|The 3 Days Pack*||450€||The 3 Days Pack, it’s:|
|The Day Pack*||210€||The Day Pack, it’s :|
|The Half Day Pack – morning*||150€||The Half Day Pack – morning, it’s:|
|The Half Day Pack – Afternoon*||100€||The Half Day Pack – afternoon, it’s:|
|Private Coaching||90€/ hour||PLUS of Private Coaching, it’s:|
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
What a great year it has been! The team is now full on for the 2014 season. Lots of developments at our Kite Camp. The Kiting still will be epic and you will surely have a great time with the crew at Kitesurfing Lanka in Kalpitiya.
Friday, March 21, 2014
Saturday, March 15, 2014
Thursday, February 27, 2014
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
They are sailing around Sri Lanka and made a stop at Kalpitiya! sailors had to say.
Rob’s experience today
“An early start as the forecast predicted storms in the afternoon. After a knock on the door at 6 it was time to leave the paradise of Bay Reef Resort. Just time for a quick breakfast of Mars Bars and bananas we were ready to leave. A steady breeze from the North East made the perfect start. The winds were shifting all morning and trying to push us off shore. We decided to tack back to land hugging the shore all the way around. Once the wind shifted to North West it was a little choppy away from shore but with Jeremy at the helm any sailor would have felt comfortable. As we rounded the headland we were met by the owner of Kitesurfing Lanka flying along side us on his kite board. The beaching point was in sight and we beached at yet another idyllic setting in Kalpitiya.”
Now over to Jeremy
“As mentioned by Rob, with the sweet taste of Mars Bars in the mouth at 6:30 in the morning ,we came to the beach & started sailing off at 7:10. To try & get to Kalpitiya 11nm away before the high winds & rough seas predicted for the afternoon. We sailed on a wind shift between NE & NW and came into Kalpitiya in about 10kts of wind & an increase in the sea chop. From out at sea we reached into shore towards our new navigational device which is the sun reflecting off the iPad screen. No need to switch it on and load the ‘app for that.’ We had a welcome greeting from our friend Dilsiri of Kitesurfing Lanka who came along flying with his kite out to meet us.
Follow the progress - https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sailanka-supported-by-Land-Rover/664901686882001
Sunday, February 23, 2014
In Sri Lanka we have many dogs. Where we Kitesurf you can see them chasing after the riders or just frequenting hotels in search for food.
There is no system to sterilize them to control the population. Many will be killed or severely beaten in a way to ward them.
Crackers was a dog now cared for. Running a hotel, I was in no position to adopt her. She had a nice temperament.
We search for an organization to try find a solution. It was thanks to KSL guest Marcel and Christel who really pushed us to look for something for her. Then came Natalia who was able to work with the Hope Foundation and finally rescue Crackers!
See the story;