Oahu Kiteboarding Lessons
To take part in Hawaii Kiteboard Lessons, there is absolutely no prior experience needed! You just have to be able to swim.
Oahu Kiteboard Lessons give you the perfect way to discover kitesurfing—and they’re available through Oahu Activities Discount! During the first portion of your lesson, you’ll be taught about how important proper safety is to the sport of Hawaii Kiteboarding, and you’ll also be told about wind theory and how it relates to the sport. You’ll be brought through the various steps of setting up the equipment, launching, and landing. Next, you’ll learn the steps of body dragging in the water and piloting a 4 line kite. As you master these skills, you’ll be ready to work on getting up on the board and actually riding. Your Hawaii Kiteboard Lesson will bring you through all of these necessary steps and will provide you with the most up to date equipment.
During your Hawaii Vacation, consider taking the whole group on Oahu Kiteboard Lessons that are offered by Oahu Activities Discount. There is only one true place to learn Hawaii Kiteboarding, and that’s in Kailua Bay in Oahu! Oahu Kiteboarding Lessons will give you a unique and fun way to spend your time in Hawaii. The peak season for Hawaii Kiteboarding is from June through August, so be sure to make your reservations soon through Oahu Activities Discount!
- Visit Kailua Bay
- Learn to kitesurf with the only official IKO kiteboarding center on Oahu
- No experience is necessary
- Where and When:
- Lesson times:
9:00 am, 11:00 am, 1:00 pm & 3:00 pm
Check in 15 minutes prior to your selected lesson time at 171 Hamakua Drive, Kailua, HI 96734 View Map
- Special Notes:
- This is an intro kitesurfing lesson, which is focused mostly on theory and less on actual kitesurfing in the ocean. Realistically, to be up and kitesurfing in the open ocean, it takes several lessons and practice.
- Operation Days:
- 2 hours
- Hawaiian Watersports Kiteboarding
- Equipment is provided from solid brands like Cabrinha, Slingshot and Liquid force. Helmets and lifejackets are required by insurance standards.