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Sri Lanka – exotic at every step and filled with kiteboarding each day.

Charming with its rich and majestic nature, an island in the Indian Ocean, known to many as the ancient Ceylon and today often referred to simply as paradise on Earth – Sri Lanka. From authentic preserved ancient temples, unique flora and fauna, tea plantations, the island’s signature train route, to the most beautiful beaches, globally renowned surfing spots, and some of the best conditions for catching the wind during the Europe’s cooler seasons. However, during that time, the temperature on the island is anything but cooler, as the thermometer usually reaches around 30 degrees Celsius even in the winter months. One probably cannot even dream of a better place for a winter vacation!

The island features two large lagoons characterized by a flat water and shallow shores. There’s a warm, light wind blowing at around 12-25 knots. Usually, at noon (sometimes earlier) the wind picks up and lasts until the evening, creating excellent conditions with approximately 25 knots of wind speed to accompany the sunset. These conditions are ideal for various disciplines, from freestyle, wing, hydrofoil, strappless freestyle, and even beginner wave riding. A small dune at the top of the lagoon covers the riding area from waves, creating the desired flat water, so much sought after by many riders. Additionally, boats can be used to reach unique, secret spots or embark on a downwind journey in the lagoon and/or the Indian Ocean.


Kelionės kaina

From 950 EUR/pers. - 2 weeks


  • Accommodation in a double room on the coast of the lagoon (14 nights);
  • Private hotel area;
  • Breakfast and dinner;
  • Practical safety briefing, spot overview, and guidance;
  • 3-hours of kiteboarding lessons for beginners or 2 advanced lessons (prerequisite for the advanced lessons: being able to ride upwind);
  • Equipment storage at the spot;
  • Beach assistant service;
  • WINDTRAIN evening activities;
  • Consultation and assistance in organizing sightseeing trips, excursions, etc.


  • Flight tickets;
  • Transfers (airport, other kite spots, etc.);
  • Personal expenses;
  • Drinks at the restaurant;
  • Downwind trips;
  • Sri Lanka visa.

When to go and what to experience?

There are two wind seasons in Sri Lanka: winter (mid-December to mid-March) and summer (May to September). The most favorable and consistent months to catch the wind are January and February.

From the moment you arrive on the island, authenticity and unique experiences accompany every step. For first-time visitors, it’s recommended to include the Golden Temple of Dambulla, the tea-lover’s paradise of Nuwara Eliya, the heights of Adam’s Peak, and the Sigiriya Rock Fortress in your itinerary. However, if your main goal is to catch the wind and improve your skills, it might be better not to plan too many other visits, as nearly 90 percent of your time will be devoted to kiteboarding—there will hardly be windless days.

Authentic life experiences

We have chosen a very special place for accommodation – just a few steps, 100 meters or so, and you’re ready to kite! The rooms are spacious, equipped with air conditioning, and all the amenities for a comfortable stay. The surrounding environment of the apartments is particularly authentic, and to enjoy it slowly, there are picturesque terraces arranged for cozy gatherings or dinners while experiencing the delicious Kalpitiya region’s cuisine. Lots of fresh air, nature, and pleasant views will accompany you from the beginning to the end of each day. Moreover, the hotel area is completely enclosed, ensuring privacy, so you can enjoy and spend time undisturbed with your own company.


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