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  • Kitesurf Thailand and fly over its beautiful waves
  • Relax on stunning beaches after a day spent kiting
  • Store your kite equipment on your very own luxury yacht
Kitesurfing in Thailand is becoming more and more popular every year. If you love a dash of adrenaline, kitesurfing is the ideal activity to add to your Thailand cruise. Imagine flying over crystalline waters, zipping past stunning Thai beaches with the wind powering your kite - and then jumping into the water from the deck of your yacht, before enjoying a sundowner drink in front of a multicoloured sunset.
There are several kitesurfing locations in Thailand, and several islands also have kitesurfing schools where you can have some lessons or brush up your skills before hitting the waves on your own. Phuket, Krabi, Koh Samui and Koh Pha Ngan all have kitesurfing schools and shops where you can rent equipment. Conditions are good year round, and the weather and water temperature are usually great - however, as kitesurfing in Thailand is increasing in popularity, kite beaches in top tourist locations are likely to be crowded. If you truly want to enjoy kitesurfing in Thailand with no other tourists in sight, opt to get away from the beaten track - this 5 day sailing and kitesurfing tour departs from Koh Chang and includes some of the least known islands in the Gulf, like Koh Wai and Koh Kood, with daily kitesurfing opportunities.

Learn more about kitesurfing in Thailand below!

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