We are passionate about kitesurfing and love to share the stoke so that many can enjoy this incredible lifestyle with us. We believe anybody is able to learn how to kitesurf, from young to old, with or without previous experience in watersports.
If you believe it, you’ll achieve it!
We offer different packages of kiteboarding lessons, each designed to your individual needs. When you choose Kiteboarding Bonaire, be confident that our instructors have all gone through an extensive training course to assure a personalized methodology of training.
Learning to kiteboard is best learned by breaking the process down into smaller, measurable skill sets fit to your learning needs.
Beginner / Discovery
Curious if this is the sport for you?
Discover the basics of kitesurfing in this introduction lesson: safety, wind direction, confidence and kite control. After a short introduction at our bus you’ll start off on the beach together with your instructor where you’ll learn how to launch, control and land with a trainer (smaller) kite.
Once you've get the hang of it we set up a real kite and hit the water where you'll learn body dragging (the power generated by the kite which moves you forward on the water.) We adjust the beginner lesson to your personal needs and learning curve and use the lesson time as efficient as possible.
Let’s get you riding! Do you want to know how it feels to get your first independent ride on the water?
If you choose this package, you will lay the perfect foundation for your kiteboarding skills. We’ll begin with a trainer kite on the beach, but quickly move to the water for the real work.
After you have gained good control of the kite and you can do body dragging on both sides, we can grab the board and you can try to ride.
Independent Rider Plus
Do you want to learn how to kiteboard by yourself? Besides good kite control, the safety procedures, and riding on the board, we focus on independent riding in the independent riding plus class.
This means that you will be able to ride longer distances by yourself, and that you will be able to stay upwind (into the wind). The right body and board position are important skills you’ll learn to master.
If you’ve developed this technique and a feel for this, then you can ride by yourself!