Kitesurfing In Montenegro

The Indy, the Tai Pan, the Seatbelt. These are names for moves, or 'board grabs’ in kitesurfing. So, what is kitesurfing? And how can you get in to it? Kitesurfing is an internationally renowned extreme sport that has literally ‘taken off’ in the last decade. Participants ride a board (with or without bindings) and take part individually in open bodies of water, mainly off coastlines and on lakes. Using a water-relaunchable kite to ride through water, they can reach amazing speeds, and perform jumps, grabs and rotations.
The great thing about kite boarding is that you can do it all over the world; it is a great way to meet local’s people and see more of your favorite beach vacation spots. Once you’re in you’re in for life and a lifestyle that can not be beaten even with a big stick.

Kitesurfing In Montenegro

If you want to have a go then you have come to the right place!!!

We offer IKO kite surfing courses and Kite rental for beginners to advanced. Kite surf Courses are taught by qualified staff who will take you through the different levels.

IKO Level 1 Beginner Course

  • Carry and setup the kite and lines
  • Fly small kite on the wind window edge
  • Learn how to control the kite power
  • Launching and landing the kite
  • Fly a kite hooked to the harness
  • Activate the safety system
  • Perform a downwind course by body dragging
  • Prelaunch a kite from the water
  • Perform a self-rescue

IKO level 2 Intermediate course

  • Define if the practice area is safe
  • Set up and check the equipment alone (kite lines and control bar)
  • Body drag in all directions
  • Controlling the kite in the power area with one hand
  • Learn the water start.
  • Recover the board in deep water and position the feet in the foot straps with constant control over the kite
  • Ride the board while moving the kite up and down
  • Tie the board leash alone
Kitesurfing In Montenegro

IKO level 3 Advanced course

  • Know the right of way rules
  • Ride away from the shore and come back
  • Edge on the heel and toe and moving the kite
  • Stop by Edging
  • Be able to keep on the edge
  • Ride away from the shore and come back
  • Ride upwind
  • Ride constantly upwind
  • Recover the board without the leash by body dragging upwind
  • Switch of direction
  • Know the theoretical approach to jumping
  • Perform a small jump and land
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