Dakhla is a peninsula in the south of Morocco, in Western Sahara. Between desert and ocean, this place offers a wild and unusual landscape. Blessed by constant winds, the kitesurfing accommodation in Dakhla hosts an annual stage of the world kitesurfing championships. Its variety of spots offers optimal conditions for all levels.
The Dakhla kite spot is an ideal destination for kite enthusiasts, beginners and advanced alike.
The (warm) wind blows North – North East generally between 15 and 40 knots.
The period from May to September is the windiest, with normally constant winds, but the advantage of this destination is that it works most of the year!
High period: February to September with a peak in June/July/August: strong wind
Low period: October to January: medium wind
In any season, the best time of day to kite is in the afternoon because the wind is always a little lighter in the morning.
Small essential wings! As for the suits, you will be comfortable in shorty but also in a thin integral suit if you are a little afraid of the wind.
Warm temperatures, desert, lagoon, and strong wind peaks… Dakhla offers you the best for your kite-trip!
The conditions in July are optimal, a warm sun, strong winds and water at 22°C! You will be able to meet many other kitesurfers and all levels! The best wings to choose are the small ones! Be careful, it’s school holidays and there are people there!
As in July, August is the hottest and windiest month. At this time of year, the Canary Islands become the perfect playground for all kitesurfers! It’s the middle of the season and there are people…
28 hours of kite lessons are guaranteed per week, i.e. 4 hours per day divided into two sessions.
Spending the winter in Morocco is the ideal temperature level…
Enjoy a good wind power, you can kite every day by alternating the spots.
Take advantage of the April holidays to kite on an incredible landscape, the conditions are sufficient to kite every day.
The wind is getting stronger and stronger, the high season is approaching…
Extend your summer holidays by going to Morocco in September, there may be a little less wind but the temperatures are ideal…
Certainly there is a season a little less well in Dakhla but this spot still has the particularity of operating most of the year, on average 300 days a year.
Even in this season you can practice kite every day, however you should not hesitate to move to other spots in the area because the wind comes from the East. The minimum number of courses provided is 4 per week.
For lack of wind, you can test the wake or wake foil behind a jet ski but also other activities such as a trip from SUP to the island of dragon, surfing, fishing and E-Bike…
Take advantage of the October holidays to go to Morocco, the sun, the heat, and enough wind to place at least 4 sessions in the week!
It is the ideal start to the season for waves kitesurfers, the wind is certainly a little more moderate but the swell is steady and offers good sliding conditions on the west side.
Spending the end of the year holidays in Western Sahara means enjoying mild temperatures and breathtaking scenery. Conditions will not be perfect every day for kiting, but you will have the opportunity to test kite on wave, surf or wakeboard behind a jet ski…!
You are entering the “coldest” period, and yet it is there that you must go if you need a vitamin D cure in the middle of winter! The wind is very variable so you can enjoy some days of very good conditions!
Our kite camp offers you to replace kite lessons with wake, wake foil, surf or SUP…
For surfing, the season for good waves is from October to February.
You will also have the opportunity to visit the surroundings and participate in excursions…
You can bring your own, but given the often varying conditions, it may be easier to rent equipment on site on a daily basis.