Villa Vedici Cambodia Kitesurfing

Activity Kampot. Cambodia Published on: 13-11-2015

08:00 AM - 04:30 PM
First-time visit
2 hour
Agency Office
Highlight of the city
Half day Tour
Concerts & Sports
70.00 USD

Villa Vedici Cambodia Kitesurfing is good for

Good for family with kids Family with kids Good
Good for senior Senior Good
Good for couple Couple Good
Good for solo Solo Good
Good for group Group Good
  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
The IKO is the world’s leading kiteboarding organisation, specializing in kiteboard education, promoting safe practices and enhancing the highest standards for the industry.

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Why Villa Vedici Cambodia Kitesurfing is special ?

Cambodia Kiteboarding has operated out of Villa Vedici riverside resort in Kampot for the past six years and is the only company in the Kingdom licensed by the International Kiteboarding Organisation.

The IKO is the world’s leading kiteboarding organisation, specializing in kiteboard education, promoting safe practices and enhancing the highest standards for the industry.

The windy seasons in Kampot run from June to September and November to January. Lessons are held on the Kampong Bay estuary, down river from Villa Vedici resort and offering stunning views of Bokor mountain.

Villa Vedici offers various courses in kite surfing. Most likely one of these courses will be able to satisfy your desires.


What to explore at Villa Vedici Cambodia Kitesurfing?

For those that are still in doubt about kiting, a taster course can be quite useful. It gives you the basics of kiteboarding in two hours. After this run, you know what kite surfing is about and whether or not it has triggered you into continuing following lessons.

The Taster course provides all the fundamentals of kite flying with a power kite:

Power kite training

Pre-flight checks and set up

Re-launch and go

Launching and landing

Site assessment and underpinning knowledge

Water safety and work





Tips and gratuities

Selling points

  • Learning how to kitesurf in Cambodia
  • Best place to learn to kite in the region by far
  • Great Location for Learning to Kite
  • Great place for family day out
  • Good and enthusiastic instructor
2 days in Kampot for family with kids

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2.0 days
129.10 USD
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I started kite boarding lessons two seasons ago in Mui Ne, Vietnam. Quite frustrating due to the shear numbers of kites in the water. I moved onto Boracay Island in the Philippines where I completed the Beginner Package. Same experience with crowded water, surly and jaded instructors, over-priced accommodations. I decided that Thailand must be better, so I signed up for yet another Beginner Package in Hua Hin. At least the water wasn't inundated with other kite boarders, but the wind was inconsistent at best. At the end of all these instruction packages, I was able to get up briefly on the board, and that's about it. I was ready to throw-in the towel and go back to wind surfing. Through word-of-mouth I learned that there was small group of dedicated kite boarders in Kampot, Cambodia. And a certified instructor operating out of the Villa Vedici guest house. So off I went. Paradise found! Flat water (no pounding waves to deal with!), consistent and predictable wind, easy launch area and free from crowds! It's not hard to see why they call it "Secret Beach". Nobody there except for kite boarders (10 at the most on weekends) and the occasional passing fishing boat. But the best part, is that by my second lesson from Villa Vedici, I learned how to go up-wind, which is the critical skill to master before the fun begins with kite boarding. Soon after Villa Vedici had me jumping and learning other maneuvers. I just can't say enough about Villa Vedici kite boarding. It's still a small enough community that you instantly become part of the Cambodian Kite Surfing clan. If you're considering learning the sport, you will learn far faster, spend less money, and have a much easier and faster learning experience if you choose Villa Vedici in Kampot, Cambodia.

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