Kite Safaris Equipment Rental

Kitesurfing Rental Equipment

If you want to avoid the hassle of flying with your kite gear, are still learning and don’t have your own setup, or prefer not to bring your full quiver of kites on the safari, our fresh fleet of kites, harnesses, control bars, and boards will have you out kiting with maximum performance and dependability.

Our rental fleet is meticulously inspected and cared for before, during, and after every kitesurfing trip, so you can be sure your rental setup is ready to perform at the highest levels. Guaranteed top-quality freshness!


Whether you are taking an Introductory Course, out throwing back mobes, or foiling to the horizon in light wind, we have all the kite models and sizes you need. Kite sizes range from 6M to 21M.

Twin-Tip and Directional Boards

We have the full mix of twin-tip and directional boards for you to choose from in a variety of sizes.

Foil Set-ups

The foiling revolution is here! We have top-of-the-line foil set-ups to get you up and riding with performance and ease.

Harnesses and Control Bars

No performance corner is cut with our selection of harnesses and control bars. Big or little, you’re covered—we have rental harness sizes from Small to Xtra-Large.

Rental Rates

Complete Kit – Twin-Tip

(Includes kites, twin-tip boards, harness, and control bar)
380€ / week
80€ / daily


280€ / week (two kites)
50€ / daily

Flysurfer Kites

(basic instruction included)
450€ / week (two kites)
100€ / daily

Twin-Tip and Directional Boards

100€ / week
40€ / daily

Foil Setups

350€ / week
100€ / daily

Harnesses and Control Bars

75€ / week
25€ / daily

Important Rental Information:

  • Rental equipment is only included during lessons—any usage outside of the lesson will require booking at the above rates.
  • Rental inventory is often in high demand—reservations are strongly recommended to secure availability.
  • Pre-booked weekly rentals are prioritized over non-reserved daily requests.
  • Damage insurance is available for 5€ to 10€ per day (depending on items rented).
  • Riders must be able to consistently stay upwind and know proper self-rescue techniques in order to rent equipment.