Cape Town
Kitesurfing Holidays

Why choose us

The success of your element-based adventures in foreign countries relies on unpredictable weather and unfamiliar places. Our local knowledge helps you get the most out of what Mother Nature offers during your stay in the Mother City.

The Where There’s Wind crew provides visitors with an experience of kitesurfing in Cape Town that’s authentically local, perfectly comfortable and ridiculously fun.

What's included

accommodation

Your home for the duration of your stay is the luxurious Kite House, nestled in Bishopscourt under the watchful gaze of Table Mountain.

transport

Wherever you want to go, we’ll take you there. Whether it’s a new kiting spot or an afternoon of wine tasting, your chauffeur awaits.

breakfast

We wouldn’t want you to be weak with hunger before a late morning downwinder, now would we? That’s why breakfast is on us.

The Kite House

Pretty sweet view, hey?

The House

Situated in Bishopscourt, one of Cape Town’s most spectacular suburbs, your holiday home has a unique view of the back of Table Mountain, looking up Skeleton Gorge.

Not only is the house surrounded by natural beauty, it’s also located a mere twenty minutes from famous kitesurfing spots such as Kite Beach in Blouberg. With some of South Africa’s finest wine estates sprinkled within ten minutes of your base, you’ll still have plenty to do when the wind drops. Find out more about where to kite in Cape Town and discover our range of activities below for calm days.

Entertainment

One thing we guarantee: the pool is warmer than the sea.

After an evening swim, choose a patio overlooking the mountain as you sip on sundowners. Tired after a long day of kiteboarding in Cape Town and exploring the Mother City? Put your feet up and relax in one of the comfortable lounge areas, connect to WiFi to share you experience, or watch a show on television. Our recommendation? Light a braai on the stoep and watch the sun go down.

Entertainment

One thing we guarantee: the pool is warmer than the sea.

After an evening swim, choose a patio overlooking the mountain as you sip on sundowners. Tired after a long day of kiteboarding in Cape Town and exploring the Mother City? Put your feet up and relax in one of the comfortable lounge areas, connect to WiFi to share you experience, or watch a show on television. Our recommendation? Light a braai on the stoep and watch the sun go down.

Bedrooms

Who gets the single? Who gets the double? Does it really matter if you get to kite all day?

There are five bedrooms to choose from in the Kite House. You’ll find three upstairs – one king size with an ensuite, and a double that shares a guest bathroom with a single room. Two additional rooms can be found downstairs, each with their own bathroom. Each of the five rooms can sleep two or three people.

Activities

We can't control Mother Nature, but our local knowledge can help you make the most of what she offers on your holiday. On windless days, a range of activities are available around the Kite House.

Wine Tasting

The Western Cape is home to a large portion of South Africa’s award-winning wines and wine farms. Places like Stellenbosch, Franschhoek, and even Hermanus are well-known for their magnificent wine routes, but the real beauty of Cape Town lies less than 10 minutes drive from the Kite House: the Constantia Valley. Eat, taste and tour your way through the farms and let your chauffeur take you home once you’ve had your fill.

 

Travel Time: 10 min

Table Mountain

The cable car of this prominent landmark starts above Cape Town city centre, just a 25 minute drive along the edge of the mountain. This beautiful mountain can be hiked from many starting points, including Kirstenbosch Gardens (2 minutes from Kite House). Take some time to view the city from a completely different perspective.

Travel Time: 25 min

Muizenberg

Muizenberg beach is ideal for surfing or kiting. Packed with backroads filled with hidden bakeries, coffee shops, galleries, theatres and local craft stalls, Muizenberg is the perfect place to experience a culturally rich and humble surf town. Head down to Surfer’s Corner, where the warmer water is ideal for a casual paddle on those windless days. Also check out their Friday market at the Blue Bird Garage for tasty treats and refreshments, and then head to the Striped Horse to cap off the evening.

Travel Time: 15 min

Lions Head

Perched at around 669m above sea level, Lion’s Head looms above Cape Town and the surrounding ocean like a sentinel. The relatively short and easy hike (but not to be underestimated) offers phenomenal views of the Mother City, Table Bay, Robben Island and the Atlantic Ocean. Join us for a sunrise hike or make the pilgrimage on a full moon, when we’ll hike up for sunset and watch the spectacular moonrise.

Travel Time: 25 min

Kirstenbosch

Located on the Eastern foot of Table Mountain, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens offer a perfect place to relax, have a picnic or go for a day hike up Table Mountain. During the Summer season Kirstenbosch hosts sunset concerts, which are perfect for a lazy Sunday. A mixed lineup of international and local talent take to the stage of this majestic venue, under the shadow of the mountain, to entertain the crowds in its lush, green gardens.

Travel Time: 2 min

Hout Bay

A short 20km from Cape Town CBD, lies Hout Bay. Named after the wood from its once lush forest, Hout Bay boasts long, white sandy beaches, art galleries, restaurants and a working harbour that serves its thriving fishing industry. On Fridays and Saturdays, the Hout Bay Market comes alive in the authentic fish factory of the harbour, where local creativity meets good vibes. It’s here that people of all ages and cultures come together to celebrate our unique South African spirit.

 

Travel Time: 15 min

Boulders Beach

A short 20km from Cape Town CBD, lies Hout Bay. Named after the wood from its once lush forest, Hout Bay boasts long, white sandy beaches, art galleries, restaurants and a working harbour that serves its thriving fishing industry. On Fridays and Saturdays, the Hout Bay Market comes alive in the authentic fish factory of the harbour, where local creativity meets good vibes. It’s here that people of all ages and cultures come together to celebrate our unique South African spirit.

Travel Time: 40 min

Camps Bay

At the foot of the Twelve Apostles mountain range and adjacent to Table Mountain lies Camps Bay. If you’re looking for a selfie…kiff. Some fancy, posh cocktails…even kiffer. A view that would knock you off your feet? Well then, Camps Bay is where it’s at. You’ll find mellow cafes, classy cocktail bars, white sand beaches and turquoise blue water, and you’re up for a pretty schweeeet sunset too.

Travel Time: 25 min

Cape Point

At the foot of the Twelve Apostles mountain range and adjacent to Table Mountain lies Camps Bay. If you’re looking for a selfie…kiff. Some fancy, posh cocktails…even kiffer. A view that would knock you off your feet? Well then, Camps Bay is where it’s at. You’ll find mellow cafes, classy cocktail bars, white sand beaches and turquoise blue water, and you’re up for a pretty schweeeet sunset too.

 

Travel Time: 45 min

V&A Waterfront

The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, situated in the heart of South Africa’s oldest working harbour, has become one of Cape Town’s most visited tourist attractions. Much of its charm lies in the fact that the large commercial harbour is set against the backdrop of magnificent sea and mountain views and boasts a huge entertainment venue with pubs, restaurants, craft markets, theatres and movie houses the V&A waterfront offers nothing less than a world class experience.

Travel Time: 20 min

Oaklands Estate

The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, situated in the heart of South Africa’s oldest working harbour, has become one of Cape Town’s most visited tourist attractions. Much of its charm lies in the fact that the large commercial harbour is set against the backdrop of magnificent sea and mountain views and boasts a huge entertainment venue with pubs, restaurants, craft markets, theatres and movie houses the V&A waterfront offers nothing less than a world class experience.

Travel Time: 90 min

Markets

Looking for a taste of local food, artisanal coffee or handmade crafts? Cape Town boasts numerous markets with live music, epic locations and rustic-chic vibes. Whether breakfast, lunch, dinner or snacks, these markets are buzzing throughout the summer season. Offered on most days of the week, they make for an awesome evening outing or morning walkabout.

 

Travel Time: 20 min

Pricing

All package prices are for 10 days.
Price will vary based on the number of guests.

Ten

€ 1200

per person

Eight

€ 1400

per person

Six

€ 1800

per person

Four

€ 2500

per person