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 Ras Nungwi

Tanzania

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 5° 43.129' S
Longitude: 39° 17.958' E

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English (Translate this text in English): The Northern tip of Zanzibar

The Northern tip of Zanzibar

English (Translate this text in English): The Northern tip of Zanzibar

English (Translate this text in English): The Northern tip of Zanzibar

English (Translate this text in English): The Northern tip of Zanzibar

Distance to a city Sell the house, wife and kids

Access time Instant access (< 5min)

Easy to find? Easy to find

Public access? Public access

Special access No access issues

 Kite Spot Characteristics

Alternative name Zanzibar

Spot quality Great

Experience Everyone

Type Lagoon

Kite/wind? Good for KiteSurf, Good for WindSurf

Style Wave, Bump & Jump

Day timing Afternoon, Evening 

Dangers Reef/Rocks, Sharks 

Week crowd Empty

Week-end crowd Empty

Environment

Water quality Crystal-clear

Current None

Bottom Sandy with rock

Tide No tide dependency

Amenities

Gear-Shop, Repair-Shop, School

Local wind

Type Venturi wind

Force Medium (16 - 25 knots)

Main dir. SouthEast

Best dir. 

Best dir. relative Side-onshore

Period From All year to All year

More infos 

English (Translate this text in English): Zanzibar has 2 different trade winds. The “Kuzi” which blow's from the South East, starts in April and blows through out our winter till the End of December. This wind is quite consistent, and blows at an average speed of 18 knots. The wind is quite calm in the mornings and picks up later on in the day at around 14:00.

By late afternoon it can be blowing 25 knots and is very consistent. This allows the kite surfer to go between the beach and the reef as the wind blows side shore along Ras Nungwi’s beach. This side shore wind is Ideal for wave ridding and heading out the reef.

The “KaziKazi” wind starts to blow around the 20th December and continues till the beginning of April. It’s a much stronger wind than that of the Kuzi and it blows from the North. It’s referred to as the Northern Monsoon wind.

The wind speed is between 15 to 30 knots. Its most strongest in the morning and tends to get a bit lighter as the afternoon approaches. At Ras Nungwi it blows slightly on shore, which allows the kite surfer to kite pretty much parallel to the beach and in case of any trouble at least the wind will blow you back to the beach.

Zanzibar has 2 different trade winds. The “Kuzi” which blow's from the South East, starts in April and blows through out our winter till the End of December. This wind is quite consistent, and blows at an average speed of 18 knots. The wind is quite calm in the mornings and picks up later on in the day at around 14:00.

By late afternoon it can be blowing 25 knots and is very consistent. This allows the kite surfer to go between the beach and the reef as the wind blows side shore along Ras Nungwi’s beach. This side shore wind is Ideal for wave ridding and heading out the reef.

The “KaziKazi” wind starts to blow around the 20th December and continues till the beginning of April. It’s a much stronger wind than that of the Kuzi and it blows from the North. It’s referred to as the Northern Monsoon wind.

The wind speed is between 15 to 30 knots. Its most strongest in the morning and tends to get a bit lighter as the afternoon approaches. At Ras Nungwi it blows slightly on shore, which allows the kite surfer to kite pretty much parallel to the beach and in case of any trouble at least the wind will blow you back to the beach.

English (Translate this text in English): Zanzibar has 2 different trade winds. The “Kuzi” which blow's from the South East, starts in April and blows through out our winter till the End of December. This wind is quite consistent, and blows at an average speed of 18 knots. The wind is quite calm in the mornings and picks up later on in the day at around 14:00.

By late afternoon it can be blowing 25 knots and is very consistent. This allows the kite surfer to go between the beach and the reef as the wind blows side shore along Ras Nungwi’s beach. This side shore wind is Ideal for wave ridding and heading out the reef.

The “KaziKazi” wind starts to blow around the 20th December and continues till the beginning of April. It’s a much stronger wind than that of the Kuzi and it blows from the North. It’s referred to as the Northern Monsoon wind.

The wind speed is between 15 to 30 knots. Its most strongest in the morning and tends to get a bit lighter as the afternoon approaches. At Ras Nungwi it blows slightly on shore, which allows the kite surfer to kite pretty much parallel to the beach and in case of any trouble at least the wind will blow you back to the beach.

English (Translate this text in English): Zanzibar has 2 different trade winds. The “Kuzi” which blow's from the South East, starts in April and blows through out our winter till the End of December. This wind is quite consistent, and blows at an average speed of 18 knots. The wind is quite calm in the mornings and picks up later on in the day at around 14:00.

By late afternoon it can be blowing 25 knots and is very consistent. This allows the kite surfer to go between the beach and the reef as the wind blows side shore along Ras Nungwi’s beach. This side shore wind is Ideal for wave ridding and heading out the reef.

The “KaziKazi” wind starts to blow around the 20th December and continues till the beginning of April. It’s a much stronger wind than that of the Kuzi and it blows from the North. It’s referred to as the Northern Monsoon wind.

The wind speed is between 15 to 30 knots. Its most strongest in the morning and tends to get a bit lighter as the afternoon approaches. At Ras Nungwi it blows slightly on shore, which allows the kite surfer to kite pretty much parallel to the beach and in case of any trouble at least the wind will blow you back to the beach.

English (Translate this text in English): Zanzibar has 2 different trade winds. The “Kuzi” which blow's from the South East, starts in April and blows through out our winter till the End of December. This wind is quite consistent, and blows at an average speed of 18 knots. The wind is quite calm in the mornings and picks up later on in the day at around 14:00.

By late afternoon it can be blowing 25 knots and is very consistent. This allows the kite surfer to go between the beach and the reef as the wind blows side shore along Ras Nungwi’s beach. This side shore wind is Ideal for wave ridding and heading out the reef.

The “KaziKazi” wind starts to blow around the 20th December and continues till the beginning of April. It’s a much stronger wind than that of the Kuzi and it blows from the North. It’s referred to as the Northern Monsoon wind.

The wind speed is between 15 to 30 knots. Its most strongest in the morning and tends to get a bit lighter as the afternoon approaches. At Ras Nungwi it blows slightly on shore, which allows the kite surfer to kite pretty much parallel to the beach and in case of any trouble at least the wind will blow you back to the beach.

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): Beautiful lagoon, with acces to waves off the reefs for the brave. Few, kiters, great diving - paradise

Beautiful lagoon, with acces to waves off the reefs for the brave. Few, kiters, great diving - paradise

English (Translate this text in English): Beautiful lagoon, with acces to waves off the reefs for the brave. Few, kiters, great diving - paradise

English (Translate this text in English): Beautiful lagoon, with acces to waves off the reefs for the brave. Few, kiters, great diving - paradise

English (Translate this text in English): Beautiful lagoon, with acces to waves off the reefs for the brave. Few, kiters, great diving - paradise

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