A Unique Adventure in the Arabian Peninsula
Nestled in the southeastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula, Oman boasts an impressive array of landscapes and activities for adventure seekers. From soaring mountains to pristine beaches, Oman is a destination that captivate its visitors.
Kitesurfing stands out as a one-of-a-kind adventure not to be missed in Oman.
The stunning 3,165-kilometer coastline, with its steady winds and pristine waters, is excellent for kitesurfing enthusiasts.
Oman is one of the newest kitesurfing destinations, having gained in popularity in recent years.
If you want to experience constant winds while avoiding crowded beaches, here is the place to be.
Not only are the lagoons flat and warm, but there is also a variety of water conditions suitable for any rider, ranging from glass flats to 3m waves.
Mitu Monteiro hailed Oman’s wave spots as the “perfect place for a wave riding clinic.”
What if I told you that the kitesurfing legend will be teaching wave riding in the country of majesty and beauty?
If you want to learn more, keep reading.
Kiteboarding season in Oman
Oman has two nice kite seasons: winter and summer. We strongly believe that the second one is far superior.
From late December to March, there is a chance of wind but no waves.
From June through September, monsoons regularly blow from the Indian Ocean to the Arabian Coast: A brief but intense four-month wind season that provides steady and consistent windy days ideal for kitesurfing lovers.
Are you ready to leave?
Shut your eyes and transport yourself to a Middle Eastern dreamscape surrounded by a breathtaking scenery that invokes countless ‘One Thousand and One Nights’ tales in every corner.
Feel the sand beneath your bare feet. Get your equipment and get ready to hit the water. A steady 25-30 knot wind blows, there is no crowd, and it is a wonderful sunny day. You can ride on the crystal clear water alone or with your travel buddies.
Is it a dream, or is it real?
Sultans of wind – The Movie
Oman has been selected by f-one for the yearly team trip to promote the 2023 new gear collection due to the variety of scenarios that make the country an ideal kite destination.
Maxime Chabloz, Mika Fernandez, Hendrick Lopes, Francesca Maini, Mitu Monteiro, Paulo Serin, and Marcela Witt packed their bags and prepared to embark on an amazing kitesurfing trip.
They cruise the Pearl of Arabia hunting for wind and riding every day till midnight, from the waves of the Indian Ocean and perfect Big Air places of Masirah island to the pristine lagoons for freestyle along the shores of the peninsula.
Don’t miss out and join the f-one team in this journey to the Sultunate.
Before you get lost in the amazing video, remember that you may be the star of the next trip to Oman.
Come to live the unique experience
The pioneer of the strapless discipline, the man that just shown to the world that he is still a formidable opponent for all the younger riders, the kitesurfing legend Mitu Monteiro is coming back to this breathtaking place.
Mitu will be teaching wave riding in Oman this summer.
We stated that Oman is perfect for both beginners and advanced kiters, but in order to attend the clinic, you must be comfortable on a strapless board and have some experience with wave riding.
Don’t hesitate if you have everything it takes. Mitu’s superb teaching technique will do the rest, and your riding skills will improve dramatically.
Are you prepared to move on to the next level?
You will have the option of selecting between two packages at two different prices: Premium and Standard
If you want to learn more, CLICK HERE TO GET THE DETAILED PRESENTATION.
Attention: Places are limited
Oman has become increasingly popular as a kitesurfing destination in recent years, which have pros and cons.
If not having crowded beaches is a plus right now, it becomes a disadvantage when seeking for a kite school or a kite shop.
Remember to bring your own kite gear to avoid unpleasant surprises.
And don’t forget to bring an emergency repair kit.
I’m sure you don’t want to cancel your kite trip because your kite has been damaged and you can’t fix it.
Is Oman Safe?
Let us debunk a common misconception: Oman is not dangerous.
It is one of the safest countries in the Middle East, despite the fact that has a Muslim religion with minimal laws.
It’s usually a good idea to respect the locals and dress modestly.
The best experience is waiting for you
Are you still doubting it or have you already searched for the best flights on Skyscanner while reading this article?
Be like the f-one team riders and become a wind sultan. Mitu Monteiro will guide you through this adventure.
I’m sure your kite buddies are already jealous of you. You can choose whether to share this incredible adventure with them or keep it a secret.
Remember that places are limited.
P.S. It is well known that every good kiter loves food. Oman’s cuisine, with its peculiar blend of Arabic, Indian, and African influences, is unquestionably delicious, with must-try dishes such as biryani, shuwa, and halwa.