THREE DAY KITE LESSON

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DAY 3 OVERVIEW:

Starts with body dragging in the water and then practising water starts again with a board. By the end of day three, most will be able to water-start and get up and riding on the board, hopefully in both directions. Now you are a competent & independent Kiteboarder.

This course is only for people who have completed the First Day and Second Day courses succesfully, or have done a similar course in another IKO school.


IKO KITEBOARDER LEVELS:


Level 3 J

- Know the right of way rules
- Ride away from the shore and come back to the shore

- First Rides

Level 3 K

- Edge on the heel and toe to change course
- Accelerate by edging down and moving the kite
- Stop by edging
- Be able to keep an edge

Level 3 L

- Ride away from the shore and come back to the starting point
- Constantly ride upwind

Level 3 M

- Recover the board without a leash, by body dragging upwind*
- Ride a twin tip
- Change direction

Level 3 N - Know the theoretical approach to jumps
- Perform a small jump and land it

All prices can be subject to exchange rate and other fluctuations. Below pricing is valid from 1 October 2016.

COURSE: LESSON TIMES: PRICE:
Day courses (6 hrs) 10h00 - 16h30 ZAR2800.00
     
Half Day courses
(3 hrs)
10h00 - 13h00
13h30 - 16h30
ZAR1480.00
     
Private Half Day courses
(3 hrs)
10h00 - 13h00
13h30 - 16h30
ZAR2960.00

* Above prices include tuition by an IKO qualified instructor and rental of ALL training equipment.
* Group prices/ discounts can apply, with minimum and maximum numbers being met.

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(total ZAR2800.00)
(total ZAR5600.00)
3 Day course (total ZAR8400.00)
Half Day course (total ZAR1480.00)

 

*All lessons are subject to cancellation/re-arrangement at the discretion of the instructors. Safety of students and other beach users is considered paramount at all times.