Just a short article, for just a curiosity. I’m getting more and more request for a Kyte Cruise in Egypt – as i’m sure 99% of you know already, the correct spelling is “Kite Cruise”. So KITE must be written with an “I” and not with a “Y”. That’s it, i’ve said it.
This is something typically of italian beginner kiters: in Italian in fact, if you would consider the word KITE as an italian word, you would pronounce the “I” as an “E”, and the same would happen if you would read the word KYTE. From here the confusion – italians considering the word KITE as italian. But at the end of the day, a Kyte Cruise or a Kite Cruise is exactly the same thing: a kitesurfing (kytesurfing?) adventure 8 days 7 nights long in the warm waters of the Red Sea. So no surprise here.
Now that i’m writing this article, it does maybe make more sense if I would write another one in Italian. I will probably do that. From now on anyway, just for the purpose of this article, I will simply consider (wrongly) the word KITE as KYTE. So let’s go back to our kyte cruises (we call them Kyte Safaris). The idea of a Kyte Safari is to visit different spots, like we would do on a animal safari for example – instead of animals, we will be chasing winds and the best lagoons of the Red Sea, and we will have no tent but a luxury motoryacht as a hotel/restaurant/bar, the perfect base in between kite sessions. It’s a kytesurfing adventure, but a comfortable one, and one with a lot of kytesurfing.
Kyte Safaris are good for beginners/intermediates/advanced alike: if you think this kind of trip could be good for you, just contact us at email@example.com or whatsapp me directly at +201009410388.
Hope to see you on board soon in one of our Kyte Cruises (ok last time I write Kyte this way, I promise).
I love kitesurfing, travelling, and looking at my dog. I organize kite cruises in Egypt since 2014, you may find me in some windy beach pretty much all year round when i’m not on the boat. Hope to see you on board one of these days!