Introduction to Kitebuggying in Dorset

Product code: 1012650

Kite-powered thrills for the faint hearted light user or full adrenaline junkie!

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Be introduced to the fantastic world kitebuggying and start a great new hobby or work toward being a full-on race pilot! A relatively small sport, it's the ‘little brother' of kite surfing – but is still big on the excitement and challenge factors! You can do it on grass, sand, ice or tarmac - even in your lunch break doing wheelies and 360's! You'll use your kite to pull a three-wheeled vehicle across the sand. But be warned - no brakes!! Qualified, experienced instructors make sure you get off to a great start with this exciting day course.
Meet at the venue in the morning at around 9:30 AM to be greeted and fully briefed by your instructor. Courses are designed to get you moving from point A to point B and back again. You'll learn to set up and pack up your gear, as well as receiving a full understanding of how it all works. Courses are tailored to your abilities to help you progress as far as possible on the day. If you already have some knowledge of kite flying, courses can also be designed to cater to your needs. A standard day's teaching will get you to an equivalent of a PKA level 1 - so if you get the buzz for the sport, you can aim to being a full race pilot, taking on other courses - or just safely cruise round your local buggy field or beach, trying not to tie yourself in a knot! Your experience will last for six hours.

This experience is available at Dorset:

  • Dorset (South West) - Portland
Your voucher is valid for 10 months. You are free to book your experience using the details provided. No experience is necessary, but you should be reasonably fit. The minimum age is 13 years, but under-18s must be accompanied by an adult at all times and must notify the centre of their age and chosen activity on booking. This experience is available on selected dates. The maximum group size is six. You will need long trousers and trainers (warm clothing is recommended). Spectators are welcome, but there may be restricted viewing of the activities. If weather conditions are unsuitable and the session is cancelled, you will be offered an alternative experience or the opportunity to rebook on another date.