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Travels with my Lilo

on Saturday, 22 November 2014. Posted in Diani, Watamu, Watersports, Travel

Kenya Diaries

Travels with my Lilo

By Craig Rogers.

Travelling with surfboards is not easy.  Travelling with SUPs is even harder. 

If the airline graciously lets you on the plane with your quiver, there’s usually a wallet-melting surcharge to pay (and even then they make you sign a disclaimer against damage).

Watamu Wet and Wild Weekend

on Friday, 18 July 2014. Posted in Watamu, Watersports, Events

Action packed weekend - 19th and 20th July 2014

Kitesurfing in Watamu with Tribe Watersports

Watamu will be hosting a fun filled weekend, including a variety of adrenalin and water sports such as skydiving, kite surfing, windsurfing, whale watching and scuba diving.

Family Watersports with Tribe

on Friday, 10 January 2014. Posted in Watamu, Watersports

Family fun on the Indian Ocean

Family Watersports with Tribe

Tribe Watersports, based at Medina Palms in Watamu, offers a variety of watersports including kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, windsurfing, body boarding, and kite surfing.

For beginners, Tribe offer tuition, and have a team of instructors who assist with the equipment and expert advice on how to get started. They offer a range of tuition packages for all the watersports they offer.

Che Shale Kite Masters 2013

on Saturday, 03 August 2013. Posted in Malindi, North Malindi, Watersports, Events

Save the date: Che Shale Kite MASTERS 2013: AUG 16 + 17

Che Shale Kite Masters 2013

+ Kitesurf competition days Aug 16 + 17
+ Men / Women / Under 15 yrs old categories
+ Raising funds for Watamu Turtle Watch
+ Great fun days on the beach watching Kenya's top kitesurf talent
+ Aug 17 Evening Beach BBQ & Party & DJ

Che Shale Info

Kenya SUP

on Saturday, 29 December 2012. Posted in Diani, Watersports

Stories from an Equatorial Outpost - By Craig Rogers

Kenya SUP

We were children of great fortune – our father was shipped to East Africa on an expat assignment in the late 60’s and my two brothers and I were born in Nairobi. Whilst he missed out on Flower Power, Free Love and the music of Hendrix and Led Zeppelin, we grew up in a tropical paradise with year-round sunshine and a swimming pool in the garden. I learnt to swim by the age of 3 and started windsurfing at the age of 6. We’d spend long-weekends in tented-camps pitched on the shores of the Rift Valley; when we weren’t windsurfing or sailing we would be competing with the local hippos and crocs for shoals of spiny tilapia and whiskered cat-fish.

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