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Ivana C wrote a review Mar 2020
9 contributions1 helpful vote
Very light wind or no wind.I didn't kite one day and I was 20 days there. I can not say that you can have any other offer when there are no wind... because they do not have it. Just sitting on the beach. Looking at sea or swimming...
Date of experience: January 2020
junglechef1 wrote a review May 2019
Thailand10 contributions12 helpful votes
Made us feel unwelcome, not helpful and then tried to rip us off by charging us double and then arguing about it and finally saying “it’s ok”, well nothing was ok about it.
Date of experience: May 2019
Ina L wrote a review Oct 2018
Stockholm, Sweden10 contributions11 helpful votes
I took 3 lessons and I am very happy with the help that I got. The staff is very helpful and so friendly. Highly recommend!
Date of experience: October 2018
1 Helpful vote
anttiterkomaa wrote a review Mar 2018
Helsinki, Finland2 contributions3 helpful votes
I was having a 2 weeks vacation at Hua Hin and saw many kiteboarders on the beach and sea when I was having a walk. I stopped at KBA tent and asked what is this sport. The next day I returned and went up to the KBA office where Mike took his time and introduced me to their service and kiteboarding in general which led me to take the 3 day course. My teacher Stoka is a great teacher with good English skills. He is very talented, calm while precise teacher. We had a great 4 days together going thru from theoretical aspects to practical kite handling and at the end all the way to a successful experience of doing kiteboarding. It was a great, life long experience and I can only recommend Stoka and the whole KBA team Hua Hin if you plan to learn kiteboarding. KBA is IKO certified.…
Date of experience: March 2018
michaelM2614LG wrote a review Mar 2018
Shanghai, China14 contributions3 helpful votes
It was nice and worth the moeny/ The price was (i think) 4000 Bath for 2 1/2 hours ( or 3,5 hours). If its the first time that you kite surf, you should better take at least 3 lessons as on the first 1-2 lessons you will not really kite surf. They will explain you how it works and also take you into the water (without board) were you will train how to control the parachute. People near by should be careful. If the parachute fall into the water it might hit someone and the parachute has some weight. So need to watch out a little bit.…
Date of experience: February 2018