Kenya’s coast hosts annual kitesurfing competition

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The third edition of the annual Che Shale Kite Masters, kitesurfing competition, will be taking place August 16-18, 2012 at Che Shale, just a few minutes outside one of Kenya’s picturesque coastal towns, Malindi.

Che Shale is an exclusive, chic, and secluded beach hideaway on the edges of the Indian Ocean.  Known as one of the best kitesurfing destinations in East Africa, it’s fitting that the region’s best kitesurfing athletes will be competing for top honours in Freestyle, Racing and Wave Riding, and all in an effort to raise funds for Watamu Turtle Watch.

Kitesurfing has become one of the fastest-growing sports in the world, and will be featured as the newest watersport at the next 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio.

Che Shale Kite Masters 2012 promises an amazing weekend of kitesurf competition, beach games, raffles, BBQ beach party, fashion shows and more; and Capital Lifestyle Magazine will be there bringing you the latest in beach lifestyle news.

For more information about the event please contact Che Shale on Email: [email protected] or call 0728 714 175 or Visit www.CheShale.com

 

Source: www.MagicalKenya.com

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