One of the most beautiful beaches in the world and you can drop your wetsuit at home !!! Just pump your kite next to your bungalow and have a blessing session and drink coco nut water straing from the coco after.
The wind seasons are bi-annual and are always side shore.. The ‘kusi’ (means south in Kiswahili) blows up from the southern ocean and is cooler and stronger and blows from April until September. It is about 25 knots + on average and brings in great swell so you can charge down head high. The ‘kaskazi’ (means North) blows down from the monsoon in India. It is warm and solid and is very reliable. It blows from December through until March. Like clockwork it turns on at 10am every morning and turns off at sunset. It is about 20 knots on average but you can take your foil just in case if you know what I mean 😉 ro just go there in Jun.