About Us

Gone Kiting in Tarifa for the most personal kiting experience in Tarifa

“Our mission is to provide the best quality teaching in the whole Tarifa


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My name is Kasia and I am the founder of Kitesurfing School – Gone Kiting Tarifa and qualified IKO level 2 kiteboarding instructor. I came to Tarifa a few years ago and is now a place I call my home and where my heart is. You can find me on the beach, kiting or teaching, so I am definitely the person to help you find the best conditions and spots for kiting.

I believe that more important than choosing the right school is to choose the right instructor, as he or she will be there with you to maximise all of the time during the lessons.

That’s why everyone in our team shares the same life philosophy. Our instructors have a huge passion for kitesurifng but also are professional kitesurfing trainers.



Michał has been an IKO kitesurfing instructor for 3 years and a snowboarding instructor for 10 years, so teaching is in his blood.  As of now, Michał is travelling the world in search of wind and waves. When he’s not surfing or snowboarding, he spends time photographing interesting people and beautiful places. Right now he’s mainly focused on converting his red Volkswagen T3 “Willy” into a surfbus that will soon become his little house on wheels

Kiting expertise, patience, and lot of positive energy, that’s what you can expect from lessons with Michal.

 

“Our Impact”

Gone Kiting Tarifa would like to be socially responsible therefore portion of our profit will be donated to FOUNDATION 22STARS, supporting over 60 children living in Uganda with school fees, food, clothes and medicine. 22 Stars is a handmade jewellery crafted from recycled paper by women in Uganda. We support their mission in empowering families in Uganda and believe that education can break the cycle of poverty.

By taking classes in Gone Kiting Tarifa you also will be part of this amazing project. Each client of Gone Kiting Tarifa will receive Gift of Happiness, beautiful bracelet made by women in Uganda, as a small gesture of our appreciation.