WORLD-CLASS KITESURFING AT ITS BEST!
In 2005, Zephyr Tours unlocked the pristine waters of the Cocos (Keeling) Islands. Since then, the Islands have become Zephyr’s flagship destination, producing some of the world's most intrepid kitesurfing adventurers.
Not only is the Cocos Islands the perfect training ground for progression of all levels and disciplines of kitesurfing, it's also one of Australia’s most stunning and remote tropical destinations.
While on tour, you’ll be greeted and cared for by Zephyr's highly skilled and professional team with years of experience in the area. There's no corner of this picture perfect atoll we're unable to show you.
Eating off the land, swimming with the mantas, kiting over the blue holes, paddle boarding the waves, and playing golf with the locals, are a normal part of island life.
It’s here that we set the bar for quality adventure tours that are slightly extreme and a little bit luxurious.
THE ULTIMATE KITESURFING PROGRESSION SESSION
We will take you from “Zero to Hero” or double your tricks on this Cocos Islands progression tour for all levels. With a high student to instructor ratio and world class kiting conditions, you’re guaranteed to progress under the guidance of your full-time instructors. Join this tour for unlimited lessons, boat support, loads of downwinders, island culture and a good ol’ Aussie experience.
Nestled under shady palm trees and protected by the persistent trade winds, the Zephyr Kite Shack is set up on Kite Beach with everything you’ll ever need; from sun lounges and shade, kite and board storage, to cooking, dining, and an esky full of ice to keep your refreshments cold!
The Zephyr 11-seater Toyota Troop Carrier and gear trailer is your ticket to explore every inch of the island with the crew. Each day we arrange daily pickups from your accommodation, and, as a group, head to the beach, club or event. Our support boat is reassurance for all kiters on our epic lagoon crossings and downwinders, and during lessons at Kite Beach, and is the only one of its kind for kite rescue purposes in the Cocos lagoon.