Specially for a Off Shore wind locationjoakim76 wrote:Hmm, that sounds bad
20 EUR for one rescue seems a lot !
I spent 2 weeks at the Mövenpick @ El Gouna in october.deevious wrote: Mövenpick @ El Gouna. Despite what the centre manager told me the area is severely tide dependent. So you have to hope that the tide and the wind allign.
I was a guest at the Mövenpick hotel you we had access to the beach beds and the beach umbrella. I do not know what is the situation if you are only kiting there.deevious wrote:Moreover, not a lot of space to get out of the sun for a rest in between sessions.
How you go to Soma bay being to this Hôtel that means about 2 Km acording to Google Maps and do you have a link about . I think I'll try in May 2011 provides its better than Intercontinental .Toby wrote:if you stay directly in Soma Bay, go to the Breakers...kiter run hotel, great selection of food. A manager that cares, you will see. And not expensive, well worth its money!
The water at the 7bft is very flat, while Interconti is choppy. Interconti is also better during winter, due to higher water in the lagoon, so you have a huge shallow area.
Winds in Egypt are gustier in general
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