Kitesurfing in Bahamas

Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Cat Island
Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Cat Island
Cat Island

Located just one hour from Fort Lauderdale or 30 minutes from Nassau, Cat Island is one of the 700 islands of the Bahamas where you can step out of the plane and disconnect with the world! Far away from mass tourism, this is the perfect place to relax or enjoy epic conditions for kiteboarding, surfing, sailing, scuba diving (and shark…

Bahamas
Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Kite Boat Cruises
Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Kite Boat Cruises
Kite Boat Cruises

Discover a new kiteboarding spot every day with a luxurious kiteboarding experience. You can ride in paradise, on private kite spots and even on private islands. Many sailors in the Caribbean consider the Bahamas the most beautiful place to sail. Hundreds of islands and sandbanks are surrounded by shallow turquoise waters, making The Bahamas one of the world's largest shallow…

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Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Anguilla and Saint Martin
Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Anguilla and Saint Martin
Anguilla and Saint Martin

St Martin is mainly known for its consistently dry climate and sunny weather. However, not everyone knows that its wind conditions are also consistent year round and the crystal clear waters offer a wonderful playground for everybody. Half Dutch, half French, the island offers a multicultural¬† atmosphere. You will enjoy the French fine cuisine, duty-free shops on the French side…

Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Gualliguaica
Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Gualliguaica
Gualliguaica

Lake Puclaro is a windsurfing and kitesurfing paradise with guaranteed wind. In the summer season its beautifully warm and sunny, and the atmosphere down at the beach is amazing. People come from all over the world to spend the day on the lake, meet the resident locals and explore into the valleys of the Andes mountains. Gualliguaica is part of…

Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Soma Bay
Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Soma Bay
Soma Bay

Egypt provides a phenomenal playground with consistently windy conditions for 75% of the year. The warm, dry African winds pass through the desert to offer an enjoyable hairdryer type breeze as you cruise over the Red Sea crystal clear. The water is flat, turquoise and great for freestyle. It is a relatively short hop from Europe and is usually available…

Kitesurfing Travel Guides - El Gouna
Kitesurfing Travel Guides - El Gouna
El Gouna

El Gouna is a small town by the Red Sea that was established in 1989. EL Gouna originally started with a couple of hotels, and not much to do. I remember I used to dread going there as a kid! Over the past decade, El Gouna has thrived into one of the cosiest and most humble towns you will ever…

Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Punta Chame
Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Punta Chame
Punta Chame

Punta Chame, located close to a quiet fishing village, the spot offers a vast beach with a lot of space for beginner and advanced kitesurfers to practice and progress, making Punta Chame is an excellent place for kitesurfing. Besides that, there are fantastic places to travel to while you are visiting Panama. Wind and Weather Panama gets consistent wind from…

Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Providenciales
Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Providenciales
Providenciales

The Turks and Caicos Islands are famous for their endlessly beautiful turquoise waters and stunning beaches. As a kiteboarding location, the country still flies under the radar, allowing visiting kiters to enjoy pristine waters with relatively few other people. The main island of Providenciales (locals/regulars call it Provo) is home to a spot with world-class learning conditions, along with many…