Kitesurfing in Turks And Caicos Islands

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…

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Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Hamata
Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Hamata
Hamata

Hamata is a kitesurf playground with crystal-clear water, a huge waist deep area for beginners and lots of space for the advanced ones to practice new tricks. Unlike other Egyptian spots, it is pretty green and diverse on the water with a scenic mangrove forest upwind of you and three beautiful islands with reefs a little bit further out. The…

Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Watamu
Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Watamu
Watamu

Constant trade winds, a choice of sandbars, five kilometres of powder white sand beaches and large summer swells make Watamu a wonderful playground for kiters of all levels. A world heritage site, Watamu is also a protected area of outstanding natural beauty with safari game reserves as well as a stack of other activities and sights close by. Wind and…

Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Whitstable
Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Whitstable
Whitstable

Whitstable is a small town in Kent, England on the South East coast. The town is renowned for its oysters! Over the last couple of years, Whitstable has become a very popular kitesurfing destination, and the kitesurfing community has grown bigger and bigger. Once you arrive, you should pop into Boardworx (Beach Walk) and have a chat with Mark, Karen…

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 - Antigua
Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Antigua
Antigua

It's no secret that Antigua has been a significant kiteboarding destination for over a decade now. The island is renowned for being the birthplace of kite legends like Andre Phillip and his protégé Jake Kelsick. Ever since the release of the hit kite film Autofocus, all eyes have been on Dre and the local crew, who consistently pump out high-quality…

Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Limnos
Kitesurfing Travel Guides - Limnos
Limnos

With the island’s nickname being ‘wind-ridden one’, it is no surprise that Keros bay is an idyllic kitesurfing destination during the European summer season. Boasting postcard-worthy beaches, crystal-clear waters, ancient archaeological sites and home to some fantastic wildlife, Limnos Island is a pearl of the Aegean Sea! The island vibes are so chilled here that they are, in fact, artic.…