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Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Sakalava Bay
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Sakalava Bay
Sakalava Bay

Sakalava Bay is a kitesurf jewel spot, reachable via sandy road from the concrete road stretching from Diego to Ramena village. It is the most beautiful bay in Diego Suarez area and the only one gathering perfect wind direction, flat water, waves and protection from the ree. Since the bottom is sandy, the risks of getting injured are minimised. Wind…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Fortaleza
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Fortaleza
Fortaleza

Visit Brazil if you’re crazy about kitesurfing and can't get enough. Brazil offers a great and diverse selection of spots and consistent winds. In the small villages, you will find only fishermen and kitesurfers, so it’s easy to say that  “eat, sleep, kite repeat” applies pretty well for a Brazilian kitesurfing holiday. It’s hard not to forget about the rest…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Uruaú
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Uruaú
Uruaú

Ninety kilometres south of Fortaleza, the tiny village of Uruaú is famous for its 24-hour blowing wind! The wind is perfect for riders learning new tricks, improving their skills or beginners wanting to progress. Even though Uruaú is a tiny village, it has everything you'll need as it is close enough to Fortaleza but free from any city stresses! The…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Hood River
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Hood River
Hood River

Hood River buzzes with kiteboarding energy each summer. Cool air from the Pacific Ocean is sucked through the Columbia River Gorge to the hot, Eastern desert. Strong thermal winds blow nearly every day from May through September. Hood River is a charming town with a myriad of opportunities to explore the outdoors, both on and off the river. Suitable for…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Anguilla and Saint Martin
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - 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 Guide - Providenciales
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - 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…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Naxos Island
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Naxos Island
Naxos Island

Being the biggest island of Cyclades, Naxos offers many options to the traveller who wishes to explore a variety of activities during their holidays. You can start with hiking; keep in mind that mount Zas is 1000m high. If that is not enough, then how about some mountain biking? Plenty of countrysides to enjoy on your bike and a great…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Lake Neusiedl
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Lake Neusiedl
Lake Neusiedl

With more than 300 sunny days a year and the mild Pannonian climate, Lake Neusiedl is more than just a kite, windsurf and sailing hotspot, it is an enchanting place to relax and recharge your batteries from your daily routines. The Lake Neusiedl is a steppe lake situated between the eastern parts of the Alps and the western part of…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Essaouira
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Essaouira
Essaouira

Essaouira provides the ultimate location for your kitesurfing holiday. It’s easy to travel to as there are many daily flights from Europe, it’s relatively cheap and there are a variety of conditions on your doorstep from a flat water lagoon to world class waves. There is everything on hand without the need of a car. You’ll find no shortage of…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Jambiani
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Jambiani
Jambiani

Well, apart from the fact the island has a great reputation, this location has many things to offer for your kite holiday or trip. A place with great waves and butter flat water, a place with steady, reliable side shore wind, lots of space and astonishingly uncrowded! Only 7km away from the overcrowded spot of Paje lays this fairly undiscovered…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Jupiter
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Jupiter
Jupiter

Jupiter’s Kite Beach is one of the most iconic spots in Florida.  Besides the diverse range of conditions, we have a quaint town that provides kiters with a wide array of entertainment in a small town surf vibe.  While we might not be famous for remarkably consistent conditions, most people visiting will find that we always have something fun going…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Ålesund
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Ålesund
Ålesund

Ålesund (Aalesund) is a must if you are visiting Norway! Travellers either arrive on a cruise ship, by plane or drive from Oslo to explore our Vikings traditions, Art Nouveau architecture from the 19´century and last but not least, the incredible nature surrounding it; including the fjords, the Alps of Sunnmøre and the islands. The main city connects to the…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Fuerteventura
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Fuerteventura
Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura might sound already familiar to you. It has been home of the World Kiteboarding Freestyle World Tour for many years and place for many brands of the industry to test their gear or make their annual meetings. Fuerte is one of the 7 Canary Islands, geographically part of the African continent, this Spanish island is located in the middle…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Kalpitiya
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Kalpitiya
Kalpitiya

Kalpitiya is the new best kite destination in Asia, both in winter and summer. Kalpitiya offers a variety of huge flat spots with strong and consistent wind. The main spot is perfect for learning with flat shallow water and safety boats ensuring the best conditions to become an independent rider. As kitesurfing is very new in Kalpitiya, the area is…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Gothenburg
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Gothenburg
Gothenburg

If you want an adventure, pack your bags and get ready for a van holiday in Sweden. The excitement of it all is that you will be moving around, discovering and chasing the wind around Sweden’s beautiful western coast. Most of the spots are about 30-60 minutes apart and one of the main reason why life on wheels is highly recommended.…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Ulcinj
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Ulcinj
Ulcinj

Montenegro is situated in the south of the Adriatic and is an extraordinary place. It offers an abundance of beauty, beaches, crystal clear lakes, the sea and incredible scenic mountains. In the mornings, you can wake up along the beautiful Adriatic coast, have lunch on the banks of Skadar Lake, and enjoy an evening walk in the Montenegrin mountains. Ulcinj…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Nitinat Lake
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Nitinat Lake
Nitinat Lake

Nitinat Lake is a hidden oasis for kiteboarders that are seeking steady thermal wind. The end of the lake opens up to the Pacific Ocean, and the cool coastal air gets sucked down the lake like a vacuum, creating the most incredible thermal. The surrounding area is old growth forest, making this destination seem like a setting for a kiteboarder’s…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Le Morne
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Le Morne
Le Morne

Le Morne in Mauritius has to be one of the best spots for kiting on the planet; it caters for all abilities with a mix of flat water, easy waves and world-class barrels all within a 1-mile radius. The wind can be fickle, however, so while you can have the best week ever, you are just as likely to get…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Auckland
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Auckland
Auckland

Auckland is New Zealand’s largest and most diverse city, and it’s an action-packed city with something for everyone. A true must see, with its beautiful natural landscapes and coastlines and, its shores are just a stone throw from the CBD. The range of coasts ensure there is an ideal spot for any possible wind direction and kiting discipline. Auckland is…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Whitstable
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - 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 Guide - Maui
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Maui
Maui

Maui is a can't-miss kiteboarding destination. With warm weather, consistent wind, and an endless list of no-wind activities, a visit to Maui is a no brainer. A strong, steady wind blows from the north most of the year. During the winter months, however, southerly Kona winds can light up the southern shores. The scenic crystal blue water and lush green…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Texel
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Texel
Texel

Texel is the most famous island in the North of The Netherlands. By ferry, it will take you approximately 20 minutes from the mainland to bring you to paradise! With 20km of beach on the west side and a generally good wind forecast, you're guaranteed to love this spot! There are waves as well as flat water spots for freestyle,…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Cape Hatteras
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Cape Hatteras
Cape Hatteras

Cape Hatteras is a beautiful, thin and small island situated in an extraordinary place in North Carolina. In Hatteras, you can truly relax. If it's windy, you go kiting. If it's not, you can go surfing and on the rare no wind or wave day you can go biking, suping, jetski tours or relax at the beach. Wind and Weather Year…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Burgau
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Burgau
Burgau

The rugged scenery and unspoilt nature around Lagos and the Costa Vicentina Natural Park are breathtaking. Our region has one of the biggest and best-preserved coastlines in Europe. Some of the most beautiful places are only accessible by water, which makes it extremely exciting to explore this region on top of a SUP board or under a kite. Sandy beaches,…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Lake Como
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Lake Como
Lake Como

Find yourself in the unspoiled nature, enchanted by the rare beauty of small towns, inspired by the culture and traditions of this land and experience the emotions of outdoor activities. Lake Como was not only a romantic travel-destination for poets like Stendhal, Mark Twain and Flaubert but also birthplace and habitation for many celebrities (Madonna, George Clooney, Gianni Versace, Ronaldinho…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Zeeland
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Zeeland
Zeeland

Zeeland is the record holder of most hours of sun every year in the Netherlands. Sixty kilometres of Northsea beaches make the area a trendy holiday destination for German and Dutch tourists during the summer season. Zeeland is known for nature, culture and numerous water sports possibilities. Zeeland has kitesurfing spots suitable for every wind direction, the most popular ones…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Ayvalik
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Ayvalik
Ayvalik

Ayvalik is a traditional seaside town on the Northern Aegean sea in Turkey. It is located on the southern coast of the Gulf of Edremit, just across from the eastern coast of the Greek island of Lesbos. It is situated on a narrow coastal plain surrounded by low hills to the east which is covered with pine and olive trees.…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Aruba
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Aruba
Aruba

This island is any kiters dream... with her crystal clear turquoise waters, white beaches, and constantly strong trade winds all year round, you can call Aruba a kitesurfing paradise! Besides kiting, there is an unlimited amount of activities you can do when you are exhausted from all the action on the water. After a stunning sunset every day, there are…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Mancora
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Mancora
Mancora

Peru is a beautiful and safe destination, with the best climate ever, plenty of other activities like yoga, surfing, diving, whale watching, a wide variety of restaurants to try... You will not regret it! Mancora offers a 98% wind statistics, long, perfect waves and endless summer! What more could you ask for! Wind and Weather The windy season is From…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Cabarete
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Cabarete
Cabarete

Cabarete is one of the original kitesurfing meccas; people have been making the pilgrimage to this fantastic spot in the Dominican Republic for years. The wind blows all year consistently round, and the waves roll in during the winter. You’ll find a relaxed cosmopolitan atmosphere and a town filled with people who love to kite. When the sun goes down,…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Ras Sudr
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Ras Sudr
Ras Sudr

For starters, I would like to clarify that geographically Ras Sudr is in Asia, but as it is part of Egypt and you would probably fly to Cairo airport, I've decided to list it in Africa! Ras Sudr is located in Sinai, one of the most magical parts of this world, with a lot of history. As a kite location,…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Paje
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Paje
Paje

Paje is known as the Pearl of Zanzibar and is one of THE world-class kitesurfing spots. Vast white sandy beaches and beautiful turquoise water, it is home to one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Paje has a lot fewer tourists than the North of the island, but it still has plenty going on in the evenings. The…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Kremasti
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Kremasti
Kremasti

If you're looking for a summer kitesurf destination with never ending wind, then Rhodes is the place to be. Kremasti is a very nice village in the north of the island which is not so touristic and where the IKO/VDWS licenced Air Riders Kite Pro Center is stocked with the latest North Kiteboarding gear. Going there is like visiting your kite family, the…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Loissin
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Loissin
Loissin

The region around Greifswald is beautiful, wide and still not very touristy. The Greifswalder Bay is a huge bay with no currents and home to several great kitesurfing spots. It's perfect for training and also good for foiling (if you stay out of shallow water) and not too crowded. The kitesurfing is not tide-dependant, and in the summertime, you'll have…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Rhodes
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Rhodes
Rhodes

Rhodes is an island full of natural beauty and famous for its archaeological sites and museums. UNESCO proclaimed it's Medieval City; a monument of global cultural heritage. Today despite the 7000 years of turbulent history, the magnificent monuments are still standing with great antiquity. The island of Rhodes has endless options for entertainment, and it is particularly famous for its…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Watamu
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - 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 Guide - Sardinia (South)
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Sardinia (South)
Sardinia (South)

Sardinia delivers all the ingredients for the ultimate kiting island. Quality kiteboarding, fantastic food and some of the best wine in the world... With a wide array of holiday charters heading to the island, flights tend to be very cheap. Easyjet, Ryanair to name two that often have very cheap flights, be careful to book baggage before as well as…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Rameswaram
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Rameswaram
Rameswaram

Rameswaram is a well-kept secret and one of the best kitesurfing spots in India. The eastern coast of India receives stable and steady trade winds for almost nine months every year, giving us a long kiteboarding season. Here you feel like real explorers, with so much on offer. You can indulge in the ancient history which features fabulous architecture and…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Lake Silvaplana
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Lake Silvaplana
Lake Silvaplana

Lake Silvaplana is located at the high altitude of 1800m, in the beautiful Engadin Valley. The landscape is stunning, and there are just a handful of places in the world where you can kite among incredible scenery like this! It’s a perfect spot for sporty, active people coming here (but not only) for kiting, but the mountains will also surely…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Babaomby
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Babaomby
Babaomby

The Babaomby spot situated on Madagascar’s Emerald Sea lagoon gathers a beautiful and diverse playground for kitesurfers with excellent wind conditions. The spot is ranked among the ten windiest spots on the planet by Windguru and offers everything a kitesurfer dreams about: safe conditions in shallow and crystal clear waters, two wave zones easily accessible only a 15-minute ride away…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Dahab
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Dahab
Dahab

Dahab (meaning 'Gold' in Arabic) is a small Bedouin town on the coast of the Sinai Peninsula. Only an hour away from St.Catherine and Mount Sinai, Dahab was initially filled with travellers on spiritual/religious pilgrimages. Dahab is also renowned for its windy conditions and its incredible underwater world. Anyone that has ever visited Dahab will tell you what a unique…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Limnos
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - 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.…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Rodrigues Island
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Rodrigues Island
Rodrigues Island

Rodrigues Island is one of the most unusual places, where the crowd is nowhere to be found! Even when the kiters of the neighbouring islands visit to kiteboard in its lagoon, it never seems overwhelming. If you are looking for an exotic place with pristine kiteboarding, this is the place to visit! Rodrigues is wild in comparison to Mauritius island…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Copenhagen
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Copenhagen
Copenhagen

Copenhagen, Denmark’s capital, sits on the coastal islands of Zealand and Amager. It’s linked to Malmo in southern Sweden by the Öresund Bridge. There are more than 20 different kite spots within one hour of Copenhagen. Sydvestpynten is the name of the most famous spot and is no more than 20 minutes outside of the city centre by car. Denmark in…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Coral Coast
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Coral Coast
Coral Coast

Fiji is a beautiful and vibrant archipelago in the South Pacific. Here the pace of life slows as you’re now on Fiji Time! The locals do not stress and are some of the friendliest people you will find anywhere. The Pacific Ocean meets the islands barrier reef systems, head-on. Producing many exhilarating and varied world-class surf breaks, including the famous…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Gökova
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Gökova
Gökova

Gökova Bay is situated in the west of Turkey and surrounded by the warm and clear Aegean Sea, amazingly it is still one of the relatively unknown spots in Europe which means you can enjoy riding here without battling amongst the crowds. The bay itself is 3km wide which means there is plenty of space for everyone! Each afternoon from…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Southend On Sea
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Southend On Sea
Southend On Sea

When thinking of ideal kiting locations, turquoise water, sunshine and consistent winds spring to mind and Great Britain can deliver these despite its poor reputation. Southend On Sea is just a 40-minute train ride from London and offers some of the best flat water spots, with spacious lagoons and flat butter water! There is also an awesome kite community with…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Paros
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Paros
Paros

The Island of Paros has been growing in popularity over the years as more kitesurfers and windsurfers learn about the amazing wind conditions over July and August. With its authentic Greek cuisine, lively community and warm weather, there are very few reasons not to go! How to get to Paros Athens Airport is the main airport for international flights arriving…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Lefkada
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Lefkada
Lefkada

If you could see my face right now, you’d be laughing your head off and deep in thought as to what sort of face that is. My answer would be “why on earth would you not visit!?” This place is the most wind reliant place I know! In summer, the location couldn’t be better with sun and thermal wind every…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Lo Stagnone, Marsala
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Lo Stagnone, Marsala
Lo Stagnone, Marsala

Lo Stagnone of Marsala in Sicily is known all over Europe as the “gym” for kitesurfers. Ultra flat and shallow waters make it a unique place in Italy for beginners to quickly learn and for freestylers to make the most of the flat waters. With more than 300 windy days a year, you’ll be surfing through windmills and white mountains of…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Tarifa
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Tarifa
Tarifa

Tarifa is the most southern point in Europe, world widely known for having insane winds! If you are hoping to get very consistent wind, this is the place to go. There are loads of different spots that work depending on the wind direction. In Tarifa, you have a Levante that blows from the east and the Poniente that blows from…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Sulawesi
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Sulawesi
Sulawesi

Among the 17,000 Indonesian islands, Sulawesi is one of the five main (along with Java, Sumatra, Borneo and Papua) windiest spots in Indonesia. Sulawesi is also home to the two biggest Indonesian wind farms (Sidrap and Jeneponto) located in the south. Sulawesi is surrounded by pristine and warm waters and has recently become a trendy Asian kite destination for summer.…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Parajuru
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Parajuru
Parajuru

Parajuru is a small village located about 130 km south of Fortaleza. What makes this spot different from the other lagoons in Cerea, is that there are barely any crowds. This remoteness is perfect because you never feel like you are getting in the way others or vice versa. We are in Brazil, practising new tricks and often crashing and the…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Punta San Carlos
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Punta San Carlos
Punta San Carlos

Punta San Carlos is one of the most rad places on the planet; if you are into riding waves, then you must have heard about this fabled spot already. It’s been frequented by windsurfers and surfers for over 40 years and is now home to a proper camp that has been set up and run by Mr Punta San Carlos,…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Soma Bay
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - 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 provide an enjoyable hairdryer type breeze as you cruise over the crystal clear Red Sea. The water is flat, turquoise and great for freestyle. It is a relatively short hop from Europe and is usually available…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Jeddah
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Jeddah
Jeddah

Jeddah is located by the Red Sea in Saudi Arabia; which is one of the top destinations for Scuba Divers worldwide. As you may know, Jeddah is a 'commercial hub' and gateway for pilgrimages to Islamic holy cities like Mecca and Medina. Jeddah has consistent wind all year round. kitesurfing next to mangrove trees and super flat waters, it really is a dream come…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Buen Hombre
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Buen Hombre
Buen Hombre

This is it, a surf style palm leaf bungalow on the beach.  Simplicity at it's finest. Sleeping to the sound of the waves and waking up to the view of the turquoise water. One of the best places in the world for kitesurfing is the Dominican Republic, especially the flat water lagoon paradise in Buen Hombre. Buen Hombre is a hidden…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Diani Beach
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Diani Beach
Diani Beach

Consistent and reliable wind, miles of uncongested crystal clear lagoon and the no.1 beach in Africa. Galu Beach is an all-round fun kiting destination. It has an established kite community to hang around with. The reef parallel to the beach is an endless wave-riding playground. Galu is part of the tropical destination, Diani Beach which consists of a cluster of…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Hel Peninsula
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Hel Peninsula
Hel Peninsula

Hel Peninsula consists of one of the biggest beginner-friendly lagoons around Poland. The shallow (waist deep) lagoon stretches from 500 to 1000m across the entire Peninsula. Clearwater, sandy bottom, no reefs, no significant tides changes, no sharks spottings and lot of space make this place perfect for beginners and intermediate riders. Additionally, the positive, laid-back vibe and nearby accommodation at…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Dakhla
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Dakhla
Dakhla

There are a million reasons to visit Dakhla, Morocco. This place has been in the spotlight over the last couple of years due to hosting the previous VKWC world cup and upcoming WKC, and for a good reason. Forty-five kilometres of the endless lagoon, warm temperatures throughout the year, constant wind, and friendly and welcoming people. Not to mention that…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Roatan
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Roatan
Roatan

Haven't you ever heard of Roatan! No wonder... the Islands of Honduras are in the far western part of the Caribbean and often overlooked. Well lucky us, the Eastern side is well preserved as well as its authentic charm and unspoiled nature. The Island's lush green hills, white beaches, and crystal clear warm waters are surrounded by the world’s second…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Cocos Keeling Island
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Cocos Keeling Island
Cocos Keeling Island

Boasting azure blue lagoons, shallow warm water and consistent trade winds from dawn to dusk, Cocos Islands are perfect for all levels... complete beginners, intermediates or advanced freestylers. Wind and Weather The wind blows consistently 15-25 knots all day every day from July through to October. The perfect quiver of kite for the average person would be a 7,9, and 12m. …

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - El Gouna
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - 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 Guide - Atins
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Atins
Atins

In 2015 Craig Cunningham named Atins as his #4 favourite flatwater spot in the world. Located 600km west of Fortaleza, Atkins serves as an endpoint for many legendary downwinders. Set in the Delta of the River Preguiças the meandering river mouth creates ever-changing sandbanks and knee-deep lagoons. Along with its consistent strong winds, typical for these shores, kiters encounter perfect…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Anapa
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Anapa
Anapa

Maybe a place that is not at the top of most kiters visit lists, Russia has some amazing kiteboarding gems.  Russia is a huge country with a vast border and different seas so for this guide we will spotlight Anapa.  Blagoveshenskaya or Blaga for short is the most famous of kite spots in Russia and is situated on the Black…

Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Flanders
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Flanders
Flanders

The Belgian coastline (North sea) is only 60km long and consists of sandy beaches - no cliffs, rocks, or reef. There are over 15 spots all spread out along the coastline, so no matter where you are, there’s always a spot to kitesurf nearby. Even though the coastline is full of buildings, there are beautiful sandy beaches. Some of the…

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