Where to go Kitesurfing in November?

The lands under the Southern Cross will be starting to really kick off their summer season around this time. Warm winds and hot kite spots await the kite traveller prepared to put some miles in!

You’ll find you are pretty much guaranteed wind in Northern Brazil, which means it is going to be busy at the popular spots like Cumbuco, so why not travel further from the madding crowd to places like Uruaú or Atins. If South America isn’t your bag, then try heading to the Caribbean with Barbados and the Grenadines on fire with wind and waves. Finally, you can always take the long haul option, unless you are lucky enough to live there and head to Western Australia, spots like Geraldton are all starting to deliver! If you crave adventure, then get off the beaten track and head to Saipan, one of the Northern Mariana Islands way out in the middle of the Pacific Ocean!

Wherever you decide to go, you’ll want the help of local knowledge to pick the right spot, and that means reading our travel guides. We have set them up so you can search by using the wind, waves, flat water, water temperature, nightlife and even the standard of the Internet, which is perfect for all the digital nomads out there!

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Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Sao Miguel Do Gostoso
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Sao Miguel Do Gostoso
Sao Miguel Do Gostoso

Sao Miguel Do Gostoso is a kitesurfing paradise yet to be known by many. Imagine the best wind conditions in Brazil but without the crowds. Enjoy the adventure of northeast Brazil, a quiet and safe region, full of like-minded good people. Hundreds of kilometres of wild beaches and dunes to travel with your buggy, epic downwinders, lagoons, waves, and more.…

November Wind: 12-35 kn - View Stats
96.4%
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…

November Wind: 12-35 kn - View Stats
95.8%
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…

November Wind: 12-35 kn - View Stats
94%
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…

November Wind: 12-35 kn - View Stats
92.9%
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Paracas
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Paracas
Paracas

Located 220km from Lima, Paracas shares the border with a national park. The town has a large fishing community, as well as touristic shops and restaurants. Paracas is one of the closest kite spots to Lima, and it attracts kiters from all along the coast. The spot is perfect for all levels of riding; closer to the beach, the water…

November Wind: 12-35 kn - View Stats
82%
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…

November Wind: 12-35 kn - View Stats
77%
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Saipan
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Saipan
Saipan

Saipan is the second largest island of the Northern Mariana Islands chain, a U.S. territory located 120 miles North of Guam. It has year-round tropical temperatures, good wind from November through April, and a large, flat water lagoon along its western shore. Wind and Weather Sitting just north of the equator between the Philippine Sea and the Pacific Ocean, Saipan…

November Wind: 12-35 kn - View Stats
76.6%
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Geraldton
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Geraldton
Geraldton

Geraldton is a port city about 6 hours north of Perth; it’s long been a favourite with windsurfers due to the consistent wind conditions during the summer season. Now kiters are starting to venture North and enjoy the strong winds and amazing waves that grace this stretch of coastline. With plenty of places to kite in the area you’ll never…

November Wind: 12-35 kn - View Stats
75.4%
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Union Island
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Union Island
Union Island

The JT Pro Center kitesurfing spot of Union Island in the Grenadines is one of the top kitesurfing destinations of the moment from November to July winter season. The island has a lot of charm with the real deep Caribbean spirit far from all of the usual all-inclusive resorts. The trade winds blow between 15 to 25 knots 24/7 with…

November Wind: 12-35 kn - View Stats
74.3%
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - The Isle of Thanet
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - The Isle of Thanet
The Isle of Thanet

I believe the Isle of Thanet to be quite a unique destination when it comes to kiting on the mainland of the UK. Once described as a boil on the butt cheek of Britain, I now like to refer to it as more of a beauty spot lovingly! As kitesurfers, we are undoubtedly spoilt; never being more than a 10-minute…

November Wind: 12-35 kn - View Stats
72.5%
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Cornwall
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Cornwall
Cornwall

Cornwall is one of the more isolated and distinct parts of the UK but is one of the most popular with travellers from all over the world. It is home to some of the best beach towns in the UK, and most of its little towns are tucked between cliffs at the mercy of the fierce Atlantic Ocean. It's cosy…

November Wind: 12-35 kn - View Stats
72%
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Sankt Peter-Ording
Kitesurfing Travel Guide - Sankt Peter-Ording
Sankt Peter-Ording

2km wide and 12km long, Sankt Peter-Ording is home to a beautiful wide landscape featuring the biggest beach in Germany. One of the best things about the beaches is that when the kitesurfing season starts (from Easter until November), there is no need to walk the beach to get to the kite spots as all the beaches are accessible by…

November Wind: 12-35 kn - View Stats
70.9%

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