At Los Roques you find a lot of spots to kite surf. There are some very good kite surf schools which offer kite surf courses for beginners as well as for advanced kite surfers. You can also rent equipment there.
The scene: Some 60 miles off the coast of Morocco, the beaches at Fuerteventura feel like ocean-side outposts amid the island’s rocky desert. While popular with European tourists, Americans are few and far between.
Cape Town has so much to offer and even if I wouldn’t say the kitesurfing conditions aren’t the best for me personally (and I know I’ll here a lot of kiters contradict since it’s one of the world’s most famous spots with its strong wind and waves) the whole lifestyle, people, vibe and possibilities of the city make it a perfect spot, especially if you’re with some non-kiting crowd or want to stay longer and still have all the comforts of the city.
Thanks to the pleasant temperatures throughout the year and the constant wind, the Dakhla lagoon is a kitesurfing paradise. And a wind probability that can easily keep up with Brazil. And almost the whole year.
There is spots that you hear about again and again. When people tell you about them, you just can’t believe they are as good as they describe them, because nobody knows them. Limnos is such a spot. The only reason that this little Greek island is still unknown, is that the spot was only discovered a few years ago and there are no direct flights from Europe, yet (always a stopover in Athens).
Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or advanced kitesurfer: KBC El Gouna, with its sunshine, clear blue waters and constant wind, offers you the best conditions for an unforgettable holiday and fast improvements.
Macapá is just a piece of flatwater heaven – at this lagoon it’s all about kite, eat, sleep repeat! If you want a bit more “life” (like a few restaurants and beach bars) you can also stay in Barra Grande and kite down to the Macapá lagoon – which is a few minutes kiting downwind but you need to be safe with your kitesurf skills to get back upwind.
better known as “Jeri”, is, without a doubt an addition to your bucket list. Discovered in the 80’s by windsurfers searching for the perfect conditions, this little gem of a town hidden amongst endless sand dunes, would make anyone feel like an explorer stepping into the unknown.
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.