Frequent question: Where can you kitesurf in November?

Can you kitesurf in winter?

Winter is a special time for kitesurfing. It’s never really crowded even on the most beautiful days, the nature looks incredibly beautiful and you score points on the respect level.

Where can I kite surf in December?

Aruba, Barbados and the Grenadines are all offering decent wind stats with the added bonus of decent waves in Barbados too. The Fremantle Doctor in Western Australia is in full effect, this sea breeze blows almost every day down under on the west coast around the Perth region.

Where can I go in October for a kite?

Where to kitesurf in October

  • Prasonisi, Greece. …
  • El Medano, Tenerife. …
  • Guincho Beach, Portugal. …
  • Flag Beach, Spain. …
  • Sotavento, Spain. …
  • Taiba, Brazil. …
  • Dahab, Egypt. …
  • Le Morne, Mauritius.

Where should I go when kitesurfing?

First-timers are entitled to the best there is to offer too, and we’re here to show you the best kitesurfing destinations for beginners:

  • Tarifa, Spain. …
  • Essaouira, Morocco. …
  • Red Sea, Egypt. …
  • Boracay, Philippines. …
  • Kalpitiya, Sri Lanka. …
  • Cabarete, Dominican Republic. …
  • Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, Spain. …
  • Zanzibar, Tanzania.

Where can we kite for Christmas?

Top 10 Christmas kitesurf holiday resorts

  • Cumbuco. The vibrant South American atmosphere of the traditional fishing village of Cumbuco doesn’t exactly scream Christmas but then that’s the point. …
  • Gostoso. …
  • Jericoacoara. …
  • Cape Verde. …
  • Paracas. …
  • Zanzibar. …
  • Cabarete. …
  • Langebaan.
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Where can I go kite surfing in January?

Don’t overlook places like Barbados and Antigua, which both boast over 80% windy days in January. Sri Lanka and the Philippines are working too, Kalpitiya and Cuyo Island are worth consideration with exceedingly consistent winds.

Where can I go on a kite in February?

KITESURF REGIONS & SPOTS WITH WIND IN FEBRUARY

  • Bahamas.
  • Belize.
  • Brisbane & Gold Coast.
  • Cape Verde.
  • Caribbean – Leeward islands.
  • Caribbean – Windward islands.
  • Cayman islands.
  • China – Hainan.

Where can I kite in May?

Summary

  • Egypt: Seahorse Bay.
  • Greece: Kos.
  • Tunisia: Djerba.
  • Italy: Sicily.
  • Morocco: Dakhla.
  • Morocco: Essaouira.
  • Sri Lanka: Kalpitiya.

What is good wind for kitesurfing?

Generally speaking, the average kiteboarder needs about 12mph of wind to get up and ride. Lighter riders can stay upwind and ride in less wind, while heavier riders (over 200lbs) may need 15mph. Modern race boards and race kites can get a skilled rider ripping in under 10mph, but this is the exception, not the rule.

What wind do you need for kiteboarding?

Minimum Wind Speeds Requirements

In general, a kiteboarder needs about 12 mph of wind to get up and ride. Lighter riders can ride upwind in less wind, while heavier riders (over 200 pounds) will need to ride at 15 mph.