Offering miles of butter-flat waist-deep water akin to the legendary slicks of North Carolina and there are kite-able conditions in every wind direction
Great South Bay | Long Island | NYC
Taveuni Island | Fiji
A picture post-card tropical kite location with flat water, fun waves and excellent downwinders where village kids chase your kite as you go
Bel Ombre | Mauritius
A sizeable area of flat, shallow water on the inside that’s great for learning or freestyle
Sal & Boa Vista | Cape Verde
Two hours south of the Canary Islands and about 500 kilometres west of Senegal lie ten idyllic islands in
the Atlantic that make up the Cape Verdes
Icapuí | Brazil
Tremembé is something of a dream spot! Featuring flat water to little waves, warm water and an authentic Brazilian ambience
Dahab | Egypt
Dahab, a hotspot for wind sports due to its world class, reliable, safe learning conditions in the lagoons
Lake Como | Italy
Just an hour from Milan and home of the Italian Freestyle Champion, Stefano Martinelli, you can be sure you’ll pack in the riding time on Lake Como. Mix your kitesurfing trip with beautiful food, historical site visits and there’s also a cable park filled with kickers and sliders just a ten minute bike ride from the spot of Colico.
Cocos Keeling Islands | Australia
Warm, flat aqua-blue waters that you’ll find here are like the kiting conditions you see in your dreams. Perfect for beginner and advanced riders wanting 15 – 20 knot winds morning, noon and night. There’s no wonder that The Cocos Islands are growing in reputation for blissful kiteboarding and if you’re lucky you can kite with the turtles, reef sharks and manta rays.
Kalpitiya | Sri Lanka
One of the most consistently windy destinations in the word, people are only just now beginning to believe all that they see and hear
Ulcinj | Montenegro
A new kiting hotspot on mainland Europe is being developed in Montenegro, former Yugoslavia. Ulcinj (pronounced: ‘Ooltseenie’), the southernmost town in Montenegro features a 14 kilometre long sandy beach and super steady side-onshore thermal winds that blow every day in the summer!