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Kite Surf Tobago
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Tobago is one of the Caribbean's unspoiled islands; its fantastic beauty and natural charm slowly hypnotise the visitor into daydreams of staying long past their original return dates.

For kitesurfers this island is one of the only places where you can still boast to have been one of the first - if not the first - to ride a number of spots! Either way within 15 minutes you can change from riding the waves of the Atlantic Ocean to the flat water and reefs of the Caribbean Sea. It's not hard though as the island is only 26 miles long and 7 miles long meaning you're never far from a kite spot.

The Kite Surf Spots:

LITTLE ROCKLY BAY: When you enter Pigeon Point you'll be amazed/devastated to know that one man owns this site of immense natural beauty. The Point has long been a destination for surfers riding coral reef and engine block, the spot offers kitesurfers an equally exciting time either on the large flat water area on the inside or for those wave hunters that ride out to the reef. If there's no wind the lagoon is a sweet spot to go wakeboarding on mirror flat waters and keep those board skills up.

PIGEON POINT: When you enter Pigeon Point you'll be amazed/devastated to know that one man owns this site of immense natural beauty. The Point has long been a destination for surfers riding coral reef and engine block, the spot offers kitesurfers an equally exciting time either on the large flat water area on the inside or for those wave hunters that ride out to the reef. If there's no wind the lagoon is a sweet spot to go wakeboarding on mirror flat waters and keep those board skills up.

KITE SAFARI: If you're looking for something a little different a kite safari is definitely worth a look in and is an excellent way of ensuring you ride a number of spots, ones that very few people will have ridden. These spots are truly the hidden jewels of the island.

The Winds:

The winds are normally east to north east from October to May, averaging 12 to 20 knots. During spring they switch east to south east, about 8 to 15 knots until the rainy season in July. There is always the occasional exceptional day in between. November to January have the most constant strong winds.

The best intermediate and basic level learning conditions are in August to December, as low tide makes water conditions very smooth in the lagoon. June usually produces the strongest winds averaging 25 knots.

 

 

Kite Surf Tobago

Package Includes:

  • Return Airport Transfers
  • Accommodation in Resort
  • Breafast and Dinner
  • Kite Surf Guiding
  • Kite Surf Equipment 

 

Not Included:

  • Return Flights to Tobago
  • Lunch and Drinks

 

Prices are Per Person and do NOT include flights
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