Traveling around the World

Travelling is the best part of kitesurfing! Searching for new destinations, trying different conditions and getting to know other cultures is a lot of fun. Until we found Sicily we were rarely going back to the same place, we enjoyed getting new experiences all the time. This topic may help you to choose your next kitesurfing destination.


Rhodes is one of our favorite place thanks to the reliable Meltemi wind which blows almost every day  during the season. The best time is June-mid September.
Check one of our videos from Rhodes:

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Is known for strong winds, between July and August the spot can be super busy. The island itself is fantastic, like all greek islands it has beautiful places to visit.


Unfortunatley right now is not the safest place to be. In the past we have been here almost 6 times and we always had good wind and met a lot of nice people. El Gouna, Soma Bay, Sharm el Sheikh, Hurghada you can’t make a a mistake with the spots, all of them are unique.

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The island is not really known for kitesurfing but it has nice winds May-August. There are many different spots: waves, flat water, you can find everything! Also for sightseeing there are so many things you can spend easily 1 week to look around.

Here is a short video about Cyprus:

Hua Hin:
Nov-January there are stronger winds in the mornings with big waves, mid February-April the water is more flat and you can expect steady 12-16 knots in the afternoons.
In Asia you can have a lot of fun even when there is no wind. Discovering the sights, their culture, religion and gastronomy is at least as exciting as surfing.

Mui Ne
This place is deffinitely for more experienced riders because of the huge shore break,  strong winds and deep water. The lifestyle is quite cool and it is possible to leave very cheap. Main season  is Dec-April.

Turks and Caicos Islands:

This Caribbean island is known for the unique colour of the sea and its perfect kite lagoon in Longbay. You can find all kind of watersports here, but prepare your wallet for this trip, Providenciales is the most expensive place we have ever been. The windy period lasts almost all year, only September and October are very rainy.