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Joining the right school to learn to kitesurf is important and you've come to the right place! Endless Kiteboarding instructors are all IKO qualified so you know you are in the safe hands. The IKO or International Kiteboarding Organization governs the sport of kitesurfing and its instructor training courses produce a high caliber instructor. The instructor is happy to help you enjoy kitesurfing no matter what your current fitness or ability in the water!
Fall asleep to the meditation of the Atlantic waves rolling into the bay! Wake up to the energizing sunrise, step onto your balcony, and breathe in the fresh sea spray. Walk across the carpet grass in the garden full of coconut palms and sea grapes and enjoy the homemade breakfast and fresh coffee in the open-air Mamu’s Café. The 25 eco-conscious apartments are lodged in Woman’s Bay in Inch Marlow, directly overlooking the world famous Surfer’s Point which is ranked as one of the best places to learn to surf.
The apartments are mostly studios but Ocean Spray Beach Apartments has also one to three bedrooms for families or groups. All apartments are simply furnished with AC, free Wi-Fi, full kitchen, and queen size beds. The ocean side apartments have amazing views of the shoreline and the garden view has the partial ocean view. What’s really exciting for Ocean Spray Beach Apartments is that in 2014 Ocean Spray Beach Apartments invested in 53 acres in the rainforest area of Barbados to create a fruit forest and farm where Ocean Spray Beach Apartments grows most of the food served in the café, but more importantly Ocean Spray Beach Apartments is preserving and maintaining the green area.
Ocean Spray Beach Apartments provides memories that last a lifetime. Many of the guests are return visitors. The mission is to provide guests with relaxation, peace of mind, and an authentic local experience that is environmentally and economically sustainable. You contribute to the social and environmental mission simply by staying with Ocean Spray Beach Apartments.
You’ll go at a pace that works for you but speak to an instructor to make sure you know what to expect from your lessons. Normally, Endless Kiteboarding expects that six to ten hours of lessons will be necessary to acquire the basic skills needed to kiteboard independently.
Senior instructor Roland Boyce has been kitesurfing for over ten years and teaching people to kitesurf for most of that time so he has a wealth of knowledge to impart to his students. Roland has been an IKO (International Kiteboarding Organization) kitesurf instructor since 2004 and is a qualified IKO level two senior instructor and a BKSA instructor (British Kite Surfing Association). Besides teaching, he enjoys the waves with his friends and making the sport more fun.
Barbados is a coral island, pushed out of sea by volcanic activity in a far away time. On the West Coast of Barbados, coral shore beaches of fine white sand stretch along a blue-green sea. Coral reefs fringe the Barbados shoreline to provide excellent snorkeling and scuba diving. Along the East Coast, a lively surf is blown briskly by the strong and constant trade winds and the waves pound against a rocky shore.
The constant breeze of the trade winds gives Barbados a mild and pleasant tropical climate. When you visit Barbados, you will see it is mostly a flat coral island with excellent beaches, but there are rolling hills and many deep ridges and gullies with an interesting distribution of flora and fauna. Within the Barbados coral core, there is a vast array of caves and underground lakes which provide an excellent supply of drinking water that is amongst the purest in the world.
Geologically, Barbados is unique, being actually two land masses that merged together over the years. This and other anomalies make this Caribbean Island quite phenomenal, and there are geological structures that you will find only in Barbados. Barbados is a very beautiful island, with lots of art, activities, nightlife, music, history and some of the best restaurants to be found anywhere.
But what makes Barbados even more special and the reason why so many visitors keep returning to the island year after year is the people. The Barbadians, called Bajans, are warm and friendly souls, always ready to greet you with a sincere smile. The Barbadians make you feel welcome and special in this lovely Caribbean Island.
You will feel it's your home and will want to come back again and again to Barbados: a unique Caribbean paradise, surprisingly sophisticated, friendly, fun, and always naturally charming!
As a tourist hot spot, Barbados caters exceptionally well to those who like to dine out. There are many restaurants all over the island, but in South and West coasts. On Fridays, it’s a great idea to look for something traditional, the Oistins fish fry is one of the most popular places on the Friday night and the busiest place you’re likely to find.
It’s a special good experience because it’s popular with both locals and tourists. You’ll find good food, great music, and excellent company. Eat, drink, and be merry. If you like to party, you’ll find several venues as you make your way up the West Coast. First up is St. Lawrence Gap, with a number of bars open all week.
Make your way to Bridgetown and you’ll find Copa Cabana and the infamous harbour lights for 30 USD (It’s all you can drink until 4 a.m.). You’ll want to go on a Friday or Saturday. Keep travelling up the coast and you’ll reach Holetown where, on Sunday, the first street turns into the place to be. So, as long as you don’t mind moving aside now and again for the traffic that you’ll be sharing the street with, you can drink and dance to your heart’s content.
Barbados tends to keep things low key, so it’s well worth asking around when you arrive to find out where the excitement is during your stay.
Barbados is blessed with swell all year round although it’s best in December, January, and February. If you have a car, you’ll normally find something. On the reef at Silver Sands (the main kite beach), you’ll often find one and a half to three meters of swell, and so there’s nearly always something. On a good day, it’s really good. The wind tends to be cross or cross off on the wave, and if you’re regular you’ll be riding backside.
Blessed with constant trade winds, an average temperature of 30 degrees and a warm sea, Endless Kiteboarding has attracted a new breed of tourist - the kite surfer - seeking out locations across the globe and settling on the warm tropical island. Endless Kiteboarding is based at Silver Rock in Christ Church, to the south of the island, ensuring smooth cross shore winds making it a safe place to learn to kitesurf.
There are plentiful taxis and buses and if you’re staying close you can even walk. The Silver Rock Hotel is perhaps the closest to the school being a minute walk away.
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