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If you are a novice wave kitesurfer who want to learn wave kitesurfing, it is initially possible to learn on your twin tip kiteboard and then on a directional wave board. Usually, you will have fast progress and after two to five days of lessons and training with this kite wave camp where most people will feel absolutely comfortable on the directional wave board. The lessons will increase your learning curve dramatically. Come join this kite wave camp at the best kite spot of the Caribbean!
You will be accommodated at an accommodation chosen by Kitesurf Experience.
More and more kitesurfers switch over to wave kitesurfing because of some reasons. First, wave kitesurfing results in much fewer injuries and is much softer on your bones and joints. Secondly, wave kitesurfing is, even more, fun than freeride or freestyle and produces the feeling of being stoked and being full of adrenaline. Thirdly, the learning curve is much steeper than with freestyle kitesurfing and even wave beginners will feel comfortable after a few days in the waves.
Today, you will be picked with all the kiters on the hostal and move to the main spot, Salinas, to start. Set up the kite for waves, water start, riding both sides, and practice all day. In the evening at the hostal, the riders will receive more feedback from the videos and photos.
You will ride to catch more waves on the spot, practice bottom turns, transitions, jibe, etc.
Go downwind from Palmarito to Salinas del Rey. In the evening at the hostal, the riders will receive more feedback from the videos and photos.
Riding waves at the private spot and learn more strapless moves.
In the morning, have some new tips and after lunch, go downwind to Puerto from Velero to Salinas del Rey. In the evening at the hostal, the riders will receive more feedback from the videos and photos.
This is departure day, your journey in this surf camp ends here.
Note: Prerequisite for beginners to start wave kitesurfing is that you should be able to ride comfortably with your twin tip board, toeside riding, and maybe do small jumps.
All locations are uncrowded and the variety of kite spots is huge. The main spot is Salinas del Rey, Santa Veronica but you will also visit other locations in the area like private spots or places that you only can go in downwind. You will find small and big waves in this Caribbean sea. Nothing is more important than constant wind northeast (side-on). From the end of December through to May, the ancient trade winds blow 15 - 20 knots 90% of the time.