St. Barths. Foiling isn't the best because of shallow reef and rocks, but your wives will love the place and it's the cream topping of the Caribbean. There is a fun wave there on a reef in a north swell, possible in february. St. Martin is next door and offers really nice foiling, flat, and surf spots. This would not be an inexpensive option, but your marriage would be rewarded if you hit up both islands in one shot. Go to St. Barths second...Tony wrote: ↑Fri Sep 20, 2019 8:46 pmLooking for options for a trip in February. Would be going with my non-kiting wife so ideally not too remote, nice beaches, maybe shops and restaurants near by. Maybe coordinate with another couple so the guys can kite and the girls can do their thing. Been to Cabarete many times and looking for something different. Traveling from SE USA so the Caribbean seems to make sense but would consider other options.
Take a look at Caribbean breeze villa on Long Bay Beach, Turks and Caicos. This place is on the water with very nice views. They had a couple kayaks and paddle boards to use. The water is deeper at this location. Have to be careful Self launching/landing - lot of shells and no tethers at this villa.Tony wrote: ↑Sat Sep 21, 2019 8:55 pmThanks for all the input. San Andres Island looks really good. Wish it was easier to get to, think I'd rule it out for that, looking at 7-10 days.
Turks or Cayman is probably a better fit, I'd want to stay at Long Beach or Barkers though, the girls would be fine with quieter and we/they can easily get to the busier spots when needed/wanted
Any recommendations on places to stay? Leaning towards Turks but not ruling out Cayman Islands (or other spots).
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