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Toby
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Turks and Caicos kiteboarding spot review

Postby Toby » Fri Jul 05, 2019 4:02 pm

Fancy to feel rich? This Island is for you. Actually, you better be rich to come here. Definitely, you will need some bucks for that, but we would say, it worth it! Put it on your bucket list because it is a dreamlike spot. In the video, I reveal when to come, where to kite and basically what we enjoyed during our stay and what to do on this piece of paradise. Turks and Caicos at it best! Kiteboarding spot review.

Cheatsheet with more info, maps, and locations here: http://bit.ly/2XoFrnn



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Re: Turks and Caicos kiteboarding spot review

Postby elguapo » Sun Jul 21, 2019 9:29 am

i couldnt get thru the whole video..
(looks like a lot of the footage is of gracebay...while it is routinely voted the prettiest beach in the world. however offshore winds for most of the bay make it undesirable..at least for me)

just stick to longbay beach....is huge with plenty of room
due to lodging cost it is unlikely to get overcrowded anytime soon.

TCI gets the same winds as cabarete.....only without the "annoyances" of life in developing country. (and yes you'll have to pay for it)
at longbay you'll get warm crystal blue water thats waist deep at low tide.

just a beautiful flatwater playground
great for learning and progressing. (this isnt PR or even cabarete....so waves outside reef arent much)

foilers need to go out at high tide or stick to the SW where water is deeper.
also the beach at longbay is rather tight at hightide...


as mentioned in video...
sorry TCI is not for the pours.
but if you can afford the trip...not sure if there is a better destination on the planet.


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