This is an interesting point rene is mentioning. The "Meccas" of windsurfers and kitesurfers will be or already are very overcrowed. Image the number of kitesurfers in 3 years and evryone is going only to the famous kitebeaches, which have been windsurf beaches before. Not only that all windsurfers, if any are left (
), will be angry, but also the kitesurfers trying to have fun on the water but need to put the kite high up in the sky to pass 20 others.
E.g. I went to Mallorca, Spain in summer last and this year.
Last year we were the only ones on the water, almost no-one saw it before. Thsi year I went to the bay of Pollensa, which is up north. If there is a little wind were you can start kitesurfing, it is already packed. And to get out on the water it is just impossible, because all beginners are standing in the water with the kite high up. To start you have to fly the kite down to get power, but always there is a beginner in the way so you can't get high to get away. The problem is that the wind is thermical and therefore onshore. And always remember that the sport is at its beginning!!!
We have to explore new kitebeaches and Punta Cana can be a nice spot in adition. Waves can be a lot of fun, but whoever isn't that secure in handling with the kite, they would prefer flat water. I think too, that flat water is great for jumping, but I love ramps too.
I believe in Cabarete being always a Mecca for surfing in general. But Marina you can offer nice daily trips to Punta Cana?!
Relax and have fun