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Flat beginner water at Cabarete

Postby Pin Head » Tue Jun 14, 2011 4:54 pm

Does it exist? Heard the water is generally choppy and wavey with lots of pro's carving around?

Any information???

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Re: Flat beginner water at Cabarete

Postby jrfiol » Tue Jun 14, 2011 5:17 pm

never been to cabarete, but...

my friend luijo gives IKO certified lessons at La Parguera in PR:

super flat water, boat assisted. learn fast!

sounds like a comercial, it isn't. PM if you like.

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Re: Flat beginner water at Cabarete

Postby Luke Palin » Tue Jun 14, 2011 6:09 pm


The water in Cabarete (Kite Beach and Bozo Beach) is not flat, but it is certainly not too rough as the outer reef takes the power out of the waves/ open sea. The water is 'choppy' inside the bay.

The only 'flat' water in the area is at La Boca- a 15 minute cab ride from Cabarete town. The water here is butter flat, as the wind blows cross off over a river mouth. However, it is unsuitable for beginners as the riding area is very small. Any more than 5 or 6 kites and it feels crowded.

I would say that Cabarete is a great place to learn as there are so many kite schools and the beach/ water etc is very safe. It's an amazing place.


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Re: Flat beginner water at Cabarete

Postby FDO » Tue Jun 21, 2011 2:47 pm

you can also try puerto plata they have a very flat water spot and the cheapest IKO certifications in the area .

for mor info and pics feel free to e mail us

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