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Boracay in November ?

Postby flysurfing » Fri Oct 12, 2012 5:57 am

Hello All,

May i please get your advice which beach is the best to stay in Boracay in November ?

Thanks for your advice

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Re: Boracay in November ?

Postby dandaka » Sun Oct 14, 2012 9:08 pm

The only beach that's kiteable there in November is Bulabog.

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Re: Boracay in November ?

Postby trudy2surfing » Mon Oct 15, 2012 10:14 am

Kiteboarding from November through to May takes place on Bulabog Beach Only.

With the event of Super Peak Season Kiteboarding is banned from Boracay's White Beach but the winds and conditions, perfect for kiteboarding, kick-in on Bulabog Beach from mid-October onwards and continue (if you're lucky) all the way through to May (as it did this year).

There are plenty of hotels, resorts and hostels along the beach many of which provide lock-ups to store your gear and places to hire equipment if you don't want to bring your own.

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Re: Boracay in November ?

Postby dt73775 » Tue Oct 16, 2012 7:17 am

There are plenty of hotels, resorts and hostels along the beach many of which provide lock-ups to store your gear and places to hire equipment if you don't want to bring your own.


I was planning on hitting Boracay Nov 3 to 7 . I was planning on bringing my kites , but if i can rent , maybe better just for 3 days of riding. Is their equipment decent ? I ride Bandit V's now

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Re: Boracay in November ?

Postby Toby » Tue Oct 16, 2012 11:30 am

There is a school wirh fone gear.
Google isla kiteboarding and ask what they have.

For such a short time renting should be better, since flying there with kitegear is a hassleand costs quiet some money, a least if you fly to Caticlan

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Re: Boracay in November ?

Postby trudy2surfing » Wed Oct 17, 2012 2:56 am

Aissatou Beach Resort (Bulabog) has an in-house kiteboarding facility, including storage facilities (at extra cost) for guests personal boarding equipment, lessons, equipment hire and a Kite Shop; stocking the popular brands Core Kiteboarding, North Kiteboarding, and Cabrinha. They're on Bulabog. But you'll find a whole heap of hotels, resorts, schools etc on line, & they'll list the equipment they hire out

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Re: Boracay in November ?

Postby dt73775 » Wed Oct 17, 2012 10:52 am

I called one of the resorts and asked if I could just rent the gear , and then the guy asked me if I had a kiteboard license. I told him I've been kiting for several years and not sure what license i need . Anybody know what he was talking about ? I think I'll throw my 9 and harness in my luggage anyway


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