You don’t need time on your side to learn how to kitesurf on your gap year. If you ensure you’re learning from a seasoned professional and respect the others both in the air and those enjoying the beach below you, there’s no reason why you couldn’t add it to your gap year must do list.
Grab your kite, board and harness in some of the most idyllic spots around the world. Those of you who choose to venture through South America are bound to hear great things about the Isla Margarita in Venezuela. Kite surfers swarm to the coast whether they are tourists visiting the area or seasoned locals. The Greek Islands are more than a sun-kissed paradise for those wishing to lounge by a pool. They can be a hub of excitement with Paros and Naxos renowned for their impressive kite surfing conditions. Then of course, there’s Maui, Hawaii, the birthplace of kite surfing. With its idyllic surroundings, Maui attractions kite surfers of all levels, all year round.
If you want to learn how to kite surf on your gap year get in contact with one of great suppliers and rush to strap that harness on!
Take in 3 major Spanish cities with us on the way, learn Spanish for 20 hours per week, take part in Spain’s biggest festival, and indulge in Spanish culture from Flamenco to Tapas!