Taiba Beach, Brazil.

Taiba is a small town with a unique, quiet feel. Tucked up in the upwind corner of Taibinha Beach is where you'll find some fun wave conditions along all the coast until Taiba Lagoon. Launch in front of the...

Silver Sands and Long Beach, Barbados

Barbados is a magical island full of wonder and surprise. Every corner has something different to offer. The North & East parts of the island are rocky, mountainous and constantly pounded by the Atlantic...

Langebaan, South Africa.

  About 60 miles up the coast from Cape Town is a great sea side community. The kitesurfing spot at Langebhan is a huge lagoon parallel with the coast. When the tide goes out the lagoon still has...

Nyali Beach, Kenya.

The first time I went Kitesurfing in Kenya was at Nyali Beach in the south, just outside of Mombasa. Nyali Beach is the most perfect beach a kitesurfer could hope for. There is a big sand bar that uncovers at...

Keramas, Bali.

At Balisurfpics I spend most of my time shooting the waves up the east coast of Bali, although there are plenty of black sand beach breaks up the east coast it is mainly known for its lava bottom reef breaks,...

Kimmeridge Bay, England.

The South coast's not-so-secret spot - Kimmeridge Bay. Where surfers have been sneaking around the cliffs and past the guns to the peeling reef break for years. Some degree of local knowledge is almost...

Great Western Beach, Cornwall

Great Western Beach, located in the heart of Newquay, opposite the train station and home to Newquay Surfing School and Seabreeze Bar & Cafe. The beach works on all tides but is best at mid tide....

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Dubai may not be the first place you think of when debating where to go on your next kite trip, but it has many benefits things that other destinations do not have! Dubai in the UAE close to Oman, is a...

St Lucia, Caribbean

St Lucia, located in the windward Antilles just next to Barbados; hides away some really nice kiting spots… The north of the island is quite touristy and ‘club med-y’ as it were and the south is much...