Added: Avni Tores - Date: 13.05.2022 13:16 - Views: 49132 - Clicks: 1901
I spent a week in May in Oahu; I had the chance to kite every day. The North Shore has lots of obstacles, tricky launches, and gigantic waves. I kited instead in beautiful and relaxed Kailua. The spot offers a long sandy beach with tons of room for kiters.
The place is ideal if you are traveling with non-kiter family members, which was my case. Getting there is easy.
You can park at Kailua Beach Parkyou can get a quick lunch at Kalapawai Market before your kite session and relax on the grass after. My family was also happy to find plenty of room to swim in the ocean, picnic tables, and clean washroom facilities at the park.
The wind was on the light side, mostly in the mid- ten knots. I kited for the first time with sea turtles, it was a real treat!
Because of its popularity for swimmers, it seems that a board leash is mandatory. Most of the riders were using surfboards — I bought my first one right after that trip. It was a huge house, clean, and a very short drive from the kite spot. While driving there, we saw plenty of surfer bum trucks driven by young Hawaiians with their surfboard on top! We also stopped at the Dole Pineapple Plantation, which is a must for families.
Kailua Kite Beach I kited instead in beautiful and relaxed Kailua.Oahu kite surfing
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