Learn Kiteboarding in Hawaii

Hawaii KiteboardingThis is good news for those who want to spend holiday in one of the most beautiful places in the world and practice or learn kitesurfing at the same time. You can do it in the only American state that is completely surrounded by water – Hawaii!
The archipelago of Hawaii consists of eight big volcanic islands and many smaller ones. The landscape of the area is diverse and beautiful: high mountains and volcanoes, valleys, picturesque beaches, meadows, rocks and reefs.
If you want to learn kiteboarding in Hawaii, the best place is Maui island. There are several kiteboarding schools here: Kitesurfing School of Maui, Maui Kiteboarding Lessons by Aqua Sports, Action Sports Maui. The last one is the largest school of the whole archipelago, so those who want to learn kiteboarding in Hawaii, will find here lessons for riders on all levels. The school is located on the famous Kite Beach, very near the airport. It has long tradition and may boast about experienced and professional instructors. The courses last from one day (short introduction for beginners) to ten days. There are also courses for kids as well as trainings for those who want to become kiteboarding instructors in the future.
To learn kiteboarding in Hawaii you do not have to stay on Maui Island, there are also some schools on Oahu and other islands.


1 Response to “Learn Kiteboarding in Hawaii”

  1. October 6, 2009 at 10:44 pm

    There’s good info here. I did a search on the topic and found most people will agree with your blog. Keep up the good work mate! 🙂

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