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TravelAfrica30+ KNOTS KITEBOARDING - Canary Islands

30+ KNOTS KITEBOARDING – Canary Islands

It has been mostly light wind since we arrived here in the Canary Islands however some strange weather and wind directions came through a few days go, delivering a SW storm to the island. As we do most days we put all the kit in the car that we thought we might use headed to the beach, first stop was a morning kite loop session in the big waves on Cotillo beach. Grinding shore break leads to epic kickers for loops in strong wind on the 8m Dice… its so good to get up in the air again and blow the cobwebs away.

Driving the north shore to check some spots, we enjoyed a spot of Kook watching along the way. Before arriving at the afternoon session spot. A wave session for Craig’s first afternoon on the island, heading to one of the many north shore reefs for a strapless wave ride shred to get him into some size… some big wight water and some close calls… but a decent shot of adrenaline for the day!!!

Sending out good vibes to all you guys out there stuck in lockdown, we will all shred again soon!!


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