Puerto Rico is situated in the northeastern Caribbean and consists of an archipelago that includes the main island of Puerto Rico and a number of smaller islands. The climate here is classified as tropical marine climate, with an average temperature of 82.4°F/ 28°C, throughout the year. Although it is a small island, the smallest island of the Greater Antilles, Puerto Rico provides superb natural surroundings, countless adventure experiences and many places of historical interest.
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Kiteboarding / Kitesurfing in Beach Club, Moorea Island, French Polynesia
Moorea Island attracts many visitors from around the world, as it is a favorite destination among the rest of the Society Islands and can be easily accessed by boat or plane from Tahiti. For those who are into water sports, Moorea offers a wide variety of activities, as it is surrounded by the bluest waters of the Pacific.
Located on the north west side of Moorea, Beach Club is an amazing sandy beach, fronted by a lagoon that offers the best flat water conditions on the island. Favored with turquoise shallow waters and enough space to safely launch your kite, the spot is one of the main attractions for kite boarding enthusiasts of all skill levels.
The tropical climate provides small temperature variations and the average temperature ranges from 70 °F/21 °C to 88 °F/31 °C, while the sea temperature is always inviting. The spot works well with winds coming from east, southeast and northeast and when the eastern trade winds are on, kite boarders can enjoy long rides inside or outside the lagoon.
For those who are new to the sport, schools operating on the spot are located in a sand bank with very shallow water, covered with coconut trees. For the most advanced kiters, riding out the wide ocean swell, outside the lagoon can provide all the excitement they need. Keep in mind that the beach is ultra crowded during weekends, so be aware of other kiters and boats. Note that the reef is shallow and the corals are hard, so watch your knees.
Beach club has schools that offer all the necessary gear and experienced instructors, if you want to combine holidays on a paradise island and also brush up your skills. And remember, if your trip in French Polynesia should include only one island, it should definitely be Moorea!