The Noosa River is a very popular kite-surfing spot in South East Queensland, South Australia, at 160 km/99 mi north of Brisbane, 1100 km/683 mi north of Sydney and 250 km/155 mi north of the Gold Coast. The catchment starts in Wahpoonga Range near Mount Elliot in the coastal Great Sandy National Park and meanders south through a lakes district around Tewantin. The catchment is mostly covered by sand dunes and has two major tributaries—Gin Gin Creek and Teewah Creek
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Kiteboarding / Kitesurfing in Isla Verde, Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico
Isla Verde is a beautiful tourist resort with many lovely hotels along the coastline and a variety of cozy restaurants, nice bars and shops in a short walk from the beach. The location features two sites for kiteboarding. The first site, is situated at the end of the beach and mostly accommodates the beginners. The second one and the most popular is at La Plage.
Boarders are able to practice freestyle and bump and jump styles. The spot has steady winds and offers the right conditions for a number of watersports, including surfing and windsurfing. The swell sizes usually start from 1 m-1.5 m/3 ft-5 ft and the ideal wind direction is from the east and northeast. In addition, the best period for waves is from October to July. Bear in mind that the average water temperature is 28°C / 82.4°F, which means that you can kiteboard at any time of the year.
Isla Verde is suitable for boarders of all skill levels. In case you are a beginner, there is no reason to worry, as there are many kiteboarding schools with professional instructors, who will help you tame the waves. Note: be careful of jellyfish.
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