Kiteboarding in Boracay

Over the years, Boracay kiteboarding has emerged as one of the most thrilling adventures you can engage in. If you want to try something different, this is worth checking out. 
The action takes place in Bulabog Beach. This site is ideal due to the wind conditions, so it is also the staging area for windsurfing and other water sport competitions. You can rent the necessary equipment in the shops at Bulabog Beach. Two of the best known locations are Habagat Banana Saging and Habagat Kite Village. 
What to See
For those who have not tried it, you will be propelled by a kite and a board. You will be strapped to the board. These straps are used to handle the kite. Once you are strapped on, you can go for it.
Of course training is required first. These lessons will take anywhere from two to four days. 
Pay close attention to the instructions given about tides, the weather and safety. Once you are ready, you can go Boracay kite boarding on Bulabog Beach. There is no need to worry about the instructor qualifications. Those at Bulabog Beach have International Kite boarding Association (IKO) certifications. 
Various prototypes have been in existence since the 18th century. From the different styles that have emerged, one of the most popular is the the single direction board. The wakeboard style is also well known. 
While the styles may vary, they all use wind power to get the individual across a surface of water. The sport is also known as kitesurfing. Kiteboarding styles differ, with freestyle being the most well known. 
The popularity of the sport is growing at a tremendous rate. In 2006, it was estimated that there are 200,000 kitesurfers on the planet. Among the most popular styles are cruising, jumping, freeride and wave riding. The different styles emerged to suit the preferences of different riders. 
Starter courses are available for 5,800 pesos. This is for a single day lesson. If you prefer the 3 day lesson, the cost will be 14,000 pesos. The prices are subject to change, so have a look around. 
Other Info
The sport looks risky, but technology has improved the safety standards greatly the past several years. The lessons also offer extensive guides on what you should and should not do. 
If you want to try Boracay kiteboarding, take the time to learn the lessons well. They will go a long way towards helping you enjoy the activity.

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One comment

  1. Hi, I am going to Boracay on Nov 23 to 28 with my husband and would like to learn how to play kitesurfing.

    We both are from HK and please advise the price for the course.

    1.Price for beginner, after done can we play alone? How many day we need to take?
    2.Price for 3 days course, after done can we play alone?
    3.Price for certification. after done can we play alone? How many day we need to take?

    Does the course include hotel pick up? We planned to stay in station 2.

    Looking forward to receiving your feedback.

    Thanks & Best Regards

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