Kitesurfing in Philippine is dedicated by the trade winds, the Northeastern monsoon, also known as Amihan, and the South-western monsoon winds- Habagat. The Amihan season begins from November to April while the Habagat season runs between May and October. The Philippine kitesurfing season is greatly influenced by the two wind seasons. Amihan is the best kitesurfing season as there are no extremely strong winds. The season is characterized by steady, consistent and reliable winds all through. Although Kite surfing in Philippine started many years back, it is in the last five years that this spot has gained ground. Therefore, there are no plenty of infrastructures for kitesurfers. However, the most popular kitesurfing beaches in Philippine include:
Bagasbas beach: this is a small fishing town with beautiful sceneries. The beach has been Philippines kitesurfing spot since the 1980s. Here, you will enjoy a world class kitesurfing experience.
Bulabog Beach: this beach is one of the most popular kite surfing spots in Philippine. The ground boast of having bars, schools, hiring centers as well as turquoise lagoon that receives cross-onshore Amihan winds. A day here is enough to change your kitesurfing experience.
Pagudpud peninsula coast: located at the northern part of Philippines, Kitesurfing Pugudpud coast is the best place to get away from the crowd, a place to enjoy your holiday vacation with friends or family. It is one of the best kitesurfing beaches with big wave breaks and conditions for the most experienced kiteboarders. There are a few resorts on the beachfront to relax yourself after a busy time in the water. Best place for going kitesurfing in Pagudpud is Kingfisher Resort that has a fully equipped kite-center called KiteUtopia with all the newest Cabrinha and Neil Pryde gear for sale and rent.
Coron and Calamianes Islands: also situated in Palawan, the beach offers lots of kitesurfing options; emerald water, open water chop, mirror-flat. There is a solar powered kite camp, on a private island, for kitesurfers to help them navigate island hop without difficulties.
Puerto Princesa: the spot is suitable for kitesurfing from November to March or April when the Amihan, a northerly wind, blows at around 12 to 15 knots.
Cuyo islands: the island has a total of eight islets that can be accessed by boat. You will enjoy riding the Vitoria beach also.
Consider taking your next holiday vacation or weekend in the Philippines during your next outing trip. Other than kitesurfing Philippines, you will enjoy to interact with friendly folks and learn to smile all the time. You will enjoy everything from spot to the hospitable culture of the Philippines and the Filipino people.