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Why You'll Love Kitesurfing In Dutch-antilles!

  • Perfect learning spots where you will find buttery flat and shallow water, through to the more challenging wave spots
  • Blessed with reliable trade winds all year round
  • A variety of different spots cater to all levels of abilities

Did you know...

The Dutch Antilles cover a total land area of 800 square kilometres and the majority of the population lives on the island of Curacao. Once the centre of the Caribbean slave trade, Curacao now derives its wealth from its oil refineries. 

Bonaire is one of the Dutch Antilles ABC (Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao) Islands, just of the coast of Northern Venezuela. Bonaire, has long been famous for scuba diving holidays and windsurfing. However this is also an amazing Kitesurf location, making for a perfect multi water sports holiday. There are no accommodations directly on the kitesurf beach so a kitesurf holiday to Bonaire comes with a car for the 10 to 20 minute drive from your chosen Bonaire hotel. Planet Kitesurf Holidays can arrange flights from either the UK via Amsterdam or from another other international airport as required.
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Saint Martin is a lovely little island of luscious rolling hills, beautiful beaches and warm seas situated on the boarders of the Greater and Lesser Antilles in the eastern Caribbean Sea. Being just 95 km² it is the smallest land in the world to be shared by 2 different nations – and harmoniously for nearly 350 years. The Dutch Saint Maarten (St Martin) occupies around one third of the island and is dominated by duty-free shopping, casinos and cruise ship tourism. The French Saint Martin, where our centre and hotels are, has an emphasis on nature, relaxation, elegance, luxury, pristine beaches and fine cuisine.

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Aruba is situated in the heart of the southern Caribbean, just 15 miles off the coast of Venezuela. It is 19 miles long and 6 miles across at its widest point, with an approximate area of 70 square miles. Aruba is a great kitesurf holiday destination for all levels of kitesurfing. With perfect learning spots where you will find buttery flat and shallow water, through to the more challenging wave spots.

Aruba is a stunning island, with picturesque beaches, and renowned friendly locals. What's more is this small island is blessed with reliable trade winds all year round, making it an excellent kitesurf holiday destination.

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