Spot: Big Waves, Flat, Medium Waves, Shallow, Small Waves
Indonesia has always been recognized as a surfing mecca though it is slowly becoming more and more recognized as well as an amazing kiteboarding destination. The National Institute of Aeronautics and Space (LAPAN) claims that the Indonesian archipelago has 18,307 islands. Not all are inhabited though it comes to show how amazing and vast this destination is.
Indonesia overall is a very popular place to visit regardless of its world class waves and wind. Travelers from all around the world go to experience the different activities on and off the water.
In Indo you can explore its nature, temples, monkeys, beaches as well immerse yourself in their ways of life and celebration. On the water you will have world class blue clear waters and conditions for surfing, stand up paddle boarding, snorkeling, scuba diving and kiteboarding! This is a destination we highly recommend to anyone.
Currency: Indonesian Rupiah
Level: Beginner to Professional
Winds: 12-30 knots
Kites Needed: Small 6m-8m / Medium 9m-11m / Large 12m-15m
Flat Water Spots: Yes
Beach Break Spots: Yes
Wetsuit Needed?: No
Water Temperatures: 25-29°C
Uncrowded Waters: Yes
Kiteboarding Lessons Average: 30-50 USD
Average Good Meal + Drink Price: 3-20 USD
Nightlife: Depends on which
Amazing Downwinders: Not really
The best time for kiteboarding is during the dry months of May through September. You have chances of condition around the year though for optimum stable kiteboarding condition visit during the dry months.
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