Kitesurfing - Hawaii

 KITESURFING HOLIDAYS - HAWAII


THE LURE

As it's surrounded by lushes waves and sandy beaches that stretch as far as the eye can see, you won't care much for what else Hawaii has to offer, but there's plenty to keep you occupied if you're not on the water, too.


WIND & WEATHER

With beaches facing 360°, who cares what direction it comes from! October through May sees the wind average 25 knots, daily creating some generous waves. The air temperature hovers around the 27°C/80°F. From June to September you'll be able to ride on flatter water, perfect for beginners.


WATER

These are some seriously luxurious conditions, and of course the water is right on par, luring you in to its warm clutches at 26°C/79°F. You won't even need a wetsuit.


GETTING ABOUT

Renting a van is the best way to get around Maui Car hire is also an option. Bike's are perfect for those who want to experience some local adventures off the beaten track.


DON'T MISS

- Celebrating sunset every night at Mallory Square.
- Seeing Key West by bike.
- Deep sea fishing tours.

 


Added: 2009-06-24

Region: North America

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