Kite Surfing in Boracay

There are so many activities that you can do while on a vacation in Boracay. Of the tons of water sports available, from scuba diving to motor bike rides, the one that sparked my interest was kite surfing. Also called kite-skiing or fly-surfing, this sport basically uses a parachute-type kite and 4 lines hooking up the surfer and his surfboard.

Kite surfing

The gear, a wipika/flysurfer or the kiteski, are specialized equipment which can be bought between $600 to $1,500 or can be rented for around $90 in Boracay.

Boracay Kite Surfing

However, it seems like this kite-surfing is a little regulated like scuba-diving so you will need to take a 3 and a half day course which costs about $350. A little on the expensive side but it looks too exciting to pass up.

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  • surfer.kite

    boracay is a nice place also..many tourist love to visit that place..kiteboard barcelona is a great game..its one of the fastest growing water sport in the world..

  • second hand kitesurfing equipment

    Im really hoping to go to boracay next year. Looks awesome for kitesurfing!

  • http://- vidar halvorsen

    Ohh.. i wish i could go there and learn… i have been dreaming of kiting for so long now…maybe ill get a course this fall, and bring my gear over new year 😀


  • Eva Zumwinkel

    Thank you!

  • Josiah Mata

    Very superior site. Good job. thnx.

  • Jade Giavazzi

    I am so thankful for finding your website!

  • uli stecher

    hi abe!
    i am the owner of isla kiteboarding!
    your article is nice, thanks. some more info:
    the courses are 325$, rentals are 100$ a day or 370$ a week.
    the gear you find is only f-one, north, slingshot,and naish.
    one thing is tru, once starting it, you get adicted.

  • edward

    Very good website. I will visit here again.
    Try to see my site and make a comments. Thanks

  • Eric Baroy Mahinay

    You have a nice and informative blog…I can see that Siquijor is not on your lists of visited places.Pls try to visit the home province of my parents…