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A Short Story of Kiteboarding

Also known as kitesurfing, This fairly newish water sport could be the blend of various elements and characteristics of other sports like surfing, wakeboarding, windsurfing, skateboarding, snowboarding and paragliding. An extreme sport easy to learn in which you must to hook yourself with a harness to a large kite powered by the wind and using a board similar to a wakeboard or to sail across the water. Unlike windsurfing, kitesurfers need minimum wind speed to get their wings up in the air. Late 70s Gijsbertus Adrianus Panhuise a Dutch engineer received the first kitesurfing patent. A patent to cover specifically a water sport using a board like a surf board type where a pilot standing up on

Chapter One - Kiteboarding first ever Movie

The kiteboard legacy begins. Chapter One has reunited the world top riders to show you all about this great sport. Featuring some of the legends, current champions and of course future talents of this fantastic extreme sport, like Aaron Hadlow, Ruben Lenten, Kevin Langeree, Jesse Richman, Robby Naish, Nick Jacobsen, Sam Light, Youri Zoon and Keahi de Aboitiz, this film gathered the best riders to prove that kiteboarding is really an amazing sport. This is the perfect film to intro you to the pure love that drives water sports fans to beautiful kite locations to hone their skills. It took them more than 2 and a half years travelling through breathtaking locations around the world, going throu

Casa Tara Retreat, Home of Nomad Kitesurf

Casa Tara Born with the profound desire to provide a caring, stress-free environment for all their guests… Like a safe haven created for people who just want to relax and refill their bodies with positive energy. It is located at El Teso, a little neighbourhood of El Sargento, right after you leave La Ventana while heading north. A little history The word 'Tara', also know as 'Tarini' is perceived as the "mother of all buddhas", “the one who enables living beings to cross the oceans of existence and suffering”. In many contemporary Indian languages, the word 'tara' also means star. A perpetually self-combusting thing, energising all of life. Buddhists believe that She is the one who created

La Ventana / El Sargento, Baja California Sur, Mexico

Discovered on 1985 by American windsurfers, La Ventana and El Sargento are two hospitable neighbouring communities located just in front of the Sea of Cortez and Cerralvo Island, 40 minutes from La Paz airport and a two hour driving from Los Cabos International Airport. This place has become a destination for many outdoor sports lovers who like to practice primarily water sports like kiteboarding and windsurfing. But also it is a place of residence for many foreigners who are looking for a peaceful lifestyle in a natural paradise. La Ventana and El Sargento have beautiful landscapes of the bay, Cerralvo Island and the beautiful mountains. There is an extraordinary biodiversity including many

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