- Member since
- 12th June 2007
Kitesurfer, travel reporter, photographer, videographer
Turbulence Extreme Sports
- January 2008
- October 2007
Adam Jones reviewed Kite Cabo Verde in Canary Islands, Spain
Cabo Verde's sandy beaches, good wind and big waves has made it popular with windsurfers and kitesurfers and it's morphing from the quite spot it once was as money is spent on the tourist infrastructure. Level with
the canaries, Cabo Verde is in the pe…"
Adam Jones reviewed Kiting Cabarete in Dominican Republic
This is where to come to see the future of kitesurfing. The local kids who teach in the kiting schools spend their afternoons trying out new tricks when conditions are flat but then come in when it gets too big
leaving it to the visitors to play in the…"
Adam Jones reviewed Tarifa Kitesurfing in Andalucia, Spain
On the southern tip of Spain is Tarifa: "The wind capital of Europe". With both a cross off shore wind blowing at around 50 or 60 miles an hour and cross on shore wind blowing at between 15 and 20 coming from the ocean and the mountains Tarifa is sandwic…"
The two main beaches on the Dingle peninsular have some of the world's best waves, the full Atlantic swell crashes into the coast with waves from six to 30 or 40 feet high. For people who can't imagine it it is something like an overcast Maui, and the c…"
For great flat water, Egypt's Ras Sudr is ideal: two man made lagoons and a peninsular scooping into the Red Sea provide plenty of kite surfing options and the wind blows all day. Between May and October the wind starts at about 10 and doesn't show sign…"
The flat, snow swept plateaus around Haugastol offer 3,200 square kilometres of prime snowkiting fields. The snow is about six metres deep and only one road runs across this incredible space, with very limited vehicle access, so it's just flat white emp…"
- July 2007
Cumbuco in the North East of Brazil has become one of the world’s hot spots for kiting. As soon as you step off the plane in Fortaleza you start to see signs with pictures of kiters on them and the well worn board bags that litter the airports arrival ga…"