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Learn to Kitesurf via walkie-talkie

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Tarifa is arguably the best place to kite-surf in all of Europe, and Dragon Kite School is a well-known place to take courses in the increasingly popular sport. The school is unique in that you communicate with your instructor via walkie-talkie while you kite surf off the windy beaches. All instructors are certified by the International Kitesurfing Organization (IKO), and all manner of lessons are offered – beginner, intermediate, advanced, group, and private lessons.

Dragon Kitesurf School.

Written by  Sarah Clise.

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