Perhaps you've seen kitesurfing exhibitions on TV, or saw some pictures of it in the internet, and found it to be very interesting. And like many others, you want to know where you can actually learn the sport. Luckily, there are more kitesurfing locations than you think. And because the rise of its popularity is phenomenal, their number is steadily increasing. So where are these places and how do you get there?
Basically any windy place with large open seas or bodies of water can be a kitesurfing location. That is why it is not confined to tropical places or coastal states. Beaches are not the only venues, as it may be done on large lakes and some rivers. As long as there are steady winds and a wide space with water, kitesurfing can be done.
Some websites contain a list of some of the best kitesurfing locations in the world. Aside from North and South America, there are several kitesurfing sites in Australia, New Zealand and Europe, and even in far countries in Asia and Africa.
Because the kitesurfing phenomenon is all over the world, there's a big chance that a kitesurfing school or club operates in your area, wherever that is. And if you move to another state or city, chances are you can still find a kitesurfing club that you can join in. This makes kitesurfing a great sport to get serious with, unlike other sports like skiing which you can only do in specific areas.