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Why you'll love windsurfing in Dutch-antilles!

  • The Dutch Antilles has a tropical climate, with warm weather all year round and are world renowned for its excellent conditions for windsurfing
  • Pure, simple and unspoiled way of life making it the ideal windsurfing destination
  • Crystal waters of the Caribbean, the natural beauty in the Dutch Antilles are overwhelming. Pink feathered flamingos, emerald green mangroves and a kaleidoscope of tropical fish

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Bonaire, and its small sister island Klien Bonaire, is one of three islands in the Caribbean making up the Dutch Antilles or ABC islands (Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao) and is one of the least tourist-developed and visited of the islands, yet both on land and under the sea, one of the Caribbean's most striking. It is located just north of Venezuela, south of the hurricane belt offering a year-round stable climate. Apart from being an amazing windsurf location Bonaire also offer world-class diving and so makes for an ideal windsurf / dive combination holiday.

The island of Bonaire offers a friendly environment for all visitors. Couples can enjoy each other's company, even if one likes to sail and the other likes to enjoy the beach. And it is the ideal place for a family holiday. Children can also begin the lessons from four years old! Bonaire is one of the most perfect and easiest windsurf destinations in the world! There is a stunningly beautiful huge flat water lagoon, wind almost all year and a very nice hotel directly on the windsurf beach. For UK travellers there is no direct flight but the longer flight time is a small price to pay for such a great destination. Also, Bonaire is not as expensive as many of the other Caribbean Islands with the general cost of living more in line with the UK.
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Saint Martin is a lovely little island of luscious rolling hills, beautiful beaches and warm seas situated on the boarders of the Greater and Lesser Antilles in the eastern Caribbean Sea. Being just 95 km² it is the smallest land in the world to be shared by 2 different nations – and harmoniously for nearly 350 years. The Dutch Saint Maarten (St Martin) occupies around one third of the island and is dominated by duty-free shopping, casinos and cruise ship tourism. The French Saint Martin, where our sports centres and hotels are, has an emphasis on nature, relaxation, elegance, luxury, pristine beaches and fine cuisine.

As well as windsurfing and kitesurfing, St Martin offers a wide choice of other activities both on and off the water. The waves are great for traditional surfing and Stand Up Surfing (SUP), with conditions suitable for beginners and advanced. The centre has it's own catamaran which will sail out to the surf spots, saving precious energy, and allowing friend and families to relax, take pictures, and get a close up view of the action. Wake boarding and waterskiing can be arranged for light wind days, along with parasailing for a real adrenaline rush. On land activities include Trekking/Hiking, Quad Biking, Horse Riding, 18 Hole Golf Course, Mountain Biking, and Parachuting.

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Aruba is situated in the heart of the southern Caribbean, just 15 miles off the coast of Venezuela. It is 19 miles long and 6 miles across, at its widest point, with an area of approximately 70 square miles. Aruba is a great windsurfing holiday destination for all levels of windsurfer. With perfect learning spots where you will find buttery flat, shallow water, up to the challenging wave spots.

Aruba is a stunning island, with picturesque beaches, and renowned friendly locals. What's more is this small island is blessed with year round reliable trade winds, making it an awesome, and beautiful windsurf holiday destination.

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