Guide to Windsurfing in Cabarete

Guide to Windsurfing in Cabarete Our mini guide to the spot, history, centers and right of way rules. For over 30 years, Cabarete has offered the perfect playground to watersports fanatics from all corners of the globe. So much so that it has been named as one of the top wind sports destinations in the world. Let’s kick start this guide off with a trip down memory lane to where it all began with windsurfing in Cabarete. A Brief History Lesson If you’ve visited Cabarete before, then you’ve probably heard this story. If not, then let us fill you in on where it all began. Around the 1980’s, Hawaii was the place to be for windsurfing. It’s where everyone went to […]

Kiteboarding In Cabarete

Kiteboarding in Cabarete wind conditions, spot map, choosing a school, and right of way rules With consistent trade winds 330 days a year, Cabarete provides some of the best kitesurfing conditions in the Caribbean! With a mix of flat water and wave spots, it’s the perfect location for all kitesurfing disciplines. In the 1980’s by Canadian windsurfer Jean Laporte who was blown away (literally) by the reliable trade winds. Cabarete was on the wind map! Since then, Cabarete has hosted many kitesurfing World Cup events and attracted countless professional, amateur and beginner kitesurfers all looking to improve without having to wear a wetsuit. Cabarete Wind So when is it windy here in Cabarete? Pretty much all the time! Our warm […]

When Is It Windy In Cabarete?

When Is It Windy In Cabarete? Discover the best times to book your windy vacation. When is it windy in Cabarete? This is the question we get asked most. The short answer: It’s pretty much always windy here in Cabarete. If you landed on this page, you are probably planning some sort of vacation that includes some sort of wind sport—because that is what our town is now known for. We decided to write this article so you can plan your trip accordingly. A Little History Since the mid-80s, Cabarete has been touted as one of the best destinations for anything with a sail. It all began when a windsurfer from Canada named Jean Laporte was introduced to the Dominican […]