Barbados is undoubtedly a little piece of paradise. It is an independent nation and the most easterly island of the Caribbean chain, located east of the Windward Islands and north-east of Trinidad & Tobago. Surrounded by turquoise waters and white sand beaches, it is no wonder that many seek to discover Barbados’ 166 square miles of natural wonders and breathtaking coastlines.

North-east trade winds rush over the island all-year round with the peak kitesurfing season typically spanning from November to April. The most popular kitesurfing spots are on the south-east coast of the island, where the conditions are generally depicted by waves on the outside reefs, fun kickers and clean barrels.

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