Tarifa’s unending wind, kilometres of unbroken white sand beaches, flat water, waves, sun and unique kitesurfing culture make it a global mecca for kitesurfing.
A SUP safari is a fun way to play in the water, particularly when there’s no wind or waves. Stand Up Paddleboarding is a great way to keep fit and a bit more relaxing than kitesurfing, surfing and all that other madness. If you’ve never done SUP before we can teach you how – so long as you can stand up and wave your arms about at the same time you should be able to learn. Once you know how, it’s a lovely way to explore the local marine environment, particularly if you take a snorkel and dive off for a look when you see something interesting.
Graykite’s Tarifa SUP Safaris are a great way to discover the beautiful and abundant sea life of the Straits of Gibraltar. It’s a super fun and breath taking experience on, and if you dare, under the water. We provide the paddle boards, instructors, mask, snorkel and wetsuit. We’ll even take your photos for you. You bring the excitement, fun and smiles! Paddling over crystal clear and shallow waters you will see many types of fish, turtles, dolphins and if you are lucky you might even see whales breaching in the distance. Our Tarifa SUP Safaris are a unique experience you don’t want to miss.
|MEETING POINT||At the Tuna Statue (giant windvane) between the car park and the beach|
|WEAR||Board shorts or bikini. Alternatively, wear something snug underneath your clothes if you prefer to wear a wetsuit on the board. Bring a towel.|
Boracay is one of the most beautiful islands in the world and the steady trade winds and butter flat water at Bulabog beach makes it an ideal place to learn to kite surf.
Canmore is in the majestic Canadian Rockies whose huge frozen lakes and endless mountains provide a dramatic backdrop to a perfect learning environment.