Sports in Puerto Rico – Kitesurfing

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If you are looking for great sports in Puerto Rico to practice in the Island, kitesurfing could be the perfect fit!

This sport is a slippery specialty that consists of the use of a kite that drags by means of four lines to the athlete that crosses the sea with a board, however it has become in Puerto Rico an increasingly habitual practice.

The sport of kitesurfing consists of the use of a kite that drags the athlete through the line with a board through four lines, has become Puerto Rico in an increasingly habitual practice.

Although there is no official data, each year it is estimated that hundreds of new practitioners are incorporated into this discipline, as a result both locals and tourists enjoy kitesurfing as a way to combine vacations with a risky sport that is increasingly attracted by more fans.

The list of schools on the island is wide, located in spots like Luquillo, Carolina, Isabela and Cabo Rojo.

In the Island there are hundreds of students who pass through the kitesurfing facilities each year, especially in the summer months, when the wind does not stop blowing on the shores of Puerto Rico.

Good wind conditions offered by the island have increased the number of people arriving, both from Puerto Rico and abroad.

One of the tourists who have passed through the school is John Tyler of Rockford (Illinois), who chose Puerto Rico for the safety of warm weather in the winter months and the good prices the island offers for accommodation.

Since the sixties, Isabela, Aguadilla and Rincon have come to hundreds of surfers every year who spend months on the Caribbean island, a model of tourism that local authorities want to repeat now with kitesurfing and contribute to the improvement of The local economy.

Sport in Puerto Rico is already a considered one of the biggest attractions for tourists, who averages five million per year.

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