India has a massive 7,600 kilometres of coastline and beautiful beaches. With beaches so amazing, water sports are becoming a new obsession for adventure sports lovers. Kitesurfing is one of them. It is also commonly known as Kiteboarding and is one of the most popular extreme sports of the new millennium that is making adepts in every corner of the world. Kitesurfing is a wind powered surface water sport using a kite and a board to move across the water. It is a sport that combines the excitement of paragliding, surfing and wakeboarding together.
There are different styles of kitesurfing India, including freestyle, free ride, down winders, speed, course racing, wake style, jumping and kitesurfing in the waves. The history of kitesurfing takes us to two brothers, Bruno Legaignoux and Dominique Legaignoux, from the Atlantic coast of France who developed kites for kitesurfing in the late 1970s and early 1980s and patented an inflatable kite design in November 1984, a design that has been used by companies to develop their own products.
People love the freedom of kitesurfing India on the beaches of Goa. People can go long distance, explore islands and don’t even require any fuel. All they need is wind. The equipment for kitesurfing India is travel-friendly and doesn’t take more than five minutes to set up.
Goa is usually associated with music and free spirited people, but the greenery and tranquillity that it offers is often overlooked. At Vaayu Ocean Adventures, we show that eco- tourism has place in Goa too and want to change the world’s perception that it is not a high wind destination.