- Sensation Level : Chill
- Spoken languages : French, English, Spanish
- Fitness level : from Everybody welcome to Occasionally sporty
- Duration : 2H
- Cancellation policy : flexible
- Meeting point : Marina Tehoro: PK 43,5 Mataiea
- Openning Seasons : All Year
The CBCM Tahiti school welcomes you all year round to introduce you to and improve your practice of kitesurfing.
The mobil school move to spots on the south coast between Maraa and Taravao. The choice is made according to the weather conditions in order to sail in all wind directions and increase the frequency of the sessions.
The main body of water is exceptional and varied. Personalized downwind, on the south coast or on the Presqu’ile depending on your level and your desires.
Among all the islands of the archipelago, there are mainly two that are famous for kitesurfing: Tahiti and Moorea
Beaches lined with coconut palms, wind and turquoise lagoons against a backdrop of green mountains: in short, a heavenly setting for sailing. Not to mention that Polynesia has some of the most famous waves on the planet!
What are the best kitesurfing spots in Tahiti in French Polynesia?
The best kitesurfing spots around Tahiti are Mahina (Motu Martin) north of Papeete on Tahiti, Moorea the neighboring island of Tahiti, Bora Bora or Huahine.
What is the best time of year for a kitesurfing trip to Tahiti?
It is possible to kitesurf all year round, the best time to come kitesurf in Tahiti is between the months of May to October.
What are the temperatures on the kitesurf spots of Tahiti and the other islands?
During the kitesurfing season in Tahiti, from June to September, the lagoon temperatures are at 27-28°, and the air temperatures between 27 and 29°.
What is the level required for a kitesurfing stay in Tahiti?
The paradisiacal lagoons of French Polynesia are perfect playgrounds for beginners and experienced kiters alike. There are also the waves, waves accessible for intermediate and confirmed levels, and for some, world class, they are reserved for the elite of surfing!