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Kitesurfing
Thanks to its position in the Lesser Antilles, the winds, which come off of the Atlantic in a north to east movement are constant on Aruba. And these epic trade winds are one of the island’s marquee attractions. While sailing and windsurfing are popular activities, the newer sport of kitesurfing has really taken off in recent years. Best described as a marriage of surfing, wakeboarding, paragliding, and gymnastics, the aerial aquatic extreme activity is not for the faint of heart or equipment adverse. A number of schools and outfitters on the island teach the basics of maneuvering the foiled boards while strapped to an oversized kite. It’s advisable to take a package of lessons over the course of your stay to really get the hang of it.
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Palm Beach, Aruba