Beginning windsurfers often exclaim that the sport is harder than it looks. Avid windsurfers will retort that it is more than ... More
Anini Beach Windsurfing
Beginning windsurfers often exclaim that the sport is harder than it looks. Avid windsurfers will retort that it is more than worth the trouble. Cruising through the water at speeds of 20 miles per hour or more, borne only by the power of the wind and the sail, is a heady experience. People who want to get past the challenge and into the fun of the sport should book time with the pros at Anini Beach. Knowledgeable and friendly, the instructors can accommodate any age or experience level. The introductory lesson comes with a satisfaction guarantee.
This is a great company, fairly good equipment (hey, I wouldn't rent the best out to tourists either) very accommodating and Anini Beach couldn't be more beautiful. No big waves, plenty wind and not too crowded.
Not the spot for experienced windsurfers, but lots of fun for beginners and intermediates.
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