We do have no-wind days occasionally—just like any other kitesurf spot. But there are plenty of toys and other options available on the island for an active day on the water. Besides, it would be a shame to miss out on the other attractions that make the Calamianes Islands a world-famous travel destination. The pictures are in the gallery here.
A spectacular, mystical place with blue lagoons, limestone cliffs, rocky coves and turquoise water. It’s one of the last places in the Philippines where one can see the national bird, the Philippine Eagle. In this protected area, ecosystems have rich concentrations of marine life. On days without wind, we take you to our secret spots to explore.
Our private, palm-fringed island sits atop a vibrant, 50-hectare coral reef. The staff has been caring for it for over a decade. It’s well-preserved and teeming with exotic fish! Use the quality masks and snorkels available at the kite camp.
We don’t do dive tours, but the area is full of famous shipwrecks from WW2. We can arrange for you to go diving with local schools nearby.
Boards and kayaks are also free for guests to use at leisure. Get a good workout and see our aquarium-like reef and its fish from above.
Sailors can take our Hobie Cat for a cruise around the neighboring islands and check out the other beautiful beaches.
Practice your wakeboarding over crystal clear water. It’s also a good sport for beginner kiters to improve their board skills.
The local version of Sashimi – called “Kilawin” – is even better if you try it with the fish you caught yourself half an hour ago. Don’t worry – if you have no luck we ask the local pros to get a fresh fish for you.
At the end of an active day, unplug and relax! Play card games with the others in the common lounge or catch up on some reading. We have Scrabble, Chess, Backgammon, Pictionary, Philippine Monopoly, Trivial Pursuit, Cards Against Humanity, Tarot, Poker, Jenga and Sungka.
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