Long Bay Kite beach is one of the most renowned kiteboarding beaches in the Caribbean.
On Providenciales, Long Bay kite beach is where the kiteboarding action and lessons take place. Long Bay is an ideal beach for both the novice and advanced kiteboarder. Three miles of sandy beach, warm turquoise flat water, and steady winds ten months of the year makes Long Bay Beach a kiteboarding paradise. What you won’t find on Long Bay’s Kite Beach are rocks, gusty winds, currents, sea urchins, and obstacles. The flat water eliminates shore break, making the water very easy to access. Hop on your board and burn through the miles of shallow flat water, or, stand in waist deep water while learning the exciting sport of kiteboarding.
LONG BAY IS A PLAYGROUND UNMATCHED.
No matter what level of kiteboarder you are, you will love Long Bay’s Kite Beach. Hard to believe? Come see for yourself!
You can find our team of instructors giving lessons at the Shore Club’s public Long Bay beach access (find directions below) on every windy day.
Directions (The Shore Club’s public beach access on Long Bay Beach AKA kite beach)
The Shore Club’s public beach access on Long Bay Beach is located 1.2 miles
past the last roundabout on Leeward Highway when heading away from the
airport. This is the roundabout where Leeward Highway goes from 4 lanes to 2
lanes (look for ‘Miss Moonies’ store on the right near roundabout). After traveling 1.2 miles past this roundabout, you will see a large sign for “The Shore Club” on your right. Make this right. You will hit a dead end T- junction (1/3 mile ahead) and will see a resort to your right. Make a right towards the resort at the end of the road. Immediately make your first left into the parking lot just prior to the resort. You are here!
From the parking lot, walk down the sand path towards the water. You will see a pole with colorful signs on it. Kite Provo flags are black and to the left of the boardwalk. Look for Kite Provo instructors wearing red shirt