The Perfect Set-Up
For Your Next
Kiteboarding Adventure

The Turks and Caicos is one of the best locations in the world to kiteboard. With consistent trade winds, warm climate, shallow and turquoise waters, along with some of the Caribbean’s top rated kite schools, Long Bay beach is unparalleled as a top kiting destination.

Here are the TOP 5 REASONS, with facts and stats, explaining why we have the perfect set-up for your next kiteboarding adventure.

Top 5 Reasons

1. The Wind

  • Side-on or onshore wind
  • Average kite size between 9-14 m2 year round

Tired of getting skunked for wind? NOT HERE! With 10 months of consistent winds, Long Bay Beach boasts some of the most consistent wind in the Caribbean.

2. The Climate

The Turks and Caicos Islands experiences pleasant and consistent weather. It’s always summer here! The temperate varies only a small amount (less than 20 degrees F) from summer to winter months. Even our cooler winter days are warm enough to wear a bathing suit!

The climate and conditions for activities on and in the water is typically excellent throughout the year.

3. The Bay / The Beach

Long Bay beach is a 3 mile long beach on the southeast coast of Providenciales. The water is bright turquoise and clear. At low tide, you can walk out for nearly 2 miles; making the conditions for kiteboarding as perfect as you can get. Long Bay does not get any of the larger ocean swell waves that the northern beaches do, making it ideal for freeride and learning.

About 15 minutes away from the airport and 5 minutes from most restaurants, groceries as well as the world renowned Grace Bay,
Long Bay is close to everything, but yet away from the crowds.

To get to the beach from White Villa, you simply take the beach access across the street, walk about 2 minutes… and you are on your own beach or at least, it feels that way.

If you are indeed alone on the beach, White Villa has installed a self launching post for your convenience.

If you want to see people, kiteboarders, perhaps takes lessons or rent equipment, just walk 20 minutes east, towards the ShoreClub resort.

4. The Island

The Turks and Caicos (TCI) is a small British Overseas Territory found between the Bahamas and the Dominican Republic. Providenciales (Provo) is 37.5 square miles and by far the most populated, most developed and the center of Turks and Caicos tourism. The ambience of the islands is laid back and friendly.

The island is safe (one of the safest islands in the Caribbean), clean and populated with welcoming and friendly people.

Finding direct flights from North American cities is pretty easy as several airlines offer daily and weekly flights, especially in high season.

It’s also easy to get around, either by scooter, car (even though people drive on the left side of the road), jitney or taxi.

For the off kiteboarding days or the non kiteboarders in your party, Providenciales offers tons of fun activities: jet skiing, boating, snorkelling, diving, stand up paddle board, golfing, horseback riding, etc…

More information about renting a vehicle and all activities.


Provo was voted the Best Vacation Island in the World by TripAdvisor.

5. The Villa

Modern design, large openings, great ocean views, a large terrace, a hotel-style pool, stylish private bedrooms and bathrooms – White Villas represents « Luxury Indoor Outdoor Living » at its best.

White Villas also offers all the kiteboarding amenities: storage, place to rinse equipment, close to the beach, self launching post.


After all, White Villa was built for kiteboarders, by kiteboarders.

Extra : The Best kiteboarding Instructors

White Villa has partnered with the island top kiteboarding school, KiteProvo (Chris – 649 242-2927). Kite Provo is the first and longest running kiteboarding school in the Turks & Caicos, since 2006. They are a super fun team of kiteboard-loving enthusiasts.

With consistent trade winds 10 months out of the year and shallow water, the learning conditions on Provo are nothing short of world class. Conditions alone are not enough, combine this with the professional instructors and you have the best kiteboarding opportunity on the planet!

1. Learn Kiteboarding

If you have never flown a power kite before, this will be your first feel of the excitement of kiting. You will have fun with Kite Provo’s certified instructors learning the handling skills. Different size kites makes this available for everyone – even young kids (80 lbs or more).

In this introduction 3 hour private course of kitesurfing, you will learn:

  • Kite Control (80% of learning is in the kite)
  • Fundamentals of the wind
  • Power Strokes – How to get just enough kite power.
  • Kiteboarding nomenclature
  • Body positioning
  • How to set up the equipment and safety systems
  • Next step with the board, in the water – all this within the 3 hour course.

Cost: 525$ – Discount of $175 for White Villas’ guests = $350 taxes in 

2. Improve your technique

Get all the attention of IKO/PASA certified instructor to progress at your own pace.

Cost: 175$/hour – White Villas’s guests get 100$ off their bill


KiteProvo has assembled a team of not only top level kiteboarders, but instructors that truly take a personal interest in the success of each and every student. Kite Provo then trains them in the art of communication and how to change teaching style to meet the learning style of our guests and new friends. The school manager, Chris Moore, has been teaching kite sports professionally since 1990 and kiteboarding since 1999. In 2002 Chris wrote the teaching manual for instructor certification, pioneering the PASA Kiteboarding Division. Using his extensive experience and passion for teaching, KiteProvo has trained the highest caliber of instructors on the planet right here in The Turks and Caicos.

KiteProvo teaches with state of the art radio communication systems… which truly accelerates the learning process.