With 150 miles of pristine coastline, and some of the East Coast's largest swaths of undisturbed maritime forest, the Outer Banks is a popular destination for nature lovers. As an important spot on America's "Flyway," which is the route that migrating birds take on their northern and southern treks across the country, the Outer Banks is the temporary home to hundreds of species of birds. Combine this with the number of deer, foxes, waterfowl, fish, turtles, and even alligators, and it's clear that the Outer Banks is truly a wild vacation destination.
The Outer Banks is regarded as kiteboarding paradise, with miles of waist deep water and consistent thermal winds, making for the best kiting conditions in the world, and one of the safest locations for newbie kiteboarders. Kite Club Hatteras’s certified IKO instructors teach kiteboarding according to the International Kiteboarding Organization’s methodology and have seen all levels of kiteboarders come through and progress with the program. The new Kite Club Hatteras boat has brought the school’s lessons to an increased level of ease and safety by taking students to the best locations for learning and for assisted downwinders once students get up on and riding on the board and traveling downwind.
Staying at the Kite Club Hatteras house is a great way to meet new people and immerse yourself in the global kiteboarding community. You are made to feel “at home” in the easy going, friendly atmosphere, of the house with organized group dinners and outings. The house boasts a fully equipped kitchen, spacious living area and clean bedrooms and bathrooms. Located in Avon there are several kiting spots within a five minute drive and the canal access to the sound can get you onto the water even faster by boat.
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