If you already know how to wingfoil and are looking for a good wingsurfing destinations to practise your wave riding technique, then you have come to the right place.

Cabarete offers excellent wave wingfoiling conditions; the outside reefs of Cabarete offer mellow waves between 1 meter (3 foot) to 4 meters (12foot). The wind is side onshore so that waves don’t break hard top to bottom, making it an ideal place for long rides. there are lefts and rights.

Bigger waves are between September and May, smaller waves, but more wind between June and August. Cabarete reef barely goes flat.

Tidal difference is not large, so there’s enough clearance for your foil.

Encuentro ( where we surf in the morning) is also a good wave wingfoiling spot. You’ll find a long stretch of coast between Kite beach and Playa Encuentro with fun waves. Be carefull on the inside though because it does get less than 55 cm in depth.

Video of wingfoiling in waves in Cabarete & Playa Encuentro.

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    [Lonely Planet]


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