The Prince Edward Island: you should try it

The Prince Edward Island (PEI) is becoming one of the finest kiteboarding destinations in the world.

Located in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, PEI has only 141,000 residents. Kiteboarders have started to flock to the Prince Edward Island in the last decade.

PEI has a lot of temperature swings due to its geographic coordinates, storms and blizzards.

It is one of the windiest locations in Canada. SurferToday.com recommends a relaxed kiteboarding session along the PEI shores. And that's why the kiteboarding business is starting to grow in the island.

PEI Kiteboarding, established in Cavendish and run by David Macneill, is one the obligatory stops for kiteboarders from all over the world.

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