Wind, Sun, Waves & Temperature report for Boracay island
In September Cebu Pacific put their Hong Kong - Kalibo route on hold. No reasons as yet to why. This route gives passengers access to Boracay 90 minutyes away and negates the mish mash of landing in Manila.
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Seasonal Wind for Boracay (dry NE Monsoon)
Trade winds are found between the ITCZ Inter-tropical convergence zone and 30 degrees North or South of the Equator. They are strongest in the central areas such as Boracay (13N), which gives us amazingly reliable winds.
On a good HIGH season (Nov-Apr) we can not fly kites for only 5-10 days in total. 2012-13 is lining up to be a GOOD season due to the warm Pacific waters (El Nino). 3 years of La Nina have produced on off weeks with either little or very strong winds. Nino years have previously given rise to our most relaible trade winds.
HOW TO VIEW THE GRAPH
The different coloured lines refer to the strength of wind (ie yellow 15-20knts) and how many days (left axis) per month on average we receive that range of trade wind.
Below the horizontal axis it shows the expected weather for that period. As an example you can see late December has the strongest winds but that its not a sunny period.
You will see from the graph that nearly every day of the month we can go kiteboarding.
LOW season June-Sept sees winds driven by regional weather patterns, depressions, storms and typhoons. These are spurious and can't be relied on for a kitesurfing holiday. Winds are very light if sunny and strong wind usually can be gusty and rainy. The wet SE monsoon winds offer kitesurfing on white beach which offers some surf for experienced riders and an obstacle for beginners. The shallow shelving beach offers average learning conditions. (expect to take a little longer to master riding). Our qualified local staff are available 365 days a year.