The water and air is warm. No wetsuit needed year-round. Sun protection is recommended.
Recommended wind for kitesurfing is wind coming from E .
There is Thermal and Trade wind at Cabeza de Toro, Dominican Republic.
Usually the East trade wind is sideonshore the entire time and would build (thermal) during the afternoon. Winds about 12-22 mph, averaging about 15 mph.
Wind usually blows from E on the spot.
Beach and Tide Conditions
Kitesurfing conditions do not depend on Tide on this spot.
Cabeza de Toro, Dominican Republic is a Shallow, Flat, Chop, Small waves and Medium waves spot.
The launching/landing area is reported to be of Small size.
Very narrow beach. Lots of people walking. Assisted launch probably be required depending on crowd. Better to launch in the water.
There is shallow, flat water for about a mile before you get to any breaking waves. The waves were about 5-8 feet also depending on ocean swells and wind. Too much scuba boat tour traffic, so be aware.
Need to know
When you are on water, be careful of Boats .
Beach risk reported: Bystanders .