Brazil Classic Kite Safari from Cumbuco to Jericoacoara
5 Days Brazil Classic Downwind from Cumbuco to Jericoacoara. If you’re crazy about kitesurfing and just can not get enough, this is your trip! Brazil offers a great and diverse selection of spots and consistent winds. With its spectacular beaches with fine white sand…
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5 Days Brazil Classic Downwind from Cumbuco to Jericoacoara.
If you’re crazy about kitesurfing and just can not get enough, this is your trip! Brazil offers a great and diverse selection of spots and consistent winds. With its spectacular beaches with fine white sand and turquoise waters, its small fishermen villages full of fresh lobster ready to eat and its huge mangroves species, it’s easy to forget about the rest of the world. From its flat kiteboarding lagoons to its great downwind kitesurf safaris, from its unbelievable sunsets to its tasty caipirinhas, you will probably have the adventure time of your life!
TOUR DATES 2019 (STANDARD)
August: 10– 14
September: 24– 28
October: 5 – 9 / 29 – 2
November: 19– 23
December: 3 – 7
TOUR DATES 2019 (WAVE)
These downwinders will be held during a higher tide, that means the waves will be bigger. This Downwinder is for wavekiters (perfect to join with the waveboard).
July: 9– 13 / 27– 31
August: 24– 28
September: 7– 11
October: 6 – 10 / 22– 26
November: 5– 9
Check out this 5-Day Downwind Kite Safari from Cumbuco to Jericoacoara in the Northeastern Brazil. We downwind around 30 km per day from kitespot to kitespot in parallel to the beach. We kite at various beaches on the way and you get to know the most beautiful and famous kite spots in Ceará. Everything a rider’s heart desires.
Your Kite Level:
- This downwinder is not suitable for beginners.
- You are a medium-advanced Kitesurfer.
- You did already minimum 1 long Downwinder and you know how to ride toeside, paralell to the beach.
- You must be able to kite safely in waves and in a strong wind, and to relaunch your kite quickly out of the water. The downwinders can last 3-4 hours (with breaks), so you must be fairly fit and have proper equipment.
- Travel Style: Kite Safari
- Physical Rating: 9
- Level Required: Intermediate / Advanced
- Price: $$
- Season: October to December
- Activities: Kitesurfing, Kiteboarding, Buggy Adventures
- Age: 30 - 50
Cumbuco - Paracuru 28Km.
Lagoinha - Mundau 32Km.
Guajiru - Icarai de Amontada 56Km.
Prea - Guriu 33Km.
Check Out Jericoacoara
- Transfer from airport to Paracuru
- 4 kite days
- 4 overnight stops in a ½ double room, including breakfast
- Accompanying vehicle – new Hilux pick up with driver
- Guide/Kite instructor on the water
- Water, fruits and snacks during the downwinders
- Walkie talkie between the guide and driver for optimal safety
- Satellite telephone
- Downwind Kite lycra
- Assistance in Downwinds with guides in the water
A travel-insurance policy to cover theft, loss, adventure sports and medical problems is a very good idea. Some policies specifically exclude dangerous activities, so check carefully to make sure you're covered for all your activities of choice.
Here some suggestions:
-World Nomads: www.worldnomads.com
-John Hancock: www.johnhancocktravel.com
-Surf Travel Insurance: www.surftravelinsurance.com
I'm Your Trip Team makes sure the level of each group is well balanced so that the downwinds are completely safe and everyone can enjoy them.
No, Kiteboarding is more about technique than strength. You wear a harness so the power of the kite goes to the core of the body rather than the arms.
Yes, you must be able to swim. If you want to try kiting but can not swim try snowkiting or landboard kiting instead.
Ask any kiteboarder!! Kiteboarding is heaps of fun and very addictive. Most people I know spent their whole week waiting for their weekend kiteboarding sessions. Most people secretly want to quit their day jobs so that they have more time to kiteboard, quite a few people actually do quit their day jobs and go kiteboarding every day. Then there are a growing number of full-time kiteboarders who do not have any other job. And of course there are the professional kiteboarders who fly around the world following the windy conditions in all the best destinations for at least 9 months of the year.
No. Generally, you should always aim to kitesurf with a buddy or at least with some other kiters on the beach or the water. If things go pear shaped - which could be due to an equipment failure - its great to have some help.