Kitesafari Brazil The Northeast Coast Experience

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11-Day Brazil Northeast Coast Safari


Along the northeast coast of Brazil lies a windy paradise spread through 4 different states, home to over 1200 km of pristine coastline with clear waves neighbouring turquoise lagoons, hidden amongst immense sand dunes. This truly is a kiteboard mecca, a place with endless opportunities, no matter what level or what conditions you’re looking for, you’ll find it here.



July: 27 – 6

August: 10 – 20

September: 24 – 4

October: 5 – 15  / 29 – 8

December: 3 – 13



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 – 19 / 27 – 6

August: 24 – 3

September: 7 – 17

October: 22 – 1

November: 5. – 15  / 19 – 29


The Northeast Coast Safari starts in Cumbuco. We cross 3 states of the brazilian northeastcoast. You get to know the most beautiful and famous kitespots in Ceará. Flatwater lagoons, river mouths, little fishing villages, associated with sight-seeing. This is pure outback territory with many wild animals to see. Explore the untouched interior of the river delta by boat and kite. We continue to the hugh dune region with its 1000 cristal-clear lagoons in the Lençóis Maranheses National Park.


Your Kite Level:

  • This Downwinder is only for experienced kitesurfers.
  • You must have already done a few long downwinders.
  • Inside the Delta of Parnaiba there will be NO car-suppor
  • The downwinders can last 5 hours (with breaks), so you must be fairly fit and have proper equipment.


More Info:

  • Travel Style:  Kite Safari
  • Physical Rating:  9
  • Level Required:  Intermediate / Advanced
  • Price:  $$
  • Season:  June to January
  • Activities:  Kitesurfing, Kiteboarding, Buggy Adventures
  • Age: 30 - 50


Day 1

Cumbuco - Paracuru 28Km.

Day 2

Lagoinha - Mundau 32Km.

Day 3

Guajiru - Icarai de Amontada 56Km.

Day 4

Prea - Guriu 33Km.

Day 5

Jericoacoara - Camocim 36Km.

Day 6

Camocim - Bitupita 44Km.

Day 7

Barra Grande - Luis Correia 18Km.

Day 8

Ilha Dos Poldros - Barra Do Meio 26Km.

Day 9

Barra Do Meio - Ilha Do Caju 26Km.

Day 10

Tutoia - Atins 50Km.

Day 11

Atins - Rio Negro 18Km.

Day 12

Transfer back to Cumbuco



  • 10 kite days
  • 10 overnight stops in a ½ double room, including breakfast
  • Transfer back to Cumbuco on the 11th day
  • Accompanying vehicle – new Hilux pick up with driver
  • Guide/Kite instructor on the water (English or German)
  • Private motorboat inside the delta
  • Night safari inside the delta
  • Water, fruits and snacks during the downwinders
  • Walkie talkie between the guide and driver for optimal safety
  • Satellite telephone
  • Downwind Kitesafari lycra



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  1. :

    Perfect organisation very good Pousadas and a beutiful trip along the coast.
    Especially the downwindkiting in the Parnaiba Delta along the Islands is a Great experiance. Just wind, waves, empty beaches and you with the Kite. Everything about my Downwind Kitesurfing Safari was superb. I would recommend it to anybody that’s interested in consistent wind and beautiful waves, everything was great. They definitely have their act together.

    George Heiss
    Thun, Switzerland


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"Kiteboarding" and "kitesurfing" are different terms for the same sport. "Kiteboarding" is more widely used in the States and "kitesurfing" is used more abroad. They both describe using a kite to pull you along on a board. Although, some may say "kitesurfing" is when you are riding an actual surfboard behind a kite.

We strongly advise every client to bring equipment in good condition with spare parts which might suffer more, like lines, kite, etc. so that if at any point there is a problem, the client can change the damaged part and continue kiting. The Kite Safaris are always supported by 4×4’s on land which carry all the equipment and with guides in the water, so there will always be help on standby should an issue arise.