Kiteboarding Escape to a Secret Spot in El Cuyo
Enjoy 4 Days of Kitesurfing Discovering El Cuyo, a Place Off The Beaten Path in MEXICO. The small fishing village of El Cuyo, Mexico, is located in the biosphere reserve and National Park of Ria Lagartos. This town is a gem waiting to be…
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Enjoy 4 Days of Kitesurfing Discovering El Cuyo, a Place Off The Beaten Path in MEXICO.
The small fishing village of El Cuyo, Mexico, is located in the biosphere reserve and National Park of Ria Lagartos. This town is a gem waiting to be discovered with its natural preserves, white sandy beaches, and wind perfect for the kiteboard adventure seeker. It is located on the northern tip of the Yucatan Peninsula, and up until now, has mostly been known for the 20,000 pink flamingos which call its lagoons home. El Cuyo’s pristine beaches are perfect for kiteboarding, and offers great downwinders to explore the reserve of Ria Lagartos and the colorful pink Las Coloradas. The closest international airport is Cancun with low cost flights offered from around the world. Come to experience the real Mexico on your kiteboarding vacation!
This kitesurfing program is the fastest, easiest, and safest way to learn how to kitesurf. During this kitesurfing camp, you will have fun learning the basics of flying a kite to be able to practice and start riding. This incredible kitesurfing camp located in El Cuyo includes instruction from professional instructors, all the best gear, and a lot of fun. This camp will definitely get you hooked on the joys of kitesurfing!
In this trip you will learn:
- Kite set up
- Basic kite control
- Explore the wind window
- Water relaunch
- Power stroke
- Body surfing
- Board recovery
- Launch and land
- Intro to the board
- Water start
- Make your first rides
- Travel Style: Kitesurfing Paradise
- Physical Rating: 9
- Level Required: Beginner / Intermediate / Advanced
- Price: $$
- Season: November to May
- Activities: Kitesurfing
- Age: 30 - 50
- Transportation from the Cancún International Airport to the Casa El Cuyo
- 3 Nights in a Private Room
- 3 Breakfast
- 6 Hours of Kitesurfing Lessons including all gear spread on 3 days
- 1 Expert from our Team all days long
- Party Night (For groups of 4 to more)
- Transportation from the Hotel to the Cancún International Airport
*Private Lessons: $1599
*Gear Rental: $1599
Our trip includes picking you up from the airport. Here you will find more information:
Arrival by airplane
Please book your flight to arrive at Cancún International Airport (CUN).
The nearest airport with a wide variety of international flights is Cancun. From here you can take a taxi, private transfer or public transport, or you can hire a car.
By public transport:
El Cuyo is not the easiest to get to by public transport (which is why it remains so unspoilt!), so if you are planning a trip and you don’t have a car, we’d recommend that you stay at least a few days to make it worth it!
You generally don’t need to book bus tickets in advance, you merely pay when you arrive at the bus station or when you get on.
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
You do not have to be as strong as most people think you need to be to kiteboard. Because you where a kiteboarding harness that you hook into the kite with, which takes most of the load. Your arms are only there to steer and control the kite surfing kite, not to hang on for the ride.
Kitesurfing takes the desire to learn and time in the water flying the kites. The more time you spend flying the kites, the better your kite control will be which will ultimately allow you to progress your board skills. We have taught people of all ages and abilities over the years.
Being in shape helps, but you did not need to be a great athlete to kiteboard. The kites involve a lot more finesse than strength to control. You do not have to be a body builder to hold onto the kites because you have a harness that takes all of the pull.
Yes. It is very important that you know how to swim.