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El Cuyo Kiteboarding

Kiteboarding in El Cuyo, Mexico: A Paradise for Wind Enthusiasts

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Wind Conditions

Kiteboarders journey from all of the world to El Cuyo for the consistent, strong trade winds coming from the Caribbean. The windy season typically spans from November to July, with the peak occurring between December and May. During this time, the winds blow consistently between 15 to 25+ knots, providing the perfect playground for kiteboarders of all levels. Bring your foil, your wing, your kiteboard or your surfboard, our wind and beach conditions will allow you the opportunity for all!

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Kiteboarding Schools and Rentals

For those new to the sport or looking to improve their skills, El Cuyo offers several kiteboarding schools and rental facilities. Experienced instructors provide lessons for all levels, ensuring a safe and enjoyable learning experience. Rental shops offer a range of equipment, from beginner-friendly kites to advanced boards, allowing visitors to travel light and still indulge in their kiteboarding passion.

Visit our neighbors at El Cuyo Kite School for details on lessons with the best equipment in town CORE.
 
Message us to find out more!

We only fly the best - Core Kites.
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Kite Beach

El Cuyo's long white sandy beaches that are perfect for launching and landing kites. Wide open spaces ensure kiteboarders have plenty of room to maneuver, making it an ideal location for both beginners and advanced riders. The beaches are well-maintained and stretch for miles.  

Offshore Wind? No problem, El Cuyo has a sweet offshore spot, Punta Caracol.  It features waist deep, flat water. No booties needed!  A great place for lessons and practicing tricks.  Access is by boat only.  We recommend boat support and supervision for non-experienced riders.

 

Did someone request a DOWNWINDER?  2 options to choose from, ranging from 1.5hrs to 3hrs along the coastline. Our downwinders feature boat support along the entire journey. Message us to find out more.

What kites sizes should you bring?  A common question with a difficult answer.  Kite size is dependent on wind to weight to board ratio.  The more you bring the more options you have!  And if all else fails, we can help you rent!

Lets just say a 7m-14m will cover 99% of wind conditions but we locals stick between 7m-12m.

A Local Recommendation:

December and January can be cold for us locals, so we do put on a 1-2mm wetsuit for those months. The rest of the season NO Wetsuits.  However sun protection is a must in whatever form.

For those of you coming from the Outer Banks NC, South Padre TX and/or La Ventana...Leave your booties at home, no need for them here. 

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The Allure of El Cuyo

El Cuyo, a hidden gem on the Yucatán Peninsula of Mexico, is slowly gaining attention from kiteboarding, kitesurfing, foiling, and now winging enthusiasts. This quaint fishing village, nestled between the Gulf of Mexico and the Ría Lagartos Biosphere Reserve, offers pristine beaches, consistent winds, abundant wild life and a vibrant local culture.

Our Caribbean clear blue waters show kiters an experience unlike any other.

Float next to Sea Turtle. 

Glide with a Giant Manta Ray or Surf with a Dolphin.  

Come kite with us in El Cuyo, Mexico.

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2023 Review

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