Kiteboarding, snowkiting

Kitesurfing in Mexico - Getting Away from it All

Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula attracts many kiteboarders each year. But not so many might know that just 25 minutes north of Cancun lies an undisturbed peninsula of white sandy beaches and virgin jungle. Bordered by the Caribbean Sea and the Chacmuchuk Lagoon, a very large flat shallow saltwater lagoon, lies a secret tranquil gem - Isla Blanca - a great escape from crowded beaches. You ask how do we know about it? Let's say we are good at it but the truth is that this place is under Kitesurf Vacation's thumb, a kitesurfing school that's been around since 2001.
10. 4. 2015

Mexico offers amazing number of cultural and outdoor activities such as kitesurfing or kiteboarding. You can find wind almost most of the year here, that's why this incredible kite world destination is well-liked by many. Baja California, the Mexican Caribbean side, Yucatan Peninsula or the Pacific coast - all those places offer various spots.

"We have amazing and popular kiteboarding spots in all Mexico, many people from all over the world come just for kiteboarding.  Nowadays it is easy to arrive here, there are many direct flights to Mexico", says Jaime Ancira, the Kitesurf Vacation owner.

The best think about Kitesurf Vacation (KV) is that they know their home turf like no other. In most cases, it's complicated to find good kiteboarding spots around the world, but Isla Blanca (KV writes about this beautiful spot in more details here) is definitely one of them. And if cruising in a shallow lagoons is not your cup of tea, Jamie can take you to the ocean, to catch some big waves! 

Jamie getting some air

"We offer kite trips and kitesurf lessons, provide info about each spot, accommodation, and even complete packages. Simply put, we organize everything for your kiteboarding holiday in Mexico", continues Jamie.

When there’s no wind? No problem, KV will set you up for a fun or interesting tours and trips, such as Mayan Ruins, snorkeling with turtles, scuba diving, stand up paddle board, cenotes (underwater caving), islands tours, fishing trips, or a trip to a typical Mexican towns and indigenous villages - KV like to promote its land's rich culture, traditions and customs.

Apart from kiteboarding, KV offer a wide range of services, such as transportation, car and equipment rental or just anything you might need. Do you still hang in the balance? Then below video might change your mind. Check it out!

Photos: © Kitesurf Vacation


10. 4. 2015

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