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Kiteboarding Travel Guide: Jericoacoara, Brazil

Posted: Thu Sep 13, 2018 9:37 pm
by Toby
Kiteboarding Travel Guide: Jericoacoara, Brazil

On Brazil’s endless coast, there are more kite beaches than one could count. But we went in search of a beach with that perfect combination of ripping wind, a vibrant community, and breathtaking sunsets. We couldn't quite settle on a favorite, so in this edition we're covering the kiteboarding beaches of Prea and Jericoacoara

Last time, we covered the Brazil downwinder experience with Surfin Sem Fim. After exploring 200km of Brazil’s northeast coast on a big downwind adventure, we needed to park our kite bags in one spot for a while! So we settled into a beachfront bungalow at Rancho do Peixe where we could have some kite sessions right out front on the ocean or take a short buggy ride to that famous Brazil flatwater.

A kiteboarding trip to Brazil is one that will be etched in your memory forever. You may find yourself planning your next trip back as soon as possible!

Created by Crystal Veness and Ryan (Rygo) Goloversic



Re: Kiteboarding Travel Guide: Jericoacoara, Brazil

Posted: Wed Jun 26, 2019 4:17 pm
by DunaAdv
One of the best spots and no one talks about them... come one guys, at least 20knots from July to December and 50kms downwind with car support; what are you waiting for?
8) 8) 8) 8)

Re: Kiteboarding Travel Guide: Jericoacoara, Brazil

Posted: Thu Jul 18, 2019 7:04 pm
by adporter
My brother in-law and I were thinking of going to Taibia! Looking for waves, we are experienced but intermediate kiters. Any advice on where to stay or better locations. I plan on going for closer to three weeks so kiting in more than one spot is an option.

Re: Kiteboarding Travel Guide: Jericoacoara, Brazil

Posted: Thu Jul 18, 2019 10:52 pm
by Pana
For a first time and looking for waves I would not start in Taiba, the shore break can be quite something.

Unless you like to travel several hours plan on doing a few spots between Pecem and Emboaca. Some may think differently but would suggest you start north and move south. Start Emboaca try the 6-7 spots going back towards Fortaleza. You will have easy waves in the first few spots and probably a bit less people.

Re: Kiteboarding Travel Guide: Jericoacoara, Brazil

Posted: Thu Jul 18, 2019 10:55 pm
by Toby
Paracuru has the best and easiest wave.

Taiba is a bit more challenging. Embuaca smaller but clean and few people if any.

All spots here: https://se.kiteforum.com/spots