El Cuyo Kite Trip

El Cuyo is a colorful and little fisherman village in the Mexican state of Yucatan. With a population of over 1700 it is located inside the Biosphere Reserve of Ria Lagartos. The town… Continue reading

Tulum for girls

Are you thinking of traveling with a friend, a sister or maybe on your own? But you still haven’t found the perfect place to go? A place that offers sun, relaxation, adventure, sun, delicious food,… Continue reading

Kite Trips to Isla Blanca

Weather is hard to predict and changes in a heart bit. That’s a fact! Normally windy season in Tulum is from November to May, more or less during winter and spring. But as… Continue reading

Awesome 2013

This year has been, without any doubt, awesome for Mexican Caribbean Kitesurf & Paddlesurf. We started our School on July 2012 with one instructor, some second-hand kites and 3 paddleboards. Little by little… Continue reading

Kitesurfer’s girlfriends in Tulum (Part I)

We know there are many girls who practice Kitesurfing and they are very good. But we also know that kitesurfing is a sport that attracts more men than women. So, this post and others… Continue reading

High Season in Tulum is ON

We’ve just passed the first high season month in Tulum and everything went great. Why? Because our Kiteboarding School and Paddle Surfing Center are working fine. Not only we have had many clients,… Continue reading

Website ready

At last! Just in time before Tulum’s high season starts we released our website, designed by our friend Paul Sheetz of Sheetz Design (Florida), who also create our super Mexican logo. We have… Continue reading

Kids ♥ Kitesurfing

This week we’ve had the pleasure to teach the first steps of kitesurfing to an amazing Argentinian boy called Joaquin. He usually practices sailing & surfing and he loves any kind of water… Continue reading

Mexican Caribbean’s Lagoons

A hidden treasure in the southern tropical Mexican Caribbean is the lagoon system formed by the lagoons of Bacalar, Guerrero, Milagros y Calderitas, united and navigable from the mouth of the Rio Hondo,… Continue reading

Choose your Paddle Surf Gear well

These days we are enjoying the good and sunny weather in Tulum with our Paddle Surf Boards. All our customers, adults and children, love paddle surf experience and wonder what board they should… Continue reading

A museum in the Caribbean Sea

Besides Kitesurfing, Paddle Surfing, Diving, Cenotes, Archaeological Sites and delicious food, the Mexican Caribbean also has art. And not a simple art, Underwater Art. In Cancun you can visit the MUSA (the Underwater… Continue reading

Ben Wilson Surf Material

We just received the shipment of the material Ben Wilson Surf and we are thrilled with the quality. The kites are bomb-proof made, dacron reinforced in all critical points, the bar is light,… Continue reading

Using kites to move modern cargo ships.

Sounds really crazy, but some companies are using them already. Kite surfers; know the strength that a kite have. The strength of these depends on the air receiving and the kite size, for example, a 12 square meters kite is considered big and one of 17 meters would be… Continue reading

This is Mexico… Viva Mexico

Today is September 16, national day. The day when we celebrate the Independence of this great country called Mexico. This country treats us so well and made ​​us so happy. There is only… Continue reading

Paddle Surf with Panga Surf

We have already chosen and bought the Paddle boards you could enjoy very soon in our school on the Ahau Tulum beach, in Riviera Maya. The PANGA SURF paddle boards are high quality, super stable… Continue reading

Kitesurfing and Art

As you know, for us kitesurfing is more than a hobby … is our lifestyle. In fact our current life (and hopefully our future life too) revolves around this great sport. But best… Continue reading

It’s important to take kitesurf lessons

To enjoy kiteboarding is essential to take lessons with a certified instructor. Why? The main reason is that being an action sport with many variables, you can get involve in extreme situations where… Continue reading