We are Ben Wilson Surf’s TEST CENTRE in Mexico

As we reported in a previous post, Mexican Caribbean Kitesurf is the Test Centre of Ben Wilson Surf in Mexico, and we are super excited about it. You might wonder what a Test… Continue reading

Sir Richard Branson, from the English Channel to Tulum beach

The famous entrepreneur Richard Branson, owner of Virgin Group, is back in kiteboarding world news. This time because just a week ago Mr. Branson, on its 61 years of age, achieved to cross… Continue reading

My threesome with turtles

As a kite surfing instructor, you spend many hours at the beach, in and out of the water. The day this happened, Andre (friend and colleague) and me were waiting at the beach… Continue reading

Pancho, the new surfer dog in Tulum

We love animals and especially dogs. When we were children we always had dogs in our respective homes and countries. We have wanted a dog since the beginning of our life together a… Continue reading

There is no Ikea in the Caribbean

The Mexican Caribbean Kitesurf team was moving in Tulum. Finding home has not been easy, it is difficult to find a good, nice and cheap house here. As Tulum is a town designed… Continue reading

Atomikite 2012 in Progreso (Mexico)

On the 2nd and 3rd of June it took place another important kite tournament in Mexico, ATOMIKITE 2012 at the beaches of Progreso, the most important town in the Yucatan coastal, only 30… Continue reading

Kayaking between Sian Ka’an mangroves

Approximately one and a half month ago, we had some very especial guests in Tulum, enjoying the charms of the Caribbean and Mexican culture (Eva, Pau and Rolando). We wanted to show them… Continue reading

Audi Q3 a car for kitesurfers

I like cars since I was a little girl, probably because I grew up surrounded by my brother’s magazines and because he explained to me all about brands, models and engines. As I grew… Continue reading

The hammocks… what a great invention

I recently read in “El Sur del Caribe Mexicano” (a free publication on Caribbean tourism), the history of hammocks, those that are hung on the palms and appear in all the Caribbean photos.… Continue reading

The Wind Festival in Mexico

Around a week ago was held one of the best Freestyle kiteboarding events in Mexico, The Wind Festival. The tournament cartel was really promising!!! Unfortunately we could not attend because the competition was… Continue reading

My crocodile encounter

When we don’t have wind in Tulum for kiting, we have a bunch of other activities to do such as swimming or diving in “cenotes”. For those that don’t know what a cenote… Continue reading

Kiteboarding ♥ Río 2016

GREAT NEWS: Kiteboarding will be an Olympic discipline in Rio 2016 (Brazil). The decision was taken by the International Sailing Federation itself (ISAF) last May 5. In order to include Kitesurfing in the Games another Olympic sport was replaced, Windsurfing… Continue reading

Changing lives for kitesurf

We are Mauricio & Rocio, a Mexican-Spanish couple. We have been living in Barcelona (Spain) for the last five years, having a really good life but ungraceful. We spent our lives sitting in our offices, working as a “forwarder” in Cargo Flores and as a tax lawyer at PwC. We earned enough to have everything and live comfortably, but deep down we felt… Continue reading