Tag Archive: Riviera Maya

SUP Tour in a Mexican Lagoon

Have you ever thought about an empty lagoon surrounded by the most amazing vegetation? Have you ever thought about a complete flat water space where the sky is reflected as in a mirror?… 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

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

What is a Cenote?

The cenotes are a natural phenomenon characteristic of the Yucatan Peninsula. The word Cenote comes from the Mayan “Tzonot” or “Ts’onot” which literally means cavern with water. In the Mayan culture, the Cenotes are the sacred… Continue reading

Tulum: 3rd best beach destination in the world

We want to prove that when we say our Kite and Paddle Surfing School is located in one of the best beaches in the world, we are not exaggerating. Tulum has been chosen as… Continue reading

Paddle Surfing: Stan Up and Paddle.

Mexican Caribbean Kitesurf, as it is said in our blog, is about beaches, palm trees, hammocks and a kiteboarding and Paddle Surf school in Tulum, a paradise in the Mexican Caribbean. Paddle Surf, known… Continue reading

Turtle nesting season in Tulum

In Tulum you can feel life and nature wherever you go. It’s really great how many wild animals live and nest in the area. From May to October is turtle nesting season, so… Continue reading

Mexican Caribbean’s colors

We live in the Caribbean! This sentence sounds really great. When we speak about the Caribbean we refer to pleasant temperatures and good weather all year round, sunshine and excellent beaches with white sand… 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


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