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Why You'll Love Kitesurfing In Mexico!

  • Ideal conditions for advanced and intermediate sailors
  • Enjoy a host of other activities including mountain biking, SUPing, kayaking, diving and deep sea fishing
  • Kids camps are run at peak times, making it a good family destination

Did you know...

Mexico is located in the “Ring of Fire,” one of the earth’s most violent earthquake and volcano zones. Mexico City is built over the ruins of a great Aztec city, Tenochtitlán and because it is located on a lake, Mexico is sinking at a rate of 6 to 8 inches a year. 

Holbox Island is a paradise kitesurfing holiday destination located north of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula and Cancun. As part of Mexico’s largest ecological reserve, Yum Balam, the island is mostly covered in wild mangroves and long stretches of white sandy beaches. At just 12km by 1.5km, Isla Holbox is a haven for birdlife with the locals making their living mainly from fishing. A beautiful lagoon separates the island of Holbox from Mexico and is easily accessed by a short ferry ride. This island offers a chance to get away from the bustling resorts and tourist-centric beaches of much of Mexico and connect with nature in a postcard Caribbean setting. Colourful murals, turquoise waters, bohemian cafes, unpaved streets and no cars to speak of, make this rural getaway in a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The relaxed island vibe sets the perfect atmosphere for your next kitesurfing holiday in Holbox!

Go to Holbox Island Page

Nestled on the edge of the crystal clear Sea of Cortez, La Ventana is serviced by a northerly wind that blows consistently from November through April, peaking in January and February, making it an ideal winter bolthole.

La Ventana has an authentic Mexican feel and it’s very popular with ex-pats, particularly American / Canadian kiters and windsurfers, who’ve migrated south to warmer climes in the winter.


Go to Ventana Page