Ever wanted to kite on perfect glass, flat smooth lagoons, and lakes? Or to sail endlessly downwind practicing new tricks until your arms and legs fall off? Well, that’s what Kite Safaris Brazil is all about. Plus, they take the stress out of your holiday. The team is there to help you, everything from not getting over charged prices to helping with language barrier problems and of course replacing that foot strap screw that you forgot to pack.
You will stay in various hotels down route. Prior to the start of the program and after the program, you may choose to stay at Kite Beach Dream Apartment in Cumbuco, Brazil. The price is 55 EUR per night based on 2 people sharing.
This apartment has front line sea view in the center of Cumbuco with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 85-square meters living space. It is equipped with full high-definition 40 inches LCD flat screen television home cinema, modern kitchen, salon, and chill out area with swing hammocks, air conditioner, and free 24-hours wireless internet. This apartment has 3 different swimming pools of various depths, 10.000-square meters of tropical private gardens, and 2 islands for the kids to play pirates on. This apartment is great for kitesurfing families or groups of friends that wish to breathe the endless wind in Cumbuco.
Note: You can share the apartment for 4 people maximum.
Kite Safaris Brazil will pick you up from the airport and checked you into your accommodation in the small fishing town of Cumbuco (base camp), your safari will start. They will take you over 350 kilometers of tropical coastline passing through natural parks, crossing through and over rivers all combined with some of the most amazing landscapes you are likely to see anywhere. You will be traveling in jeeps and dune buggies from Cumbuco to Jericoacoara. Along the way there will be various stops for you to kite in secret spots, lagoons, and some great waves locations all mixed together with some mind-blowing downwinders. You will have 7 days to explore, kitesurf, and have unlimited fun.
After arriving and have an overnight stay in Cumbuco, you will have a 10-kilometer downwinder to the lake of Cauipe.
On the second day, you will have a flatwater sailing on the lake of Cauipe.
Day three is wavesailing in Pecem then a downwinder to Taiba and / or Paracuru.
Continuing along the coast, you will drive along the beach (tide permitting) towards Jericoracora. You will stop to get some sailing in secret spots on route.
Starting in the small fishing town of Prea, you will kite 20 kilometers downwind to Jericoaraoara.
You can extend your stay in Jericoaraoara, kite again in Prea, and / or on to another downwinder to Tatajuba. Then, in an evening or night, you will be driven back to the base camp in Cumbuco.
You can choose between flat water or waves. Whatever spot you enjoy, you can go back and repeat just for fun. Once the safari has ended, they will transport you back to Cumbuco so you can rest up, relax, and prepare for you departure flights home.
Cumbuco is located on the northeastern corner of Brazil along with a 350 kilometers stretch of virgin coastline. That’s where your kite-safari will take place. Cumbuco is near Fortaleza which is being the closest large city with an international airport and well connected with flights from Europe.
Cumbuco is a small fishing village 25 kilometers north of the capital city of the state of Ceara, Fortaleza. Cumbuco is in the area around Fortaleza as one of the best places to stay with its uncrowded sandy beaches and coconut palm trees everywhere. The characteristic for Cumbuco is how it is situated. The blue sea is on one side and the massive sand dunes on the other side. The quaint center of Cumbuco is built around the town square in Brazil. In the middle of the town square, there is a football field where they play football every afternoon.
Jericoacoara is a beach located in the northeast of Brazil, close to the equator. It was, until about 15 years ago, an isolated fishing village without any contact with modern civilization. There were no roads, no electricity, no phones, no televisions, no newspapers, and money was something almost useless since deals were based on trading fish for goods.
In 1994, the North-American newspaper "Washington Post Magazine" chose Jericoacoara as one of the 10 most beautiful beaches in the world.