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  • Writer's pictureDon Tzapin

El Cuyo Kitesurfing: It's More Than Just a Sport

Ever dreamed of ripping across turquoise waters with the wind in your hair? Look no further than the idyllic fishing village of El Cuyo, Yucatan!

In this epic and inspirational kiteboarding video, I team up with my good friend Patrik Giuliana of Cityin360 to showcase the incredible watersports scene in El Cuyo. We'll not only take you kiteboarding and kitesurfing, showcasing a variety of wind and water conditions, but we also unveil the hidden gem that is El Cuyo, a place teeming with adventures for every thrill seeker.

Get ready for stunning visuals, a touch of adrenaline, and maybe even a newfound love for this charming Mexican pueblo!



"Kiteboarding is more than just a sport, it's a way of life, it's a dance with the elements where each kiter is surrounded by the raw power of nature and awed in its presence. It's a profound sense of adventure, passion, experience, and freedom. And I think that for each one of us kiteboarding transforms our perspectives, it urges us to search for those hidden locations, like El Cuyo, and enjoy every moment of it. And El Cuyo is just a watermen's dream. Whether you standup paddle board, you kayak, you fish, you kiteboard, you wing foil...it can all be done here and done at a world class level.

The kiteboarding conditions in El Cuyo never get old; from wave riding and big air during our big norte winds to completely flat water conditions perfect for foiling and everything in between, kiteboarding in El Cuyo never gets boring and that's why we love it. And when you're not under a kite on the water there is still an adventure around every corner.

You know there is something special about those who kitesurf. We're not just out there for the sport, we're chasing dreams, feeling that rush of freedom with every wave. It's like we're part of the ocean and part of the sky, and it's more than just a ride; it's a journey that will change your life, for those that are lucky enough to find it."

-Ryan (ComeKiteWithUs/CostaChido)

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