In the Kitesurfing has places to enjoy nature and find an ideal place for rest and adrenaline space.
Kitesurfing is one of the fastest growing water sports worldwide. You can have the opportunity to learn this extreme sport in several parts of the country.
Kiteboarding or kitesurfing (also sometimes called kiteboarding, or flysurfing) is a sliding sport that involves the use of a traction kite (kite, English), which pulls the athlete (kiter) for four or five lines, two fixed to the bar (direction), and the two or three remaining (power) pass through the center of the bar and attached to the body by a harness, allowing hydroplane using a table or ski Wakeboard type It designed for this purpose.
|Cartagena||In the area of the nozzle it has been developed in recent years with modern buildings and luxury hotels because of the beautiful beaches and tranquility of this sector|
|El Cabo de la Vela||not only offers splendid landscapes, but also the option to practice this sport with accommodation in front of the beach or in indigenous villages.|
|Calima Lake||One of the best places to perform in the country, is in the Valle del Cauca, on Lake Calima, municipality of El Darien, where winds 365 days a year. Due to its geographical position, this place gets winds up to 43 knots, positioning it as the third largest lake in the world in having strong winds, the first in America.|
|Barranquilla||Puerto Velero. It is 25 minutes from Barranquilla and is an excellent place to go from December to April due to strong winds.|
|San Andrés y Providencia Islands||Hundreds of exponents of kiteboarding, benefit by this January, strong winds from the north|
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