One of the best places for windsurfing in the country, is in the Valle del Cauca, on Lake Calima, municipality of El Darien, where winds 365 days a year.
Windsurfing arises from the combination of two sports (surfing and sailing), and is slipping with a table on the sea, using the propulsion of a candle with wind energy. Some variations of this sport can be practiced, depending on the level of the person or team command, you can go fast, doing stunts and jumps.
Colombia has several perfect spots for windsurfing. On the Caribbean coast you can practice in Cartagena, Barranquilla and close to Cabo de la Vela. Near Cali, on Lake Calima. And near Bogota, in the dam Tominé. San Andres Island, is also a stage for windsurfing.
|Sanguaré Nature Reserve||Sanguaré Nature Reserve in San Onofre, in Sucre department also offer the option to practice this water sport|
|Travel to 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.|
|Tubará||In the sector of Tubará department of the Atlantic, it is also one of the destinations for windsurfing.|
|Calima Lake||One of the best places for windsurfing 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.|
|Cartagena||Beaches neighborhood El Laguito.|
Practical information about Colombia: Climate – How to get to Colombia – Visa, Customs, Documentation and Taxes – Embassies and consulates in Colombia – Health and vaccination – Emergency numbers – Culture of Colombia – Measures and Electricity – Currency of Colombia
Tourist Information about Colombia: General Information – Practical information about Colombia – Adventure Colombia – Hotels and accommodations in Colombia – How to Get to Colombia – Gastronomy in Colombia – Colombia’s Best Festivals and Carnivals – Tourist Attractions in Colombia – Foreign Embassies and Consulates in Colombia – Tips and advice for travel in Colombia – Top 10 Colombian Travel Destinations – Natural regions of Colombia – Cultural Tourism in Colombia – UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage Lists – UNESCO Heritage Sites in Colombia – Top 10 amazing places to visit in Colombia – Colombian Cuisine – Tourism of Nature
Travel Guide of Colombia: Colombia Travel Guide – Amazonas – Antioquia – Arauca – Atlántico – Bolivar – Boyacá – Caldas – Caquetá – Casanare – Cauca – Cesar – Chocó – Córdoba – Cundinamarca – Guanía – Guaviare – Huila – La Guajira – Magdalena – Meta – Nariño – Norte de Santander – Putumayo – Quindio – Risaralda – San Andrés y Providencia – Santander – Sucre – Tolima – Valle del Cauca – Vaupés – Vichada