Highlights in Guajiru are too kite, eat, chill and then kite again. Having one of the biggest kite lagoons on the entire coast of Ceara you will be able to practice your freestyle and advanced riding techniques from sunrise to sunset. And after a day of thrills and spills as you work up an appetite, we will have a delicious dinner awaiting at your Pousada with stories to share and new friends.


Being one of the biggest Lagoons on the Cerara coastline means, you can kite the flat water; without having the worries, that you will find more kites per square inch than any place on earth, as the Taiba Lagoon. It can often just be a dozen or less kiters with a large area to practice your jumps, tricks and advanced moves.

From July until January you will find one of the steadiest most consistent winds (trade winds) to be found anywhere on earth. A smooth and steady side shore wind between 20-34 knots, with a warm and temperate climate always remaining above 26°C, means you can be out on the water kitesurfing with no wetsuit needed until your heart is content. As a rule of thumb starting in the south in Cumbuco the trade winds progressively gets stronger until you reach Barra Grande and there can be fluctuations due to localized thermals. So in Guajiru the winds will progressively be getting stronger and your kite size will likely be getting smaller.

Guajiru is a very quiet little fishing village, so perfect for kite, relax and enjoy, oh yes and then kite again. We will have a delightful dinner awaiting after your day of fun under the sun.

From the Fortaleza International Airport to access Guajiru is 2.5 hours in an Uber or Taxi. However once you arrive in Cumbuco all transportation is organized by our team.

All our accommodations throughout your downwinder has Wifi.

The local currency is called the Brazilian Real. You will find an exchange in Fortaleza international Airport. There is a cash machine at the supermarket in Cumbuco that charges a small percentage for withdrawals.

You will need a passport that is valid for atleast 6 months upon entry into Brazil. You can obtain a 90 day tourist’s visa at the airport upon arrival in Brazil. This can be extended for a further 90 days by going into the Federal Police headquarters in Fortaleza and requesting an extension. (Make sure you have someone to translate Portuguese with you). A tourist card will be given to you on your flight which needs to be completed and handed into customs on arrival. It is highly recommended you check with the Brazil embassy if there are any specific requirements for travel to Brazil from your country.

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