If you are reading this article it is because you have already heard about kitesurfing in Venezuela and its paradisiacal spots, and perhaps even the dangers of visiting this country.

For this reason I decided to write an article with all the important information to keep in mind when organizing a kitesurfing trip to Venezuela.

But there is something I’ve to tell you before to start: In Venezuela everything changes quickly and it’s not sure that what you know today it’s gonna last tomorrow. So I do advice you to check all my guideline before to plan your trip.

I went on my Venezuela kite trip between jannuary and march 2016.

Below is a list of the article’s contents that allows you to focus on what you really need.

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The winds blows almost all the year-round. The best period is between october and june (I’ve been there from january till march and I had some wind each day execpt 3 no windy days).

Normally the wind starts in the morning and get stronger in the afternoon.

The wind direction is pretty much the same all the year-round, ENE ESE.


The water temperature is perfect to kite in swimsuite. Only a lycra is adviced due to the sunlight.

The average temperature are between 20° – 30°.

The water temperature is between 26°-29°.


In venezuela the wind blows stronger than in the north part of the Caribbean Sea. If you have to chose I advice you to take smaller kites. A good combination could be a 7m and 9m (for a 70kg person). In some case, like Coche or Los Roques, a bigger kite in the morning could be useful.

The wind blows often over 25-30 knots.

The stronger wind is in Margarita island. In Los Roques the wind is a bit more random and it’s better to check the forecast before to go there.


June – October is the rainy season.

It doesn’t rain a lot in the most common kitesurf spots, but if it does it can be an heavy rain.

During two monthe I had just 1 or 2 rainy days.


  • Reliable wind

  • Wild and semi-private spots

  • Perfect freestyle conditions

  • Wonderful spots

  • Super cheap

  • Kitesurf in swimsuit

  • Few no wind activities

  • Not much to do during nighttime

  • Difficult organisation (cash, facilities schedules, etc..)

  • Dangerous (non in the kite areas)

  • Lots of cash to carry around


If you are intersted in Los Roques you can read my specificque guide by CLICKING HERE.




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