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LOCATION

Our kite school & hostel is located at the beach of Cabo de la Vela, la Guajira - in a quiet & save area

about 100m away from town. 

An amazing place for kitesurfing but also for couples and families to stay - you’ll have all the space and privacy you need.

We also help you to arrange a tour to Punta Gallinas! Or a private car from Riohacha to Cabo de la Vela. Just ask!

 
THE HOSTEL
 

Stay in a chinchorro for COP 25'000, hamock for COP 15'000 or private cabaña. Discounts for people taking kite lessons. However, enjoy the breakfast at our bar or restaurant - best arepas from our cook - a strong coffee, strong wind and gorgeous view.

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KITESURF &
WINDSURF
 

Our goal: to see you on the board as soon as possible - but save and according to your level of advancement. We are passionate about to get you addicted, and giving the right inputs at the right time. Why in Cabo de la Vela? Because it is the best place with 300 days wind a year. One of the strongest wind in Southamerica (25 to 35 knots)! 

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Our

Facilities

STRONG WIND & SUN

AT THE BEACH - 100M FROM TOWN - CALM & SAVE

BAR &

RESTAURANT with Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.

 

FREE WIFI

PUBLIC KITCHEN FOR GUESTS - BRING WATER & FOOD!

CREDIT CARD PAYMENT ACCEPTED

+5%

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CABO DE LA VELA

EL TERRITORIO WAYUU

 Experience the basic life of the wayuu tribe in the desert. Relax at the beach - but with a lot of sunscream - or have a tour with the motorbike in Cabo de la Vela to Pilon the Azucar, Cueva del Diablo or Playa Ojo de Agua - all in walking distance. Also the typical wayuu bags are offered everywhere. Please try to avoid to buy from children and avoid to give food - they should be at school - not selling "Manillas". The local language is Wayuunaiki, my mother tongue. It is not easy to learn, but we teach you some basic words. 

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Flight: From Bogota to Riohacha. Check with Avianca or VivaColombia. From the airport you'll take a taxi to "Donde salen los carros por Uribia". The taxidriver drops you off there, and immediately a lot of people want you to go with their company. Breathe, relax and look where already people are waiting. When the car is full - 4 people - it leaves to Uribia.

Public transport: The best and savest way to get to Cabo de la Vela is buy public transport. You arrive by bus from Santa Marta or Palomino. When arriving at Riohacha, take a taxi to "Donde salen los carros por Uribia. From Riohacha to Uriba you'll take a "Carro" to Uribia about COP 20'000. In Uribia ask them to drop you off  "donde salen los carros por Cabo de la Vela. The car to Cabo de la Vela takes you about 1 to 2 hours and costs from COP 30'000 (depends on the gas price - varies every day) to COP 40'000.

 

Arriving at Cabo de la Vela: 

Just ask the driver to drop you off at Tawi Kite "donde esta Jorge Luis". Cabo de la Vela is growing but still they know each other.