September 14, 2017 · ,

Kitesurfing in Buenos Aires

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Where to Kitesurfing in Buenos Aires Argentina

Traveling abroad is the best time to try new things and take a few steps outside of your comfort zone. While many travelers look south to tour the glaciers, north to experience the waterfalls, and west to hike the Andes, there’s a new gravity-defying sport to the east: Kitesurfing.

In the late 90’s Kitesurfing reached Argentina’s shores, and since then it’s popularity here in Argentina amongst locals and travelers alike has increased considerably. For those unfamiliar, Kitesurfing is a sport where you use a large kite to harness the power of the wind to carry you across the water on a small board and sometimes up into the air. So long as there’s wind and water, you can go kitesurfing.

Basic equipment includes the kiteboard, which typically have footstraps, a harness, control bar, and the kite. Some riders will also wear wetsuits and sunglasses, and for safety it’s a good idea to wear a life jacket and even a helmet.

It’s easy to practice this sport all over the world, and from the first time you try it, you’ll be hooked! There’s no time like the present, and no better weather than summer in Buenos Aires to get out on the water.

Kitesurfing Schools:

Here are some schools just north of Buenos Aires that you can contact for classes to get you started:

Second Wind
El Molino
Buenos Aires Kitesurf
Escuela Argentina de Kite
Wind Experience


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