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Kiting Xcalacoco

Listed under Kitesurfing in Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico.

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Just out of Playa del Carmen this is a nice kiting spot, both for the 500m long stretch of beach and flat, choppy water. The winds are predominantly north easterlys. When the wind really comes in during the stormy season between May and Nov. the waves can get big but most of the time it's calm, warm and fun.

Don't stray past the Petit Laffite Hotel: there be rocks on the exits there, which isn't nice on your board, or your feet.

Written by  Kite Alex.

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