Brazil, South America

It gets Strong winds Either direction From $20/day
Updated:14 October 2020 Verified by Big Air Kite

Kitesurf Season


Destination Summary


Tatajuba is probably the best destination for training big air that I've ever been to - honestly! Sandbanks form and separate the ocean into several flat-water lagoons. The flat water gives you idyllic take offs on every jump.

The wind pumps in season! Janek and I (two experienced big air riders) are on 9 or 8 XR's pretty much every day. The best time of year to be here is September to November. September and October are the best, in my opinion. The wind starts at about 11 or 12 o clock every day, but the best winds are typically in the afternoon. In order to ensure you aren't in dangerous, ankle-deep water, you typically want the tide to be somewhere between mid and high tide in the afternoons. So keep an eye on the tides when planning your trip!

Getting to Tatajuba is difficult without a 4x4 or a buggy. You don't need a car once you're here though, so I recommend simply parking your car in Coite and arranging a buggy with your pousada. There are several local pousadas (hotels) and restaurants. They offer excellent service! We especially enjoy Kite Worldwide and Sunset Kiteboarding.

We offer big air kite camps and coaching in Tatajuba, so be sure check our trip offers and join us in this big air paradise!

Kite Info

Kite shop

No Kite Shop

Kite spots

Lagoons are formed here by sandbanks. They change regularly

Best months

january, february, march, april, may, june, july, august, september, october, november, december

Dominant boosting direction

Either direction

Wind Strength, Consistency, Wind Quality, Density

It gets Strong (Up to 30 knots) It's windy Every day Super steady Warm wind

Water temp

Warm (You don't need a wetsuit)

Water conditions


Local riders

Gleison Monteiro Tony Monteiro Wesley da Silva Jardson Santos Osvaldo Mateus

Crowd factor

Some waters users around

Woo Record

20.9 by Linus Erdmann

Travel and life info

How easy is it to get there?

Takes time to get there

How do you get there?

Drive in through the dunes if you've got a 4x4 and trust your driving. Otherwise park your car in Coite and get a buggy to Tatajuba.

Daily cost

Affordable ($20-50 /day)

Party Destination

Not a party destination

Do you need a car?


Family friendly?


Other fun and activities

Beautiful beaches. Stunning downwinders. Dune missions. 4x4 rental. Zipline in the dunes.

How easy is it to find cuddle company?

Sorry, no cuddles here

Internet Connectivity

Acceptable (Whatsapp voice calls and web browsing)


Medium development (some accommodations; hotels; health services or shops)

Thanks to Michael Mac Donald for submiting the destination

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