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 Adicora

Venezuela, Falcon

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Exact

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Latitude: 11° 56.395' N
Longitude: 69° 48.593' W

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English (Translate this text in English): Int'l airport, Josefa Camejo, and then car to the beach. 45 minute drive. Also there is a small airport strip, cemented, 200 mts from the beach, and then walk to the beach. Fly to Caracas, then Coro. Take a taxi (60km) to Adicora. Or fly to Aruba, then fly to Las Piedras(25 min.) Then a taxi to Adicora town.

The Paraguana Peninsula extends out and north of the mainland of Venezuela, putting it right in line with the prevailing east winds. The town of Adicora juts out from the main contour of the eastern coastline giving you a side-on launch.

Int'l airport, Josefa Camejo, and then car to the beach. 45 minute drive. Also there is a small airport strip, cemented, 200 mts from the beach, and then walk to the beach. Fly to Caracas, then Coro. Take a taxi (60km) to Adicora. Or fly to Aruba, then fly to Las Piedras(25 min.) Then a taxi to Adicora town.

The Paraguana Peninsula extends out and north of the mainland of Venezuela, putting it right in line with the prevailing east winds. The town of Adicora juts out from the main contour of the eastern coastline giving you a side-on launch.

English (Translate this text in English): Int'l airport, Josefa Camejo, and then car to the beach. 45 minute drive. Also there is a small airport strip, cemented, 200 mts from the beach, and then walk to the beach. Fly to Caracas, then Coro. Take a taxi (60km) to Adicora. Or fly to Aruba, then fly to Las Piedras(25 min.) Then a taxi to Adicora town.

The Paraguana Peninsula extends out and north of the mainland of Venezuela, putting it right in line with the prevailing east winds. The town of Adicora juts out from the main contour of the eastern coastline giving you a side-on launch.

English (Translate this text in English): Int'l airport, Josefa Camejo, and then car to the beach. 45 minute drive. Also there is a small airport strip, cemented, 200 mts from the beach, and then walk to the beach. Fly to Caracas, then Coro. Take a taxi (60km) to Adicora. Or fly to Aruba, then fly to Las Piedras(25 min.) Then a taxi to Adicora town.

The Paraguana Peninsula extends out and north of the mainland of Venezuela, putting it right in line with the prevailing east winds. The town of Adicora juts out from the main contour of the eastern coastline giving you a side-on launch.

English (Translate this text in English): Int'l airport, Josefa Camejo, and then car to the beach. 45 minute drive. Also there is a small airport strip, cemented, 200 mts from the beach, and then walk to the beach. Fly to Caracas, then Coro. Take a taxi (60km) to Adicora. Or fly to Aruba, then fly to Las Piedras(25 min.) Then a taxi to Adicora town.

The Paraguana Peninsula extends out and north of the mainland of Venezuela, putting it right in line with the prevailing east winds. The town of Adicora juts out from the main contour of the eastern coastline giving you a side-on launch.

Distance to a city In the city

Access time Instant access (< 5min)

Easy to find? Easy to find

Public access? Public access

Special access No access issues

 Kite Spot Characteristics

Spot quality Great

Experience Everyone

Type Beach

Kite/wind? Good for KiteSurf, Good for WindSurf

Style Wave, Freestyle, Freeride, Bump & Jump, Long distance

Day timing Morning, Afternoon, Evening 

Dangers  

Week crowd Few surfers

Week-end crowd Few surfers

Environment

Water quality Clean

Current Low ( < 1 knot)

Bottom Sandy, Reef (coral, sharp rocks etc..)

Tide No tide dependency

Amenities

Hotel, Gear-Shop, Repair-Shop, Rental, School

Local wind

Type Don't know

Force Medium (16 - 25 knots)

Main dir. NorthEast

Best dir. NorthEast

Best dir. relative Side-onshore

Period From January to September

More infos 

English (Translate this text in English): The high wind season in Adícora enjoys constant and strong tradewinds, and is at its peak from January until September. Other months provide plenty of good sailing days also, but not quite as consistently.

The high wind season in Adícora enjoys constant and strong tradewinds, and is at its peak from January until September. Other months provide plenty of good sailing days also, but not quite as consistently.

English (Translate this text in English): The high wind season in Adícora enjoys constant and strong tradewinds, and is at its peak from January until September. Other months provide plenty of good sailing days also, but not quite as consistently.

English (Translate this text in English): The high wind season in Adícora enjoys constant and strong tradewinds, and is at its peak from January until September. Other months provide plenty of good sailing days also, but not quite as consistently.

English (Translate this text in English): The high wind season in Adícora enjoys constant and strong tradewinds, and is at its peak from January until September. Other months provide plenty of good sailing days also, but not quite as consistently.

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): The wind is side/on shore and the waves are mushy and forgiving. There are infinite jumping oportunities and easy, fun waveriding. When sailing parallel to the shoreline you have a number of options. One you can sail outside of the breaking waves and play on the smoothly spaced out swells as they build up towards the beach. Or you can sail farther in where the waves are breaking and do endless down the line turns, or pinch back upwind in a gust and blast out over a wave. What, you say you can only jump port side, no problem, just turn around. You can sail for miles and miles up and down parallel to the beach.
There are some kite Schools at the beach here are some contacts Adicora Kitesurfing School info adicorakite@hotmail.com or Guillobuzo@hotmail.com
On an average day the waves reach about shoulder high, but can get bigger. There are several other infrequently sailed spots on the pennisula with offshore, sideshore, and onshore conditions. This is an undeveloped area with little tourism, so don't expect a tropical paradise.
Spot Video
http://youtube.com/watch?v=ecfqq1_lly0

The wind is side/on shore and the waves are mushy and forgiving. There are infinite jumping oportunities and easy, fun waveriding. When sailing parallel to the shoreline you have a number of options. One you can sail outside of the breaking waves and play on the smoothly spaced out swells as they build up towards the beach. Or you can sail farther in where the waves are breaking and do endless down the line turns, or pinch back upwind in a gust and blast out over a wave. What, you say you can only jump port side, no problem, just turn around. You can sail for miles and miles up and down parallel to the beach.
There are some kite Schools at the beach here are some contacts Adicora Kitesurfing School info adicorakite@hotmail.com or Guillobuzo@hotmail.com
On an average day the waves reach about shoulder high, but can get bigger. There are several other infrequently sailed spots on the pennisula with offshore, sideshore, and onshore conditions. This is an undeveloped area with little tourism, so don't expect a tropical paradise.
Spot Video
http://youtube.com/watch?v=ecfqq1_lly0

English (Translate this text in English): The wind is side/on shore and the waves are mushy and forgiving. There are infinite jumping oportunities and easy, fun waveriding. When sailing parallel to the shoreline you have a number of options. One you can sail outside of the breaking waves and play on the smoothly spaced out swells as they build up towards the beach. Or you can sail farther in where the waves are breaking and do endless down the line turns, or pinch back upwind in a gust and blast out over a wave. What, you say you can only jump port side, no problem, just turn around. You can sail for miles and miles up and down parallel to the beach.
There are some kite Schools at the beach here are some contacts Adicora Kitesurfing School info adicorakite@hotmail.com or Guillobuzo@hotmail.com
On an average day the waves reach about shoulder high, but can get bigger. There are several other infrequently sailed spots on the pennisula with offshore, sideshore, and onshore conditions. This is an undeveloped area with little tourism, so don't expect a tropical paradise.
Spot Video
http://youtube.com/watch?v=ecfqq1_lly0

English (Translate this text in English): The wind is side/on shore and the waves are mushy and forgiving. There are infinite jumping oportunities and easy, fun waveriding. When sailing parallel to the shoreline you have a number of options. One you can sail outside of the breaking waves and play on the smoothly spaced out swells as they build up towards the beach. Or you can sail farther in where the waves are breaking and do endless down the line turns, or pinch back upwind in a gust and blast out over a wave. What, you say you can only jump port side, no problem, just turn around. You can sail for miles and miles up and down parallel to the beach.
There are some kite Schools at the beach here are some contacts Adicora Kitesurfing School info adicorakite@hotmail.com or Guillobuzo@hotmail.com
On an average day the waves reach about shoulder high, but can get bigger. There are several other infrequently sailed spots on the pennisula with offshore, sideshore, and onshore conditions. This is an undeveloped area with little tourism, so don't expect a tropical paradise.
Spot Video
http://youtube.com/watch?v=ecfqq1_lly0

English (Translate this text in English): The wind is side/on shore and the waves are mushy and forgiving. There are infinite jumping oportunities and easy, fun waveriding. When sailing parallel to the shoreline you have a number of options. One you can sail outside of the breaking waves and play on the smoothly spaced out swells as they build up towards the beach. Or you can sail farther in where the waves are breaking and do endless down the line turns, or pinch back upwind in a gust and blast out over a wave. What, you say you can only jump port side, no problem, just turn around. You can sail for miles and miles up and down parallel to the beach.
There are some kite Schools at the beach here are some contacts Adicora Kitesurfing School info adicorakite@hotmail.com or Guillobuzo@hotmail.com
On an average day the waves reach about shoulder high, but can get bigger. There are several other infrequently sailed spots on the pennisula with offshore, sideshore, and onshore conditions. This is an undeveloped area with little tourism, so don't expect a tropical paradise.
Spot Video
http://youtube.com/watch?v=ecfqq1_lly0

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