Paracas Bay is a flat/choppy lagoon, surrounded by deserts, which makes it a really windy spot all year round. There are strong south winds and light north winds, friendly kitesurfing community with good vibes, some kitesurfing schools and rentals available. It’s a spot with thermal winds, formed between the hot desert and the cool Humboldt current. Across the Paracas National Reserve there are kitesurfing spots for different conditions – from waves riding to flat lagoon.

  Wind season: November – April

  Strongest winds: December – March

Waves: flat, chop, waves 0.5-2m (1-7ft)

Air temperature: 22-26°C (72-79°F)

  Water temperature: 18-22°C (65-71°F)

Paracas, Peru is a beautiful coastal city located in the Ica region of Peru, 235km from historical city of Lima. It is well known for its stunning beaches and unique cultural heritage. The town of Paracas is home to the Paracas National Reserve, an area of protected land that is home to some of the most biodiverse wildlife in Peru. The reserve is a home to wide variety of species, including Humboldt penguins, sea lions, dolphins, and birds. Visitors can take part in a variety of activities in the reserve, such as snorkeling or birdwatching. Paracas is also home to a rich cultural history. The area was once home to the Paracas culture, a pre-Incan civilization that developed in the area around 600 BC. Visitors can explore the archaeological sites of the Paracas culture, including the ancient burial grounds of the Paracas Necropolis. The area is also well-known for its stunning beaches. The beaches of Paracas are some of the most beautiful in Peru, with crystal clear waters and white sand. Visitors can enjoy a variety of beach activities, such as swimming, surfing, and fishing.

Location of kitesurfing spot in Paracas Bay, Peru, South America:

Wind and weather statistics in Paracas Bay, Peru, South America:

Thermal winds are not shown in wind statistics, so it’s not reasonable to consider it on the thermal wind spots

Current forecast in Paracas Bay, Peru, South America:

Thermal winds are not shown in wind forecast, so it’s not reasonable to consider it on the thermal wind spots

The Best Kite Hotels in Paracas Bay, Peru, South America:

There is a bunch of great options right on the kitesurfing beach, facing the ocean. You should definitely book one of these optins:

1. Bamboo Paracas Resort guests can enjoy a pet-friendly stay in modern camper bungalows with a view of the garden. Guests can take part in a range of watersports such as stand-up paddle and kitesurfing, and rent equipment such as paddle boards and kayaks. The resort is located right in front of the kitesurf point of Paracas and is just a short distance from the Julio C. Tello Museum and El Chaco Boardwalk. Free WiFi and private parking are available on-site.

Kitesurfing in Paracas Bay

2. DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Paracas guests can relax in luxurious suites with kitchenettes, spacious balconies with pool or sea views, and a range of recreational activities, including water sports, a wellness spa, and free WiFi. Enjoy a buffet breakfast, an á la carte restaurant with fresh seafood and salads, and exotic cocktails from the poolside bar. The hotel is a 10-minute drive from Pisco Airport, and free parking is available.

Kitesurfing in Paracas Bay

3. La Hacienda Bahia Paracas guests can enjoy an unforgettable stay with rustic, air-conditioned rooms, private terraces, a restaurant serving traditional Peruvian cuisine, and a lagoon-style swimming pool with sun chairs and parasols. The hotel also has a wellness center offering a variety of spa and massage treatments. Guests can take in the stunning panoramic ocean views and sunsets from their terraces.

Kitesurfing in Paracas Bay

The Best Kitesurfing schools and rentals in Paracas Bay, Peru, South America:

  1. Kangaroo Kite | Kitesurfing School & Rental | Paracas – Perú
  2. PeruKite – Kitesurfing School
  3. José Luís kite school

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