Join the Coworking & Coliving DNX CAMP in Jericoacoara, Brazil.
Jericoacoara is one of the most famous kitesurfing destinations in the world. Strong, constant, reliable wind blows every day from 11am – 6pm, and leaves us in peace for parties on the beach, and morning sports like jogging and surfing – perfect timeframe.
Warm water, warm wind – no wetsuits needed. A never ending coast with enough space for everybody. But no worries – even if you don’t want to kitesurf you can do a lot of things in Jeri, it’s a really special place. November and December are the best month of the year in Jeri for the wind, waves and fun loving people from all over the world.
What is included?
Beautiful private villa directly at the beach, huge lounge, balcony, lots of hammocks, garden, charcoal grill outside and WiFi for 10 days, 9 nights
Delicious breakfast every morning
Skill Sharing – if you have knowledge that you feel others might benefit from (digital marketing, creating podcast etc.), we encourage you to share it with the group
Think Tanks – if you have a business idea, present it and let us be your focus group and/or mentor
Tribe Checkins – during breakfast for those who want accountability, tips and feedback from the group
DNX Talks – we will invite special guests with entrepreneurial background
Coworking & Networking
Trip to Tatajuba Lagoon
Access to DNX online community
Why join the camp?
Learn new skills
Improve your lifestyle
Explore and be inspired
Bring your business to the next level
Access to endless activities like…
Kitesurfing, windsurfing, surfing, Stand Up paddling
dance classes, zumba, yoga
horseback riding, beachvolleyball
live music every night in Jeri
enjoy a sundowner viewing the sunset from the top of the famous „Duna por Sol“
watch the sunset capoeira show
go on excursions like Tatajuba lagoon and try sandboarding
What to expect? A typical day:
running, climbing the dune (optional)
tribe or mastermind check-in over breakfast in our villa
9am – 1pm
work / skill share / talk / network
1pm – 5pm
kitesurfing / surfing / relaxing on the beach
watching sunset from the dune / caipi street / capoeira show / samba show / live music in a beach bar
7pm – 9pm
relax in the villa / catch up with work
dinner in a different popular restaurant / farewell party
caipi street / party
Kitesurfing (not included in the DNX CAMP price)
Do you want to learn to kitesurf? We will help you find and arrange kitesurf classes with one of the selected local kite schools
Do you already know how to kitesurf but need to rent gear? We will provide you with a list of good kite rentals in Jeri.
Are you coming with your own kite gear? Consider kites with sizes inbetween 6 and 10m, the best is to have a set like 6 and 8m or 7 and 9m etc.
Shared room (3 single beds) w/ bathroom (sold out)
Click the link above to sumbit your application for the DNX CAMP
In the next few days you will get an email from us telling you if you are approved together with the payment details
Confirm and pay your spot in the DNX CAMP
DNX Camp Jeri: November 21-30, 2016
Is transport to Jericoacoara from my home city included in the price?
No. We have participants from all over the world attending the Camp so it would be a nightmare logistically if we were to arrange individual flights and transfers for each and every one of you.
What is the best way to get to Jeri?
The closest airport is Fortaleza (FOR). If you are coming from Europe, check TAP for flights via Lisbon or Condor for flights via Frankfurt. From the airport you can either take a bus to Jeri or a private transfer. After your DNX CAMP spot is confirmed, you will receive more detailed infos.
I am interested in presenting / hosting a workshop during the Camp. Can you tell me more about how this will work?
Sure. Firstly, thank you for wanting to share your skill/knowledge with everyone at the Camp (we most definitely encourage this!). A member of DNX will be in touch with all confirmed participants closer to the date of the camp to find out more information about potential presentations / workshops. Please let us know in advance if you are interested, and we will be in touch with you!
Do I need a Visa for Brazil?
US citizens: do need a Visa, so please make sure you apply for it early enough. Here is more information for US citizens concerning the Visa. Germans: don’t need a Visa and can stay up to 90 days in Brazil. Simply fill out an immigration card, which you will get in the airplane. Your passport has to be valid for at least another 6 months. For more information check this link. For all the other nationalities: please check the Visa requirements for your country.
Tell me more about the activities listed on the site
The activities are activities that you can do in Jeri, but are not included in the package. We listed them on our site for you to see and they are there merely for you to get an idea of other things you could potentially do in jeri if you wish so. We don’t have individual information on the prices of each of those activities unfortunately as they are not strictly part of our Camp. That said, we can help you organize those activities once we are all there!
Do I need to bring any specific equipment/clothes for kitesurfing?
It’s advisable to bring a good sunscreen, preferably an SPF 50, since the sun is very strong. If you don’t have your own kitesurf equipment you can rent one once you’re there or if you take kitesurf lessons, the equipment is included. It’s best if you have a rashguard with long sleeves, not because of the cold but because the sun is really strong an the sunscreen, no matter how high, will wash off in no time. For the girls who want to kitesurf: you can do it in a Bikini but again we would advise you to take some short boardshorts with you and a rashguard, if you have those already. But you can also buy all that stuff in Jeri, if you don’t have the time to organize it beforehand.
Where can I get cash in local currency?
Jeri is still kind of a hippie village, which you can see since there is NO CASH MACHINE in town! So when you arrive at the airport, make sure to take enough cash for the whole time you are there! The easiest way is to get cash with your bank card or credit card. Depending on your nationality and card you might have to try a few different cash machines from the different banks to find out which one works for you. If you really run out of money in Jeri, you will have to take the public transport to Jijoca, which is around a 1-hour-ride, go to the bank there – which not always has cash – and then make your way back to Jeri. So better take enough cash with you on the airport. You can pay with your credit card in pretty much every store in Jeri but there will be fees for each transaction made.