Surf, swim and hike on remote beaches and reserves, and build an income-producing community garden
Dates: Jan. 14-22
Price: $2,700 / person - not including the last-minute discount now available
How does it sound to wake up to warm, salty air? Or to spend the morning surfing or hiking and the afternoon soaking in natural hot springs, while feasting on locally sourced, sustainable foods?
This small-group expedition begins as you land in Managua, where we'll be waiting for you outside baggage claim. Together, we travel overland to an intimate lodge along a remote stretch of pristine beaches and most highly-sought after surf breaks.We'll spend a couple mornings with surf lessons on one of the most unspoilt, sought after surfing breaks in Central America; we'll horseback ride to an untouched village and experience a way of life far removed from our own; we'll take a sunset hike with bottles of wine, cheese and other light fare to watch the sun go down on a day you won't soon forget; and we'll hop in a ponga (boat) to cruise along the coastline, surfing, swimming and fishing until we reach the Chococente Reserve, the largest nesting beaches of the Olive Ridley turtles and a favorite hangout for Howler monkeys. On top of all of this, we'll also have natural hot springs to soak in and tidal pools to swim in every day at your leisure.
In partnership with the Fabretto Foundation, the Roadmonkey team will work on the San Isidro village farm renovating and restoring the community garden, which recently suffered from a drought that destroyed it. The community garden is income-producing for the village, serves as a learning lab for the students, and provides much needed fruits and vegetable to Fabretto's school lunch program.
Expedition members should plan to arrive in Managua no later than 3:30pm on Saturday, January 14 for personal pick up, and depart from Managua beginning on Sunday, January 22.
Interested in joining this adventure philanthropy expedition and have additional questions?
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What you are doing has had a huge affect on all of us, internally. Externally, there is a playground where there was none and a bit more hope than there was just a week ago. There are ties forged by the experience that go both ways, and cross oceans, that will never be undone. It's a beautiful thing.
~ John, architect