Saltwater adrenaline meets zen woodland vibes in this epic surf and yoga retreat tucked in the secluded Cornish woods
Day 1 - Arrival and Transfer to Luxury Wild Camp
Day 2 - Surf, Yoga, & Camp Vibes
Day 3 - Yoga and More Surf
Day 1 - Dive into Wild Camping
Meet us at our Newquay base at 6pm on Friday. Once there, we'll drive together to our camp, where you'll meet the entire crew and get a quick rundown of the weekend's adventures. As for the evening, it's all up to you! You can relax under the stars, try your hand at axe throwing, engage in some playful games, or simply gather around the campfire.
If you're feeling peckish, you can heat up a pizza in our oven or grab a bite from the nearby supermarket. And if you're coming by public transport, don't worry! Just give us a shout, and we'll make sure you get a lift.
Day 2 - Surf, Stretch & Starry Nights
Kick off the day with a hearty camp breakfast before heading back to Newquay. We'll hit the beach where you'll dive into a surf lesson tailored just for you. Our pros are great, aiming to get beginners up and riding waves in no time.
After surfing, we'll grab some lunch from a local shop and then it's back to camp. There, you can unwind with a yoga session in our open barn - and yes, absolute beginners are totally welcome!
As the evening rolls in, cook up some grub, share stories, play games, or just kick back with your favorite drink. Remember, it's your adventure, so you set the pace.
Day 3 - More Yoga, More Surf
After a refreshing night's sleep, start your day with breakfast and a rejuvenating morning yoga session.
Feeling all stretched out and ready? Great, because it's back to surf school for you! Dive right back into the waves, building on the skills you picked up yesterday.
By the end of it all, we're pretty sure you'll be daydreaming about your next adventure on the North Cornish coast.
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