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Internship with Bodhi Surf School

Surf School Intern Experience: Taylor’s Reflection

Taylor, San Diego native and future lawyer, did an internship with us earlier this year, helping us develop the Ocean Guardian Program. Specifically, she helped us refine our Ocean Guardian Pledge, My Ocean Guardian Journey Contest, and use of the Blue Marbles. Here is her reflection after several months of travel and starting law school! There are […]

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How To: Choose an Ideal Bathing Suit for Surfing

Here at Bodhi Surf School, we primarily get ladies who come to stay with us for surf (and sometimes also yoga) vacations. Why? Perhaps it’s because there are more women than men on the planet. Or maybe because women are more likely to plan and execute a girls trip than men. Or, it could be that men […]

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Big Brothers Big Sisters

San Diego Charity Golf Event Winner Enjoys Surf Vacation in Bahia Ballena

This week, Sam Quigley and two of his friends are in Bahia Ballena, Costa Rica for a week of surfing and relaxation with Bodhi Surf School. Sam won the trip (well, not technically… more on this below) in the annual Big Brothers Big Sisters 100 Holes for 100 Kids golf event last June in San […]

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Surfing and travelers' philanthropy

We Have Launched Our Travelers’ Philanthropy Program!

You may have heard lots of buzz from us in recent months regarding something called a “Travelers’ Philanthropy Program”. Travelers’ philanthropy is not a new concept, in fact, you have probably encountered opportunities to donate to different causes in the places that you have visited. Primarily, the idea behind travelers’ philanthropy is that via the […]

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Family surf vacation

Our Clients Make Us Stoked

People generally think that it’s our clients who leave here after a surf lesson/clinic, yoga class, or vacation feeling extremely stoked. That’s definitely true; we get many emails from people after they’ve left saying how much they didn’t want to leave, and generally how revived they feel after their Costa Rican vacation. However, a lesser-known […]

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Surfing holiday

Getting Ready For Another Busy Season 2013

The year 2012 is coming to an end, and we are gearing up for another busy season here in Bahia Ballena. Our high season, and that of the whole country, is during what the Tico’s call their “summer” — the dry months of December-May. The busiest dates are always the holiday dates: Christmas, New Years, […]

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