This is an incredible opportunity to take your SUP skills to the next level“I went to Blue Zone SUP in March”, says Colin, “to check the waves, accommodation & location. And I have to say the place and people are awesome, I can’t wait to be back there in July to surf, share knowledge & tips with new friends.”
The Blue Zone Camp is located beachside on the Nicoya Peninsula – in NW Costa Rica – with your daily commute to the water being a scant 20 steps.
“We chose the Nicoya Peninsula because of the slew of breaks available. The bay offers a full spectrum of conditions: flat-water, small beginner waves and outer reef overhead breaks. Our panga will transport the more advanced paddle surfers to some of the heavier breaks surrounding the Base Camp – many of which you will have all to yourself.” Says Blue Zone director Rich Burnam.
After the morning surf session, campers can opt into mid-day excursions such as a coastal paddle, waterfall hike, swimming & beach walk or eco-river paddle tour. All packages include 2 planned activities such as ATV Tour, Massage or Canopy Zip Line Tour.
And if this isn’t enough, professional surf photojournalist Neil Armstrong (aka Moonwalker) will be shooting individual portfolios (from land and water) of all who are attending to take home.
Colin McPhillips at Blue Zone SUP, Costa Rica – getting his shred on and readying for the camp. ©MoonwalkerPhotos