+ Do I need to be a fitness babe or dude to come to these?

No way, all different levels are welcome, doesn’t matter if you have never surfed or never done yoga! The point is to try something new and encouragement will be there from fellow SYBers!

+ What do I need usually need to bring?

  1. A few pairs of socks
  2. A few pairs underwear (optional)
  3. One pair casual shorts - for dinners, going out
  4. Board shorts OR Bikinis – Beach wear
  5. Athletic shorts Yoga pants (women)
  6. T-Shirts: tops / tanks / lightweight
  7. Running shoes
  8. Sandals
  9. Backpack
  10. Hat
  11. Sunglasses
  12. Water bottle
  13. Yoga Mat – or Beach towel
  14. Toiletries
  15. Aloe – Lotion – Moisturizer
  16. Chapstick with SPF
  17. Sunscreen (although we will have plenty)
  18. Bug Spray

+ How do I know where to go?

We will email several times along the way. First after you book. Second about a month and a half before the trip. Third two weeks before. And then we will make sure you know where to be and when. Don't worry we won't forget about you!

+ How much should I bring on these trips?

On our long adventures which could go up to 7 days bring at least $300 USD and on our day trips bring at least $60. Some food is covered but sometimes we dine out and it is good to have USD.

+ Who are the leaders?

Properly trained in safety, fitness and being very welcoming to everyone!

+ Are there any TVs where we go?

We are firmly committed to providing a TV-free environment. There are a lot of great places in the world to watch TV or play video games, but SurfYogaBeer is not one of them.

+ Do you have high-speed Internet at the places we go?

Yes, we make sure our homes have internet connection, but it is not rocket fast if we are in a foreign country.

+ Will I be able to wash my clothes?

Yes, we make sure that you can sweat away all you want.

+ Do I need to bring swim vests/floats, toys, games, books, beach toys, or beach towels, beach chairs or beach umbrellas?

If you want this to be a water party then yes bring your own blow up flamingo, otherwise there will be a small variety of things.

+ What’s up with theft?

Be safe and you won’t be sorry. Crime to the places we go is usually of the petty theft variety, typified by small time thieves seeking cash or things they can readily turn into cash electronics like laptops, iPhones and cameras. Don’t flaunt jewelry or cash and keep your valuables secured and locked up in the hidden storage bodegas and mini-safes we provide in each room when you are not using them. Do not take anything of value down to the beach unless it is tightly attended. Also don’t worry we are always sticking with our SYB group so we will all keep an eye out for these sorts of things.