3 results for month: 09/2014


Next up…Morocco!

The Middle East trip has been an integral part of STN's international program for years. From the shores of Egypt to the ruins of Turkey, no trip looks quite like the other, but each one offers an incredible amount of adventure.  Surfing The Nations is excited to announce this year's Winter trip is to the intoxicating land of Morocco! The trip is full for this year, but stay tuned for updates on the trip and follow the team on instagram with the hashtag #stngo   Cover photo from dragonkiteschool.com  

Until Next Time, Sri Lanka.

Today's blog comes from Katie Redmond, our incredible, world-traveling humanitarian barista at Surfers Coffee Bar! Katie just recently returned from an STN surf trip to Sri Lanka! Here she shares about the land of the Jungle Book and all she experienced there. In 1998, Sri Lanka breached the radar of Surfing the Nations. STN found the world-class point break wave known as Main Point on the tip of Arugam Bay, Sri Lanka. Sixteen years later, I had the privilege of seeing this masterpiece with my very own eyes on the 12th annual Surfing The Nations outreach trip. Myself and five others trekked across the width of Sri Lanka from Colombo to Arugam Bay ...

The Youth Of Wahiawa Thrive in Ulu Pono

Today's blog post comes from Ulu Pono director Brittany Southwick. The Ulu Pono program has grown by leaps and bounds over the years, and with the continued support of local charities and volunteers, so have the kids! Brittany writes about the amazing summer that the Ulu Pono kids an teens had and tells us what's happening this school year   "The summer of 2014 brought deeper relationships, more fun and education to the Ulu Pono Department at Surfing the Nations. Over the months of June and July, we traveled all around the island every Wednesday and Thursday giving the youth experiences outside of Wahiawa, that, realistically, they would ...