Surf Completely – How To Turtle Roll

If you surf a shortboard, you have the luxury of duckdiving to get under waves. If you ride a longboard, you want to turtle roll. We get a lot of Amigas who come down wanting to learn to… Read More

Racing Water Buffaloes in the Philippines

The first week we rode them, the second week we raced them. It’s pretty tricky to get them to go fast, but that’s the funny part! The hot tip from our local guide (and Argentinian horse woman) Julieta… Read More

Galloping on the Beach

If you’ve been to one of our Northern Nicaragua retreats then you know, galloping on the beach is one of the best feelings in the world. People are often nervous about it. We get plenty of ladies who… Read More

Why Holly Stopped Competing

A lot of people ask me about it. “How long did you do the tour? Why did you stop?” Here’s the answer in a nutshell.

Horsebeats – Surfing and Galloping with Amigas

There’s nothing like galloping at full speed down the beach at sunset after a morning spent trying to catch the wave of your life. Think you wouldn’t be able to fully gallop down the beach on a horse?… Read More

Painting a School with Waves of Hope

Surf With Amigas is mostly about surfing, yoga, and having awesome adventures with new friends, but we also like to help out the local community. We work closely with Waves of Hope – a non-profit working to improve… Read More

Returning Amigas Show the Secrets to Improving

The secret to improving is to come on a retreat with us, then go home, practice, and come back again! Seriously though, the true secret to improving is having a great attitude. On our last couple retreats in… Read More

This is What Awesomeness Looks Like

We think we are awesome. We’re silly. We like pink, and blue, and stripes. We like making up stories, doing cutbacks, and going for long walks on the beach. We ride longboards. We shred on shortboards. We surf,… Read More

Amigas Get Silly in Small Waves

Part of surfing is knowing that the waves will not always be overhead and perfect. Sometimes it’s small. Sometimes it’s windy. Sometimes it’s crowded. If you’ve got a longer board and a silly attitude, none of that matters… Read More

Surf With Baby Turtles in November and December

November and December are the beginning of my favorite time of the year in Nicaragua. The rainy season is over, everything is green and beautiful, the waves are cute and groomed by offshore winds, but the best part… Read More