THE CO-GIVING EXPERIENCE

A CONTAGIOUS MISSION TO UNLOCK POTENTIAL

2021 

FEB 10 - 14 

FEB 24 - 28 

MAR 10 - 14

* MAR 20 - 30

San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua

When we give, we give together. And that is timeless.

Co-giving trips are a combination of community immersion, heart-warming exposure and a wholesome environment of belonging. 

It is where you see first hand what it is like to be on the ground immersed in the culture of another community lifestyle and how to belong in the raw.

It is where we exchange interaction to strengthen empathy. 

Co-giving is an authentic gathering of open-mindedness, sharing smiles, stories, and skills in exchange for receiving a wholehearted sense of belonging. Where diversity of thought and background is represented as a learning exchange. Where you walk away from days of community bathed in culture and extraordinary energies that allow everyone involved to change. 

WHERE ADVENTURE MEETS IMPACT​​

THE EXPERIENCE

 

Co-giving is about adventure, discovery, surf and impact. 

Together we reconnect with nature, come close with local communities and create lasting change simply through divulging wholly into experiences of indifferences and balancing intuitive ways to acknowledge the differences that make us see our similarities.

 

THE IMPACT

 
All costs to join Co-Giving trips go directly towards community development projects in the rural community. 
Our impact is an experiential blueprint to belong.
 
During our time together, we encourage you to take in all that inspires you while fully immersing in the intimacy of human-connections

THE ART IN GATHERING

 

We believe that sustainable change happens when an internal passion and capacity is aligned simply with our willingness to belong and feel purely human. Which is why we are dedicated to creating clean and comfortable environments for children to learn and teachers to teach and parents to work all while infusing hope through cross-cultural human-interactions. There is an art in where people gather and the stimluation that flows through.

In order to create artistic gathering spaces, Co-Giving Trips equip the community with resources to enhance the spaces in which people gather. 

WHAT WILL WE BE DOING?

5 DAYS IN THE PACIFIC COASTAL AIR OF THE NICARAGUA JUNGLE

Includes: 

  • Shared accommodation with other impact nomads

  • Optional yoga in the morning

  • Nicaraguan style breakfast

  • Dinner inspired by heart to heart conversations

  • Local lunch during project visits

  • Resources for community development projects

  • Guided translator and guide

  • Airport transport: Managua to San Juan del Sur

  • Local transport to the project in Cangrejo Village

  • Horseback riding into the jungle

  • One-day surf board rental

  • Branded MAYSEA Movement gear

  • 2 visits to project site

  • Access to the Impact Nomad Community Space

  • 20% direct donation to MAYSEA Movement

  • Life-changing cultural perspectives to take home with you

AIRPORT? 

*Augusto Cesar Sandino International Airport 

Managua, Nicaragua 

From there you will get picked up by a smiley, happy Nicaraguan gentlemen who will then drive you 2 hours south to Playa Maderas where we will be staying . 

Since we are in the Rivas area, we border the northern part of the Costa Rican border meaning that you also have the option to fly into Liberia Airport. Doing so, transportation cost will be at your expense of around $130 each way for a private shuttle plus about $12 when crossing the border. The private shuttle will be arranged for you by us once flights are booked and should be paid in cash.  Or, if you arrive a day earlier into Liberia there is a daily public Shuttle to San Juan Del Sur for $40 at 9am everyday. So, also a very good option. 

 

Daniel Oduber Quirós International Airport

Liberia, Costa Rica

A ROUGH OUTLINE OF THE DAILY: 

Wednesday midday / morning arrival + community dinner 

Thursday + Friday at Project Site

Saturday + Sunday Local Excursions

* Possibility to extend until Monday or Tuesday 

7:30AM - 8:30AM                  Optional Sunrise Yoga and/or surf

 

8:30AM - 9:30AM                  Breaky

 

9:30:00 AM - 11:00AM         En route to Cangrejo Village

111:00AM - 3:30PM               Project Visits: Welcome, introduction, movement on the ground

3:30PM - 4:30PM                 Travel back to San Juan Del Sur

5:00PM - 8:00PM                 Sunset Surf / Co-Work / Free Time

8:00 PM - 10:00PM             Community Dinner inspired by local foods and good conversation

COST OF CO-GIVING IMPACT TRIP: 

$1250 5 Days / 4 nights 

+ additional days pending availability roughly $180

*The price of the trip includes breakfast, lunch, community dinners, transportation costs during the 5 days, airport transfers from Managua, yoga + one additional activity, MAYSEA branded gear, lifetime friends, unlimited laughs, resources for the community. 

In Collaboration with 

ACCOMMODATION | 
THE LOCATION | THE SURF 
Co-Giving with is a combination of surfing and co-living | co- working working in a jungle setting with a side of impact. 

The Southwesterly corner of the country with its consistent swell and offshore winds (thank you Mr. Lago) is quickly becoming a go-to spot.

It's an opportunity to positively impact the local community whilst still getting your work done, get your fill of waves and shared stoke. Epic.

Impact with the local community, co-working, co-living, consistent waves, adventuring and community gatherings.
That is what we are about.
It's as simple as that.
 
This laid-back town has stretches of sea-washed beaches and sounds of Howler monkeys singing nearby.
Other features include an outdoor pool, open space for working, local restaurants nearby and a yoga deck with boasting jungle views.
 
Plus, our jungle location is just a 20 minute drive from San Juan del Sur’s town center and 30 minutes to the project site, Cangrejo Village. 
Cangrejo Village is buried deep in the jungle southeast of San Juan del Sur. It is a village surrounded by overflowing rivers, howler monkeys, two-toed sloths, exotic birds and welcoming families. The village itself is a real look at the Nicaraguan country life. Due to rainy season, at most points in the year,  it is too difficult to get here by car and you must travel by horse. 

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Contact Us: 

1-754-422-8607

victoria@wemaysea.com