Coast 2 Coast was in Hong Kong to meet with our incredible partners, the Ocean Conservancy and other likeminded organizations tackling the overwhelming issue of marine debris in our seas. For three days, we discussed the problems, solutions, education, and even partici...

While half of Coast 2 Coast was in Peru, the other was in Costa Rica with our local partners, Bodhi Surf School and international partners, Global Leadership Adventures. We facilitated three months of summer programs for high school students from across the world to co...

After the El Niño rains, our work continued in Lobitos into the Peruvian winter with more workshops, murals, community screenings, and collaborations with partners! Lobitos is already experiencing the impacts of unsustainable travel. Our programs strive to equip local...

Since our Colombian adventures, we've been living, working, collaborating, evolving, and playing in Lobitos on what's known as Peru's North Shore. Lobo in Spanish translates to wolf in English. The name Lobitos means little wolves and it refers to the sea lio...

Our final destination for 2015 is San Bernardo del Viento, a small fishing village on ungoverned land along Colombia’s Caribbean coast. The remote community sits at the mouth of the river Sinu, one of the longest waterways winding its way from the interior jungles of C...

If you wander further south on Mazunte’s main road, you will eventually find yourself in the San Agustinillo, the next town down the coast. The little community sits away from Mazunte's tourism hub with a more local-feel. It is a beautiful beach with crystal clear wate...

After Chacahua, we arrived in Mazunte, a seaside town with a hippie vibe. The area’s white sandy beaches rocky slopes accompanied by little streets filled with cafes and local restaurants make it a compact wonderland for a weary traveler.  Visitors mean to only make a...

Chacahua is an Afro-indigenous island community just off the coast of Oaxaca state. As the bird flies, Chacahua is very close to Puerto. But as the humans travel, leaving Puerto Escondido in the morning, it took us 6 different transportations (taxi, combi, collectivo,...

Our adventure south starts in Puerto Escondido, Mexico. Along the Oaxaca coastline, Puerto is world famous for its wave. Known as the Mexican Pipeline, when Puerto is breaking, the earth can be felt shaking beneath your bare feet as you wander through town. Our project...

Welcome to our blog! Follow our team as we travel around the globe facilitating youth-driven audiovisual workshops and productions with coastal communities celebrating coastal culture and promoting ocean conservation.

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