We are so darn lucky to have the best people coming from all over the world to stay with us here in paradise. Add our amazing team of staff, fun waves, early yoga, good food and beautiful sunsets and you have a pretty epic week. Here’s some shots from our new guest photographer Vera Nording.
6 am – Start your morning right with a warming vinyasa class getting your muscles ready for your first surf. Michelle will guide you through an hour of blissful practice in our shala surrounded by the sounds of the jungle. 7 am – Breakfast is served! 8 am – After getting a tuk-tuk ride down
‘Tis the season! Well, that is if your holiday season involves endless sunshine, palm trees, coconuts, and waves that peel just right. Sunshinestories was a dream built upon the sea, surf, yoga, good food, and good vibes. As one of Sri Lanka’s surf camps, we try to give our guests the ultimate holiday experience with
On Tuesday’s after yoga, surfing, lunch and video analysis we jump in the tuk tuks and go to Virgin White Tea Plantation just 10 minutes away our surf & yoga retreat. This family owned Handunugoda estate is nestled along the south coast of Sri Lanka. A hidden gem. We think so too. Herman’s Tea produces over 40 different flavours of
“Cookery is a wholly unselfish art: All good cooks, like all great artists, must have an audience worth cooking for.” – Andre Simon At sunshinestories, we all love Thursday’s not only is our yoga and surfing in full swing but Thursday evenings are spent in the kitchen with our wonderful head chef Bandula. Yes chef,
Once a week we pay a visit to our favorite local temple. It’s an activity on the weekly schedule at our retreat and one of my absolute favorites. We return to this specific temple every week because it’s something magical about the place and also because we absolutely adore the cheif monk Dhammanloka and his