Drift Wild in Cornwall

Surfing, yoga and wilderness adventures

7 - 9th June 2019 

10 spots available


Fancy spend a weekend amongst the waves of Cornwall and getting in touch with your wild side?

Drift have relocated to one of the UK’s best surf spots and are offering their first retreat in conjunction with Mount Pleasant Eco Park in Porthtowan.

Nestled on a cliff top overlooking one of Cornwall’s most prestigious beaches, we’ll surf with the tides, stretch out daily and have the opportunity to connect with nature in a myriad of ways.  

A drift wild retreat includes:

3 days and 2 nights at Mount Pleasant Eco Park

Single bed (sharing with 2 others) in a bell tent

Yoga, meditation and pranayama (suitable for all levels) - 2.5hrs per day

2 surf lessons with Drift instructors (including transport/equipment/group tuition) - 2.5 hrs each lesson

2 other outdoor activities depending on conditions (coasteering/bike ride/paddleboarding) - 2.5hrs approx

All meals - prepared lovingly by vegetarian chefs at the Eco Park (breakfast/picnic lunch/main meal)

Special guests presenting topics including - mindfulness, local foraging, organic gardening 


Accommodation options:

12 spots available in bell tents

Couples/2 friends sharing in shepherd huts

Contact us should you wish to bring your own tent or camper van.


Early bird price of £345! (bell tent pricing)

Reserve your place now with £150 deposit.

Contact me for more info and booking.

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Living in London, Drift was an ideal short hop, and four blissful days spent learning to surf (I am a complete beginner) and beach yoga. The food was lovely - I was never hungry - and people amazingly friendly. I have come back to my “normal life” 4 pounds lighter (not intentional!) feeling great. Too many retreats are too far away/too expensive. Drift is something attainable and everyone should try it! Highly recommended.
— Deborah, Sept 2017
There’s no WIFI but you’ll have a better connection
— Drift Retreats

Drift retreats have been featured in The Guardian, Red Magazine and WellBeing World