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Andrea Miranda: Surfer Girl and More...

by Oriana Fowler for Costaspirit.com

Andrea Miranda is a striking presence. Tall, strong, and with catching green eyes, heads turn as she bikes down the main road in Guiones. And getting to know Andrea a little more closely is just as striking.

Business owner, coach, surfer, level-headed risk-taker, athlete. . . all of these apply. Andrea uses these qualities to help other men and women to find their own inner athletes -- whether that's through the surf school she co-owns and operates (Del Mar Surf Camp) or at one of the "Fit 2 Rip" classes she leads three times per week.

Andrea (known as Angie) opened the Nosara, Costa Rica branch of the Del Mar Surf Camp in 2010. Del Mar is best-known for their woman-only surf camps.

 

They now offer co-ed beginner and intermediate surf camp vacations in part because "many women had such a good time they wanted to come back and bring their husbands and boyfriends," explained Angie.

One thing that sets the camp apart is that it is owned by women and focuses on women’s surfing, but has both male and female instructors, and focuses on eco-friendly and authentic Costa Rica experiences.

So, if you met Angie today, you'd be forgiven for assuming that she grew up shredding waves.

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