Project PARGO was born on the road, in the back of a camper where the simple things matter. Having spent years living in some of the world's most remote and poverty-stricken villages. We have learned the reality, clean water is life, and unfortunately, not everybody's got it.
The roar power and beauty of the ocean inspires us to take trips deep off the beaten track, we aspire to get to know the locals and how they live life on every adventure we’re on. You’ll find us up for the early (coffee in hand), chasing swells, at the top of a mountain or enjoying icy cold beers’ after a hard day at it.
What IS Pargo?
PARGO; Spanish for Red Snapper, well known around the world as one of the tastiest! One day we got the invite to spearfish with the locals in a tiny village on the coast of El Salvador, soon after we speared one hell of a PARGO deep down in the reef. This thing was big enough to feed the village, so that's what we did.
At this moment, full of fish we noticed none of the locals we ate with drank any water, not because they didn’t want too, because the local water makes them too sick to live and the bottled water is too expensive for many to buy.