Nicaragua has a wealth of excellent spots, both beach breaks and reefs.However, transportation, roads, and tourist infrastructure is limited and most of the best spots are in remote areas either far off the main road, where 4x4 is preferred and perhaps no accommodations exist, or accessible only by boat. By far one of the best breaks in the country is called Quizala, and is the closest spot to Managua. There are several other breaks heading south, but many are only accessible by boat until you reach San Juan Del Sur. From there you can head south on the dirt road for several other spots, one called Playa El Yanqui. This is a barreling right that can be gnarly and closed out or clean and hollow depending on the swell direction and tide. Have fun! Climate in Nicaragua : Nicaragua has a tropical climate with two seasons. A wet season from May to January and a dry season from January to mid May, combined with three climatic zones. (1.) A wet tropical, (2.) a wet and dry tropical and (3.) a mild highland. Average annual precipitation in Managua is 1,140 mm (35 inches) and average temperature ranges are from 20 degrees Celsius (68 degrees Fahrenheit) to 44 degrees Celsius (93 degrees Fahrenheit) all year
Coastline: 910 km
Surfing in Nicaragua
Total Nicaragua Surf spots: 12
Total Nicaragua Surf pictures: 43
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