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Northern Nicaragua?Poneloya?« on: December 02 2006 19:12:00 »
Is there any good waves up there? is it worth the trek? any ideas?
RE: Northern Nicaragua?Poneloya?« Reply #1 on: March 28 2007 13:03:00 »
Someone told be that Poneloya and Las Penitas has good surf. I hear the waves are consistent and it is cheap to stay there. There are not the crowds there that you would find in Maderas. I understand that it is just 20 minutes from Leon. I plan on checking it out this summer.
RE: Northern Nicaragua?Poneloya?« Reply #2 on: March 30 2007 11:03:00 »
Several good spots in N. Nicaragua. Check hotelchancletas.com and c21nicabeachfront.com for photos/descriptions
RE: Northern Nicaragua?Poneloya?« Reply #3 on: March 30 2007 12:03:00 »
My name is André and I´m from Portugal.
Is it safe to go to Nicaragua trying to discover beaches and waves? I´m thinking going there this summer?
Can somebody recommend me some good places to stay and surf?
RE: Northern Nicaragua?Poneloya?« Reply #4 on: March 31 2007 08:03:00 »
please stop giving away our last isolated spots on this forum , just look at what happened to Popoyo man! PLEASE SELL YOUR REAL ESTATE but STOP GIVING AWAY OUR SPOTS!
RE: Northern Nicaragua?Poneloya?« Reply #5 on: January 30 2011 11:01:00 »
Joe's place is good times. Just stay away from the "cabin" advertised on his website. It's a piece of shit rippoff, and super far away from the breaks. Stay at Joe's place to be closer to the breaks and have more fun!
RE: Northern Nicaragua?Poneloya?« Reply #6 on: January 31 2011 11:01:00 »
I know a few people who've had a god time in the Poneloya area, most were beginner?intermediate surfers though so not sure how it is for advanced waves. I'm working at camp near Puerto Sandino and although it's not big for partying like San Juan, you have a huge variety of breaks to choose from, you won't get bored or be surfing the same wave all the time. I would advise you to stay in a camp with guides and their own boat so you can get to all the spots and know the hazards.