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Surf and stay« on: March 19 2008 11:03:00 »
I am going to be into Nicaragua in mid-april. I was curious if there were any places to stay that are right on the surf. I don't want to stay at a surf camp, and would rather not have to take a boat or 4x4 to get to the surf. Is at all possible to find a place where you can watch the surf near your pad.
RE: Surf and stay« Reply #1 on: March 19 2008 13:03:00 »
There are tons of places... what does your budget look like? there are cheap places and expensive places... but most are in the southern part of the country... Rivas - San Juan del Sur and Tola area... There are surf spots further up the coast but they are much more spread out and less touristy... let me know watcha looking for and I will help ya out as much as possible..
RE: Surf and stay« Reply #3 on: May 30 2009 12:05:00 »
Well i know of two places because they are mine.A 3/2 condo directly on the beach at Iguana and another 2/1.5 on an 11 acre lot with a unreal view of the ocean.pacificsurfhouse.com
RE: Surf and stay« Reply #4 on: June 03 2009 10:06:00 »
hi im in the same boat! im looking on going to nicaragua next year for two months june and july and would like to know if there are towns on the beach were it wouldnt be so turisty were i could maybe rent a room from a local or just cheap acomodation as most of the surf lodges are just absordly expensive for a south american!
really dont mind if its in the north or south but somewere were i could stay for a long period of time close to the surf!!! would be appreciated thanks
RE: Surf and stay« Reply #5 on: July 02 2009 15:07:00 »
Go start your trip in Popoyo. Tons of cheap places to stay with no need of a truck cause the surf is right there. Check out www.hotelpopoyo.com they have a bed in the dorm room for only $12 a nite (no I don't work for them, I was just there!) A/C, pool, food and a bar. They have private rooms for $40 sleeps 2. Other places in popoyo are even cheaper.
RE: Surf and stay« Reply #6 on: December 14 2009 07:12:00 »
Rent a room in Rancho Santana,for 80 per night sleeps two,or rent a room in Iguana sleeps two for 80<directly on the beach,or rent a 6 man tent directly on the beach for 10 dollars per night firstname.lastname@example.org email me for more pictures and info pacificsurfhouse.com
RE: Surf and stay« Reply #7 on: December 19 2009 11:12:00 »
RE: Surf and stay« Reply #9 on: January 02 2010 11:01:00 »
You have to stay at the Mango Rosa less than a mile from Mederas, Sweet pad, pool, bar and restaurant! really the place everyone goes who stays out there. 2 surfers one guy (Greg ) from Florida is really cool and laid back will get you where ever you want to go surf trips by boat , I had a blast jumping out the boat and paddeling into the line up.