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Surf camp Nicaragua near Rivas« on: June 07 2005 09:06:00 »
It's possible to surf some good waves in Playa Gigante near Rivas.
We were in a surf camp (Momo surf camp). We surfed every day with the boat to find the best wave. It was great !!!! It's a small village of ficherman. Cool ambiant and safe. The food was correct.
San juan del Sur is not the best place to surf. Search Playa Gigante or Popoyo, Maderas. Nicaragua is a nice country.
A good surf camp in Nicaragua« Reply #1 on: June 07 2005 09:06:00 »
The best place to surf near San Juan del Sur could be the Momo surf camp located in Playa Gigante. It's cheap, the food was fresh and clean. All the day boat trip to find the best spot like Manzanillo o Popoyo, Ponga, Colorado. We surfed everyday nice waves.
The Small village is safe, The owner is cool and he's a good surfer
They rent boards.
RE: my surf trip« Reply #2 on: August 03 2005 09:08:00 »
New place opening within 5 minute walk to Santana. Small grouping of vacation homes, pool, restaurant. We do only small groups of guided packages and also have rooms to rent for those traveling through. If you are interested you can check us out @ nicaraguasurftrip.com
RE: my surf trip« Reply #3 on: August 29 2005 14:08:00 »
My advice -- avoid the surf camps around the Salinas area. JJ's, La Tica, Rancho Santana owners, and now the Surf Sanctuary have way over-populated the area. I was there in July and the Santana beach break was more crowded than Salt Creek on a summer swell. Hordes of local Nica kids would wait every day until the tide came up, and be on the break just as truck loads of camp surfers would show up. It's ridiculous. If you want to surf Nica, rent a truck and explore on your own. Avoid the camps.
RE: my surf trip« Reply #5 on: January 10 2006 11:01:00 »
I live in managua, surf all the time and hardly ever head south... I rent out my 4x4 hilux and serve as a driver for small groups, just so i can surf and cover expenses and maybe make pocket change, not a living. Im nicaraguan and would be glad to explore new spots.
RE: my surf trip« Reply #6 on: January 10 2006 16:01:00 »
Also forgot to mention, i took a boat for four days and surfed all the coast of nicaragua. and went to el salvador and surfed punta mango...ive surfed , fours spots in northern nica, around ten spots in central nica and all the spots in southern nica.... finance and we'll keep exploring...
RE: my surf trip« Reply #7 on: January 11 2006 12:01:00 »
My parents just moved to Nicaragua 2 years ago. - Los Perros - Rancho Santana - awesome place. They have land on Poppoyyo. They have friends they have opened a surf inn/camp type place. Even if they do not have availability they might have good advice. Email me and I will give you my mom's contact info. Just do not want to post it out on this web.
RE: my surf trip« Reply #8 on: January 16 2006 20:01:00 »
Do you think you can still find quite uncrowded places to surf in the area you talk about ?
RE: my surf trip« Reply #9 on: January 17 2006 16:01:00 »
if you are headed south to a surf camp you are bound to en d up in crowded areas. there are 2 surf camps in gigante, 2 in popoyo, one in santa anna, three or four in san juna del sur, they are all booked, all visit the same waves... you end up stuck.