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RE: places to stay« on: October 13 2009 05:10:00 »
You can also do a room in my 3/2 condo for 80 per nt,its directly on the beach,about 125 yards down from panga drops in Iguana,ck it out rockpointvilla.com
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RE: places to stay« Reply #1 on: October 24 2009 14:10:00 »
Been surfin nica for 11 yrs now, from managua. Used to do surf tours a while back... once again i want to provide surf guide service... excelent for people who want to have all the inside info, learn alot on their trip about nica culture, history, gastronomy, and surf. and also feel free to move around from one surf region to the other quikly and efectively, getting in the water the most posible and surfing the best waves acording to the forecasts, tides.... these would be costumed arranged trips, based on your needs, budget etc...
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RE: places to stay« Reply #2 on: December 02 2009 15:12:00 »
I just come back from a trip in Nicaragua, I've stayed at Las Plumerias Lodge and Surf.
It's an amazing place, 4 bungalows, palm roof... my girlfriend really appreciate to, chill out, the beach when I was surfing.
It's between popoyo and astillero, 50$/ day with beers included!!! They organise surf package!!! around 600$/week
Owners are really friendly and the food is amazing ( they're from France!!!)
Enjoy your trip in Nicaragua,
RE: places to stay« Reply #3 on: January 13 2010 00:01:00 »
my name is Brianna vick and i own an amazing beachhouse on playa madera in Nicaragua (it's on the pacific coast). This year 2010 is the first year i am making my house available to be rented. There are three diffrent beaches that sourrounds the house, all within an 8 minute walk or less. Playa Marsella would be my front door beach. It is only a two minute walk on my private sidewalk and private beach entrance, until you are in the water. My back door beach is Playa Manajual, it is a 5 minute walk until you are in the water. The third beach is Playa Madera, which is world famous for it's surfing.
check out my webpage for pictures of the house and pictures of the breath taking beaches.All info you may need to book reservations can be found on the webpage as well. www.maderabeachhouse.com
RE: places to stay« Reply #4 on: March 10 2011 13:03:00 »
check out this webpage www.maderabeachhouse.com
RE: places to stay« Reply #6 on: March 21 2012 15:03:00 »
check out www.san-juan-del-sur-info.com for information about accommodations in the Playa Maderas neighborhood
RE: places to stay« Reply #7 on: August 09 2017 02:08:00 »
Cheap as chips place and authentic Nicaragua experience: the Boom cabin ( www.boomcabin.com)
This is if you don't want to be pampered and would dig getting to know the locals, and practicing Spanish. The waves at the Boom are sick too! ::-)
RE: places to stay« Reply #8 on: February 16 2018 10:02:00 »
All of the places I have stayed at in Maderas were more costly (Buena Vista Surf Club and Arte-Sano Hotel), so it depends on what you're budget is. If you are on a "back-packer's budget", there are a plethora of hostels and bungalows on airbnb and tripadvisor As for transportation, I HIGHLY recommend "Neptune Transport Services". After going through all of the other "notable" companies, I found Neptune Transport and I have been using them for over 2 years. All of their vehicles are new, high-end model vehicles that they are prepped for everything to travel with my boards and fishing equipment. Not to mention, all of their drivers are fluent in English as well as Spanish. They charge me $80 for 2 people from Managua Airport to Playa Maderas...They're the sh*t...Not sh*t, but THE SH*T.