ECO SURF LODGE,
Surf Camps & Surf Schools |
Surf Accommodation |
Managua | Pacific | Nicaragua.
Known as “the land of lakes and volcanoes”, Nicaragua is also a fine but yet to be discovered surf destination, with world class surfing conditions from September through to April. A ninety minute drive south of Managua on the pristine Pacific Coast, the Surf & Ecolodge is a surfer hideaway right in front of a perfect beach break, with another four waves within walking distance of the lodge. The lodge comprises five beachside bungalows with private bathroom and a porch with hammocks. The typical palmed roofed rancho beach hut is where hungry surfers will enjoy hearty meals prepared with freshly caught fish, while watching the action on the beach break opposite. Extra activities at the lodge include fishing, horseback riding and nature hikes.
The Ecolodge is located on a secluded beach of Nicaragua’s Pacific Coast. Five private beachside bungalows are spread out along the coast, each with its own bathroom, porch, hammock and lounge chair. Bungalows are furnished with comfortable beds with mosquito net but no electricity. Compost toilets are a short walk from the accommodation. Spacious typical rancho beach hut restaurant with delicious food (freshly caught fish) and plenty of hammocks to relax and watch the surf. Extra activities at the lodge include great fishing, snorkelling, horseback riding and nature hikes.
The following surf spots are right in front of the lodge or within a 5 minutes walk:
Hemorroids: Island like left point break. Fast and hollow wave for experts only. Break over a rock shelf
Rancho’s: Gentle beach break right in front of the lodge. Ideal for beginners and long boarding.
Chiggas: Right reef break that get hollow on big sets
Outer Chiggas: Left and right reef break outside of Chiggas
North Beach: A-frame beach break
Nicaragua’s Pacific Coast beaches are exposed to both SW and NW swells, making the surf very consistent all year round.
Apr-Nov: Biggest swell
Nov-Jan: Waist to chest high offshore perfection
Feb-Mar: Midsize swells, offshore
FREE SURF PACKAGE
- Accommodation in private beachfront bungalow
- All Inclusive (all meals, drinks, beers, juices, water, etc.)
- Airport round trip transfer
25 USD / Day
30 USD / Lesson
All quoted rates are person and subject to 15% Government tax
We recommend 2 weeks to make the most of your trip !
Extending from the Caribbean to the Pacific coast, Nicaragua is the largest country in Central America, bordered by Honduras to the north and Costa Rica to the south. Known as “the land of lakes and volcanoes”, it contains Central America’s two largest lakes and numerous active volcanoes. A must is a visit to Lake Nicaragua, more than 160 km. (100 mi.) long and averaging 70 km (45 mi) wide. Once an arm of the Pacific, from which it is only 19 km (12 mi) distant, the lake still contains varieties of ocean creatures, including the only known freshwater sharks. The lakes showcases the scenic Ometepe island, topped by twin volcanoes and one of the most famous sights in the country.
Tropical. Rainy season on the Pacific Coast from May through November.
Managua Airport (MGA) 90 min. from the Surflodge
(AA, Delta, Continental, Iberia, Taca)
Warning: Continental Airlines do no accept surfboards !
EU, US, Canadian and Australian citizens do not require a visa but must buy a tourist card upon arrival
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25 Sep 2008, 10:19
14 Sep 2008, 14:48
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