Located in the North, in a sleepy fishing village, this surf hot spot offers more than just perfect waves. It is graced with opportunity for plenty of recreational activities and a calming, peaceful atmosphere. Blessed with offshore winds, rich with points and beach breaks, it provides sets for all levels of surfers, all year round.
The current exchange rate is 36 Cordobas to $1 USD, at January 2023. You can withdraw Cordobas when you arrive to Managua at any ATM or bank for a minimal charge. However, literally everywhere accepts American Dollars, and ATMs will also let you withdraw both currencies. If you are coming from the US, feel free to bring USDs.
Nicaragua is the safest country in Central America especially on the tranquil Northern coasts. In Nicaragua, there are the lowest rates of harassment, theft and rape in all of Central America. At the camp, we have 24-hour security, and with airport transfers so you are assured a safe arrival to the area.
When you arrive to Nicaragua, you will have to purchase a tourist card at customs for $14 USD that is valid for 3 months. No credit cards or cheques are accepted so make sure you have cash! So long as you have a passport that is valid for 6 month or longer, the Nicaraguan government will grant this card to citizens of most countries. Check with your local embassy if you have any doubts.
We do have a nice quiver for rental board. From the small fish until the longboard, you will find something similar that you normally ride. Definitely travel without the boards is a awesome option and for sure easier and cheaper.
According to Nicaragua official law, you are not allow to fly into Managua airport having a speargun with you , its more likely you will get your equipment confiscate by Aduana officials .
If you’re from North America, you don’t need an adaptor. Nicaragua uses the same size plug in, a 120 volt or 60 Hertz. If you are coming from Europe or Brazil, you want to bring an adaptor so that you can use your electronics while at the camp.
For those who visit any country on the OMS list with risk of yellow fever, must to have yellow fever vaccination and show on immigration an international vaccination card.
If you are completely vaccinated, you just need to show your card at the aduana. If you are not vaccinated , you will find more informations at the nicaraguan travel and immigration website.
Even for possessing a small amount of marijuana, you can be sent to jail. Better to get your fix at home than risk dealing with the repercussions of being caught with any sorts of drugs in the country. When you arrive to Nicaragua, you will have to purchase a tourist card at customs for $14 USD that is valid for 3 months. No credit cards or cheques are accepted so make sure you have cash! So long as you have a passport that is valid for 6 month or longer, the Nicaraguan government will grant this card to citizens of most countries.
From our organic garden, fresh salads and vegetables. All our produce, meat and fish are purchased locally, which gives us the opportunity to offer fresh, tasty, delicious and healthy meals.