What to Bring

  • Surfboards are very needed here, fell free to bring yours own, but we also offer a really nice fleet to rent, you can check our quiver on AWAYCO section . In case you get your board damage we can also get your board repair very fast with our ding repair guy .
  • Cash Moneyyyy! At a minimum, $10 USD to enter Nicaragua. There are ATMs at the Managua Airport, but its good to bring some cash to the camp, especially if you want to avoid credit card fees.
  • Sunscreen and Zinc The Nicaraguan sun is STRONG. Plus with the all-day offshore winds, you will probably be wanting to get in some midday sessions= lots of sun protection!
  • Tropical Surf Wax. We have a small surf shops at the hotel in case you need some extra .
  • Leash and Rash guard.  In case you don't have one or If you break your leash you can buy a extra one at our shop .
  • Extra Fins. And there is a lot of rock at the breaks. Again, doesn’t happen often but every once and awhile someone loses a fin.
  • Mosquito Repellant. Seriously. Get some. Especially if you plan on getting wasted and passing out in a hammock.
  • Re-usable Water Bottle. We have purified water and infused water available for our guest.
  • Fin Key. In case you break one of your fins. And of course, for when you get in and wanna leave (if ever).
  • Lots Boardies/Bikinis. Cause you’ll be surfing more than once a day.
  • Clothes. For the few times you are not surfing. Maybe you want to look nice for Salsa night in Leon?
  • Rash Guard. See the comment on sunscreen.
  • Sunnies. Cause what’s a surf trip without sunglasses.
  • Sandals. Totally not mandatory but recommended based on our pebbles/sq meter measurement.
  • Toiletries. So you stay fresh and other people want to be your friend.
  • Camera. Duh. Make your friends jealous.
  • Books. The vibes are chill and the days are long, so you’ll have plenty of time to kick back with a good novel if that’s your thing.
  • Small First Aid Kit. It’s the tropics, stuff happens, people get sick, cuts, don’t agree with the food, swallow ocean water. You name it. It’s happened. Bring some Antiseptic wipes, superglue, pain relief, fever medicine, upset stomach settler, bandaids, duct tape and whatever other pills make you feel alright.
  • Sun Cure. For any minor dings. It happens and you’ll probably want to keep surfing, so it’s better to fix it yourself if it’s a small repair. We do have on-site board repair for more major stuff, but it takes some time.
  • Flashlight. The place gets dark sometimes at night. But that’s what smartphones are for too right?
  • A Pen Drive (at least 4GB) to save the pics of Miramar
  • An skatebord in case you prefer yours rather one of ours