Nicaragua Surf camp

Your own private Villa in Nicaragua’s famous Surf Resort just in from of Popoyo surf break


Nicaragua is a tropical paradise for surfers from around the world it have a  Pacific Coastline and a Caribbean Coastline with several surf spots.


The Surf Resort with pool in a unique villa is located in the world famous pacific coast with all the swell from Hawaiian  and good winds for tubes.

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Situated on a private hilltop estate comprised of over 32 acres, The Surf Resort is incredibly private and secure, at the center of some of the best surf that Nicaragua has to offer – surf Popoyo, Paranoias, Middles, Outer Reef, Beaches, Dairy Queens, Astillero, Chacocente, Peaks, Playgrounds, Colorados, Panga Drops, Santana, Rosadas, Auggies (and others just waiting to be named…)


With its spectacular views, extraordinary architecture and deep pool over looking the Pacific, The Surf Resort offers the comforts of home while providing guests with a distinctively unique place to stay – an affordable, authentic, and unforgettable Nicaraguan experience for the whole family.

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Only Accommodation in Surf Resort Villa Nicaragua

5 Private Surf Villas to choose from these accommodations are perfect for a person thats already surf and just want to book some gear rental or maybe one surf trip excursion but generally you want to have a safe holidays with your friends or family in these beautiful country. These is your perfect holiday accommodation package .

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ALL INKLUSIVE Package NICARAGUA Surf + lodging + meals + trips

You want to have the surf trip of your life in the wonderful country of Nicaragua, want to surf uncrowded spots and make 4×4 trips through the best surf breaks in the pacific coastline.Also possible to do boat surfing trips in the outer reefs like Popoyo , foto and video report also possible …

per person 7 nights

All inclusive 2760 US Dollars
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Custom Surf Trips & Surfaris in Nicaragua 4x4 & Speedboat

Make your custom surf trip for you and your group of friends and come to surf to pacific paradise under palm tress and endless summer feelings…..You want to have the surf trip of your life in the wonderful country of Nicaragua, want to surf uncrowded spots and make 4×4 trips through the best surf breaks in the pacific coastline.Also possible to do boat surfing trips in the outer reefs like Popoyo , foto and video report also possible …

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Yoga & Surf life in Nicaragua

Make your dreams come true and come to do Yoga in these tropical paradise under palm trees and with the best sunsets you will never see.Yoga sessions in our roof terrace next to the pool with  morning sessions to build mussels up before surfing  and evening sessions to stress out and calm down our pains after paddling all day surfing.Also Eco vegan food possible.

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Nicaragua , officially the Republic of Nicaragua, is the largest country in the Central America, next by Honduras to the northwest, the Caribbean to the east, Costa Rica to the south, and the Pacific Ocean to the southwest. The capital of the country is Managua also largest city. More than 6 million people lives in the country all are multi-ethnic population of indigenous, European, African, and Asian heritage. Spanish is the main language.

Originally inhabited by various indigenous cultures since ancient times, the Spanish Empire conquered the region in the 16th century. Nicaragua gained independence from Spain in 1821. The cultural traditions has generated diversity in folklore, cuisine, music, and literature, particularly the latter given the literary contributions of Nicaraguan poets and writers, such as Rubén de Darío. Known as the «land of lakes and volcanoes», Nicaragua is also home to the second-largest rainforest of the Americas. The country has set a goal of 90% renewable energy by the year 2020. The biological diversity, warm tropical climate and active volcanoes make Nicaragua an increasingly popular tourist destination.

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Year-round surf, warm waters, stunning landscape, a rich history and friendly local culture—these are just a few of the charms that await you in the magical country of Nicaragua. A vacation at Two Brothers Surf Resort offers the best that Nicaragua has to offer—for the surfing enthusiast, for the adventurer, and for the whole family.

Nicaragua, one of the few surfing locations in Latin America to enjoy ideal surfing conditions virtually year round!

Surfers have greatly benefited from the dramatic Nicaraguan topography and volcanic geography, which yield beautiful beaches and challenging breaks during all seasons.

Nicaragua, known as the “Land of Lakes and Volcanoes,” is home to more than seven active volcanoes, which over the years have provided the southern Pacific beaches with dramatic rock cliffs, numerous coves, velvety sand, and numerous reef breaks.

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Offshore Winds Nearly All Year These Is The Tube Paradise!

Nicaragua has also the Lake Nicaragua, the biggest tropical lake on the American continent. Nicaragua’s unique landscape, combined with this large inland lakes, create ideal conditions allowing for a smooth passage of the northeast Tradewinds blowing across Nicaragua from the Caribbean Sea.
This makes that the  consistent off-shore winds blow nearly year around along the South Pacific Coast, making conditions ideal for consistent surf with very good tubes and hollow waves.

The Best Time To Visit Us ?

Nicaragua enjoys a variety of surf year round, ranging from consistent to world-class, with two very distinct seasons:

  • Winter  or the “green season,” takes place between May and October. During the green season, the river mouths open up and create numerous beach breaks, as the reef breaks come alive with consistent larger south swells. While Nicaragua can receive southern swells throughout the year, the power and frequency of the swells tends to increase at the beginning of the green season.
  • Summer, or the “dry season,” lasts from November until April. During the dry season, the surf is generally mellower, usually averaging chest-high with larger swells starting to come in from the south just at the end of the season in April. The offshore winds tend to be heavier during this season, causing the water temperature to drop a bit, so it is good to have on hand a long-sleeve wetsuit top.

The air temperature is warm year round, making for a tropical adventure trip  in an endless summer holidays.

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What To Visit During Your Stay In Nicaragua

These country is a true adventurer’s paradise, Nicaragua is filled with rivers, lakes and lagoons and bordered by the waters of both the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. Nicaragua boasts one of the most impressive volcanic chains of Central America, with over seven active volcanoes, some of them you can surf down on a wooden surf board. Nicaragua’s abundant eco system ranks this Central American country as one of seven regions of the world recognized for its intense biological diversity.

Extraordinary Nature & Exotic Wildlife

  • Impressive rain forests
  • Incredible dry tropical forests
  • Enchanting cloud forests
  • Vast wetlands bordering the San Juan River Valley
  • Lake Nicaragua, largest tropical lake on the American Continent:
    • Home to 365 islets
    • Habitat for the Jurassic lizard fish
    • Home to the rare freshwater Caribbean Bull Shark
  • 236 species of birds including the rare and colorful Lapa Rojo Macaw
  • More than 90 species of rare orchids
  • Chococente, protected nesting site for thousands of Paslama Sea Turtles
  • Giant Ceiba trees and bright red Flamboyant trees
  • Howler monkeys with a call said to be the second loudest on Earth

Most Nicaraguans citizens are from European (mostly Spanish) and Indian ancestry, a diverse and culturally mixed population with many people in Western Nicaragua descended from Mayan and Aztec societies.  The Miskito Indians of the East Coast of Nicaragua are thought to have migrated from northern Columbia and eastern Venezuela some 4,000 years ago. More recent history has added Afro-Caribbean and British culture into the mix. Nicaragua is considered a true mestizo culture, with a blend of European and indigenous cultures that still exists today, as most of Nicaragua is only beginning to be exposed to globalization. Hopefully low-impact tourism will allow the natural beauty, warmth, simplicity, and authenticity of the Nicaraguan culture to be experienced yet preserved.

With an appreciation for simple things, a wealth of authenticity, and the kindness and generosity of its people, a visit to Nicaragua is an unforgettable experience. 



It has been nearly 30 years since the fighting ended in Nicaragua between the Sandinistas and Contras and more than 35 years since the Somoza family dynasty was overthrown.  Daniel Ortega led Nicaragua’s Sandinista government (Front Sandinista for Liberation National, FSLN) from 1979-1990, during which time Nicaragua unfortunately became a battleground of the cold war struggle between the US and the Soviet Union and Cuba.  Daniel Ortega was defeated in the 1990 Presidential election, with Nicaraguans electing Violeta Chamorro, as the first woman president of the Americas.

In November of 2006, Nicaragua held its fourth free election. This time, the Sandinistas won, and the people appointed Daniel Ortega their leader once again.

Daniel Ortega, in his fourth term as the president of Nicaragua, is undoubtedly, a unique historical figure. The political climate in Nicaragua is stable as the country looks on with optimism.

While historically Nicaragua has been one of the poorest countries in all of the Americas, earnest strides are now being taken to develop a tourist industry and encourage international investments. Nicaragua is rated the safest country in Central America. The future looks brighter for Nicaragua as the infrastructure improves and more jobs and opportunities are created in the rural areas of Nicaragua.

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The best Colonial Cities to visit

Once the Capitol of Nicaragua for over than 200 years, Leon is now infamous as the resting place of Nicaragua’s most renowned literary figure, Ruben Dario. This famous Nicaraguan poet lies beneath the grand entrance to the Famous Cathedral de Leon, which took over 113 years to construct. Leon is lined with cathedrals and universities and surrounded by the majestic Maribios volcanoes. It has long been the hot seat for political discussion and volcanic activity.

Founded in 1524, Granada is one of the oldest colonial cities on the American continent.  Situated on Lake Nicaragua, Granada was the main port for trading and a major destination for travel during colonial times. Granada is full of wonderful examples of colonial architecture, presenting houses with fabulous inner courtyards. As in most Latin American countries, the central courtyard is the heart of the home, providing shade, green foliage and a place to relax in the mid-day heat.

With a rural population of around 40,000, Rivas is the nearest major town to Las Salinas and The Surf Resort. Home to a large cathedral, a central park and brightly painted buildings, Rivas offers a glimpse of colonial life and architecture minus the tourists. While it is possible in Rivas to find Internet cafés and make international calls, the main draw to visit Rivas is to experience the chaos of the market along the cobblestone streets, where vendors sell everything from fruits and vegetables to pigs, saddles, dishcloths and dinner plates. Rivas is truly a slice of daily Nicaraguan life.

Art & Markets to visit in Nicaragua


Close to Managua, Masaya is the cultural heart of Nicaragua, where visitors can experience the evening festival known as “Vamos a Masaya” each Thursday night. Watch cultural dances and listen to traditional music while shopping for native crafts, hammocks and leather items.

Catarina and San Juan De Oriente
These smaller towns, close to Masaya and Granada, offer a chance to see the artists at work making their wares in a more intimate setting. Working mostly with clay, villagers sell pots for plants and storing water, the type still used todayaround the Nicaraguan countryside.

Reasons to Love Nicaragua and come to visit these Wonderfull country with us

  • Ox carts slowing traffic
  • Laundry drying on barbed wire
  • The hot languid pace of a long tropical day
  • Impeccably-swept dirt lawns
  • Piles of fresh, sweet mangos
  • Dusty bumpy potholed roads
  • Red tile roofs on brightly painted houses
  • Rice and beans and pico de gallo
  • Buses delivering people, pigs and mattresses
  • Candlelight dinners when the electricity fails
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