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Tucked in between endless beaches and a tropical jungle, Nicaragua’s Southern Pacific Coast boasts some of the most enchanting natural environments around. Trade in the blackberry alarm clock for a family of howler monkeys, and the pigeon on the curb for a Pelican scanning the surf. Join us for what will surely be a magical trip filled with tropical yoga, beautiful waves, outdoor adventures, happy people, and lasting memories.
What you get:
Dollar, Cordobas (23 Cords = $1) All major credit cards are accepted at the resort and nearby establishments. The closest ATM is about 40 minutes away.
Bromelia Restaurant which offers nutritious, organic cuisine made from fresh, local ingredients. What we can’t grow on our farms here and Ometepe Island we purchase from local farmers and ranchers. We bake fresh bread, desserts, and pizza in our clay hearth oven. Fresh seafood, Nicaraguan gallo pinto, and Flor de Cana rum are popular local cuisines that are served at Aqua and nearby establishments.
Fly to Managua International Airport (MGA). From there our staff can organize car or helicopter transport. Transport can also be arranged from Liberia, Costa Rica.
Spanish and English. Although the majority of our staff speak English, in many regions Spanish is the dominant language and English speakers may be difficult to find.
Granada is 1.5 hours away. Managua is 2.5 hours away. Aqua offers a variety of day trips to nearby fishing villages, San Juan Del Sur, Masaya and Mombacho volcanoes, and Granada. Separate transport to these destinations can be made for a small fee.
Nearby fishing village Gigante is a popular spot for tourists and locals to gather for a drink or dance.
Camera or video camera with case for protection against humidity and rain • Plenty of film • Sun block lotion • Sunglasses • Swimsuit • Broad-brimmed hat or cap • Insect repellent • Personal toiletries and medications • Photocopy of your passport • Sneakers • Sandals • A powerful flashlight with batteries • A water bottle or canteen • Rain suit or poncho
Hiking Mombacho and Masaya Volcanoes, Fishing, Ziplining, Horseback Riding, Snorkeling, Paddleboarding, Surfing, Kayaking, Volcano Surfboarding and Sledding, Exploring colonial cities Granada and Leon
GMT/UTC – DST not applied
All U.S. citizens must have a U.S. passport valid for at least six months from the date of arrival in Nicaragua and proof of an onward or return ticket. No visas are required for citizens of the United States for tourist visits of up to 90 days, but they must have onward or return air tickets and proof of sufficient funds to maintain themselves in Belize. No specific immunizations are required for visitors to Belize. $10 charge required to pass customs for everyone.
Weather is variable by the season. Our driest season runs from November-April. The rainy season runs from May-August, and the heavy rains occur from September-October. Our rates reflect the changing weather, cheaper rates offered from May-October.
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