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If waking up to the peace and quiet of your guest house in a secluded valley and being close to expansive tropical beaches are keys to your holiday vacation, then make sure you book at Wild Nica surf camp. Their goal is to ensure you have a fun, relaxing, adventuresome, eye-opening experience. Wild Nica is an off the grid operation situated on a 450 acre Nature Reserve. It runs a small farm with a few animals situated back from the ocean in a beautiful valley, yet only a ten minutes drive to Playa Yankee, an excellent surf spot.
The house is 400 square feet with equal amount of covered outdoor patio space. It has has two bedrooms (double bed and two singles), kitchen, shower, bar, and sitting area. Propane stove, solar oven, or traditional wood cook stove for cooking. One side of the patio is set up for dining, the other site where the hammocks are strung. The large roof overhang keeps the patio in the shade and the house cool. It was built in 2011, is well constructed with steel roof beams and concrete filled cinder block reinforced with rebar. The house is cleaned twice a week. Wild Nica's location is set back in a tranquil valley about two miles or one and a half kilometers from the ocean. After a day at the beach, it’s nice to be away from the surf and find yourself in the quiet solitude of a valley. Half of the property is forested in tall trees providing amble shade, while the front section is open to the passing sun. The vegetable garden is stocked in a variety of vegetables depending on time of year and crop rotation.
Your onsite host is available to drive you and guests to the nearby surf beaches. Four nearby beaches are within a 15 minute reach. Their location backs onto a 450 acre private nature reserve with a trail system that loops across the jungle forest. In this area, you’ll see three species of monkey, and numerous bird species, including the secretive toucan. There is a horse-back riding outfitter down the road offering trips to the beaches. Wild Nica's vehicle is an older 4x4 Hilux (savings up for a newer model) which can get across the toughest terrain including a wonderful trip across a nearby mountain ridge. Bikes are brought to the beaches for cruising along the vast stretches of sand. Sunset watching is a must as Nicaragua has some of the most dramatic sunsets in the world.
Superb beach break that acts like a left point on the Southside. Wash sweeps over and makes for a consistent take off. Best with south and south west swell on an incoming tide. Can handle plenty of size despite what the localsmay say.
Very fickle point break on the north end of Playa Yankee. Best during low tide, although it will work all day with the right swell direction and size. Needs a good amount of juice, but can be one of the most amazing waves on the coast when firing.
Two miles of a-framed beachbreak. Best at two to five feet on a medium swell. Fairly consistent spot working with most swell directions.
This is one of the largest tortoise egg laying habitats found on the Pacific Coast. Hundreds of females make their way onto the beaches to deposit hundreds of eggs on its sandy beaches. Park rangers can assist visitors in the release of baby turtles at twilight.
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You will have unlimited access to the vegetable garden for your meal preparation. The guest house provides cooking essentials including solar and traditional wood stove. A senora can be hired to prepare meals if requested. Breakfasts and dinners can be prepared by your host.
Please book your flight to arrive at Augusto C. Sandino International Airport (MGA).
From the airport, there is a shuttle service to San Juan del Sur (SJdS) - a two hour scenic drive. Look for the Adelante Express counter in the airport as you depart from Customs.