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Recent Nicaragua reviews

  • Amazing spot right in front of the main surf break!

    "I rented this house along with 2 other couples and one 3 year old. It was absolutely amazing. If you have surfers with you, we did, the main break Colorados is literally in front of the house. If you weren't a surfer, this house would still make a lovely romantic getaway. The upstairs has a separate entrance and is HUGE, so just decide who gets that ahead of time if you are traveling with companions. The rental agency Iguana Surf Rentals was fabulous to work with. Nicaragua is a truly lovely country, worth visiting. We used Mateo Blevins for arranging our chef, transportation, and any and all needs we had during our stay, he was great!"
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: October 18, 2014
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  • A Colonial Adventure

    "Hi, I stayed at Casa Gallo recently with two friends and a four-year old. The house is gorgeous with wonderful amenities.(books, music, hammocks, gardens, rocking chairs, AC's, phones, laundry room, chaise lounges, filtered water, etc.) Jose and Maria-Elena were so friendly and accommodating. The day we arrived they were at the house waiting to greet us. Every afternoon ,we used the pool which was wonderful especially with a youngster. One morning Maria-Elena made us a delicious breakfast that lasted several days. Jose took me to Mombacho Volcano and we even saw a sloth in the forest. The location is perfect and a short walk to the center of Granada. I would highly recommend this home for everyone. Don't miss a visit to the tortilla lady in Parque Central or a class at the Chocolate Museum down the street. The lady gets there around 5:00 and makes the most delicious tortillas with Nica cheese. It was our appetizer almost every night. The photos on the website is exactly what you get. Thank you Richard and Trudy for sharing your beautiful home! Rona, Shana, Valerie and Isa Rona, Shana, Valerie and Isa"
    Guest: Rona W. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 21, 2014
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  • Villa Oro Vacation

    "My boyfriend, daughter and I stayed at Villa Oro for a week in Nica. We had an amazing time. The home was better in person. We arrived at the house and it was very clean. The owner was very helpful at answering every question I had about the home and our surroundings. The home is beautiful and the people are so kind. The location of the house is not even ten minutes from the downtown area. We had privacy and didn't feel bothered at all.. I've been home for about a week now and all I keep thinking about is being there. I would definitely consider going back tomorrow. Villa Oro allowed us to have an amazing/memorable vacation. Till next year!!!"
    Guest: Braza Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: April 21, 2014
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  • Paradise at Masachapa Beach Estate, Lush Gardens, Wonderful Sunsets.

    "This Masachapa Beach Estate owned by Nicaraguan family is a wonderful place to kick up your feet and relax. The property is about 20 feet above sea-level on the beach with great views and sunsets. The landscape is professionally done with lush and tropical plants a perfect combination of sun and shade for those hot afternoons. Swim either in the Pacific or private pool. The home provides a large outdoor living space with plenty of sitting and lounging around with rockers, chairs and hammocks. Early in the morning walk to the local fish market on the beach at Masachapa town, you can’t miss it. We cooked, bbq dinner every night at the home. The property like most Nicaraguan properties is fenced in, parking provided and caretaker on property. You can walk for miles either up or down the beach. At high tide the beach is about 10 to 20 feet wide at low tide the beach is over 200 feet wide. Either way you can walk to Masachapa town in under 5 minutes and to the beginning of Pochomil beach in 15 minutes. There are two steams to cross, usually only about a few inches to a foot deep otherwise use the bridge, at low and medium tide not a problem. Plenty of hotels and B&B’s along the Pochomil beach that provides restaurants and free WiFi…just walk up and ask. Masachapa/Pochomil is where the Nicaraguan families go for beach vacation but you will find a few Americans/Canadians/Europeans there and some of the hotels are operated by them. Granada is about a 2 hour drive and so you can make a good day trip for it, do your research first. Nicaragua is an amazing country and this is a beautiful drive with wonderful views. Travel Tips :- Talk to your host RE:- -Get directions out of Managua or Granada to do all your food shopping at Le Colonial. -The road to Masachapa is paved but most of the roads to the homes are not ask if need a 4*4. -There are many rural schools just a few miles outside of town for the farmer’s children, these children are very poor and the school barely have the basics so if you can bring toys, school supplies, etc -Download free GPS maps for your Garmin (openstreetmap) or smart phone (OsmAnd or Navigator). -The Nicaraguan are extremely friendly and honest but the average pay is $1 to $5 a day so best not to put temptation in the way. Leave valuables at home, lock your bedroom doors, lock your suitcase, leave nothing in the car, do not walk around at night, stay off beaches at night, stay away from non-lighted areas, use your common sense."
    Guest: dave & dee Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 4, 2014
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