This June 2010 version is the most up-to-date travel guide to Nicaragua available anywhere. With this guide you can: - Surf hidden breaks uncovered by local surfers - Summit active volcanoes, zipline over lush rainforest, sit and sip at one of the country's many organic coffee farms, or hang your hammock in a remote Caribbean village - Float through the pristine rain forest that lines the Rio San Juan, tracing the Costa Rican border from Lake Nicaragua to the Caribbean Sea. - Navigate the border crossings with Costa Rica and get around Nicaragua by bus, boat and puddle jumper airplane - Understand the Nicaraguan people and how you can help them live a better life by traveling responsibly - Stay a while volunteering or studying Spanish in Granada, Ometepe, San Juan del Sur or Leon Why settle for an outdated guidebook? The V VA community of on-the-ground travel writers, local experts and travelers like you are continuously updating and improving this guide at vivatravelguides.com. Join them, and together we'll make the best guidebook to Nicaragua even better.Surfboard rentals are available at the beach for $10 per day (you pay the ding repairs), and lessons are available ($10 per hour). Updated: Sep 10, 2008. ... Matilda, the owner, has rooms that range from private, with an en-suite bathroom, to small casitas, which resemble large ... Buena Vista Surf Club (ROOMS: $90 a 100) This lodge is owned and operated by a Dutch couple, who built the hotel in aanbsp;...
|Title||:||V!va Travel Guides Nicaragua|
|Author||:||Rachael Hanley, Paula Newton, Nili Larish, Andrea Davoust|
|Publisher||:||Viva Publishing Network - 2010-05|