Nicaragua is blessed with an abundance of good waves, 330 days of offshore winds, and sunny weather almost all year-round. The surf rarely drops below 2 feet and it can get up to 12 feet from April through October. Tola, Nicaragua has some of the best breaks in the country. There are 2 sizeable developements that have many vacation rentals to
choose from. They are Rancho Santana and Hacienda Iguana. While Rancho Santana seems to be what California was 100yrs ago with rolls hills and panoramic views of the ocean, Iguana resembles what hawaii would have been like with a flat tropical feel with
a wide open beach pretty much in front of the entire resort. Both resorts have incredible homes built to the highest standards and on top of this, rarely is the beach or the surf
crowded, if ever.
There is a wide variety of villa and condo rentals in the area and are also very affordable. If you are looking for a great place to vacation Tola is probably one of the best in Central America. If you are a home owner or property manager and are looking for a cost effective way to advertise your villa, condo or other vacation property rental you can list yours right here at Adventurepads.com absolutely free. It only takes about 5mins to post a property and since adventurepads focuses on sports travelers, you will rent to people looking to surf hard and relax the whole time they are there. We aim to be one of the best free property listing rental sites in the world including the beautiful country of Nicaragua.
If you are looking for a nice place to eat both Hacienda Iguana and Rancho Santana have restaurants and usually no crowds. They are mainly western cuisine but they do introduce some Nicaraguan meals into their menus. If you want to venture out, there is a great little cafe called Maria’s on the way to Popoyo. Its very inexpensive but great food. Just make sure to brush up on your spanish.
Once you are there, and looking to surf or hang out on the beach, there are many
spots to choose from. Iguana has panga drops and colorado breaks right in front of
the resort while Rancho Santana sports as impressive breaks called Los Perros, Santana,
and Playa Rosada. Check out Surfline.com for a beach cam of Santana.
If you need a break from surfing or its just not your thing, you can always play golf at Iguana, snorkel, or just lounge around the beach or many private pools many of the vacation rentals have. It truly is paradise in the lap of luxury.
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