Blending the exhilaration of camping with the comforts and services of a beach hotel, Tapas & Surf was created to offer travelers and adventure seekers a deep connection to the land, ocean, cuisine and down-to-earth lifestyle of Nicaragua. Strategically constructed right in front of Nahualapa Bay, a beautiful beach in northern Nicaragua, located 22 miles
A great way to explore Nicaragua is on two wheels, ride across high plains and cruise through charming colonial towns with welcoming locals. Enjoy narrow roads before being challenged with the looming bulk of volcanoes. Whether you just want to enjoy a short trip to the beach to find the perfect relaxing spot or you are
Stand Up Paddling through Las Isletas is the most peaceful and interactive way to experience a place unique only to Nicaragua. You will see stunning views of Mombacho Volcano, native birds, lush vegetation and the occasional rowing of Nicaraguans in their wooden canoes. Besides the howler monkeys, the only other sound you will hear is
Nicaragua has one of the most impressive volcanic chains in Central America. It features more than fifty volcanic cones of which 19 are active. These cones rise off a flat coastal plain, which is just above sea level and makes them even more striking to look at. You may hike them up, sand board them
Among the main reasons for Nicaragua’s awesome position in terms of surfing, is the fact that it is the only country in the world where you can surf all year long thanks to a phenomenon that occurs only in Nicaragua. This phenomenon consists of strong winds on the isthmus of Rivas, between the great Lake
Hola! Some of you love history, some have read the graphic novel ‘’300’’ by Frank Miller, some have seen the movie 300 and some are probably wondering what has the number 300 to do with Nicaragua? Our family of tourism was born in 1992, during a period of innovation and progress for our nation. Such was
The breeze of the sea and the sunny days promise many adventures for the hot summer of Nicaragua. Here is a list of things to see and do in our country: Carpets of Sawdust in León: Visit the City of León, where you will undoubtedly live the religious celebration of Holy Week from first hand.
There are cute, colorful colonial towns. Both León and Granada, the two main towns to see in Nicaragua, are charmingly laid-back with buildings vibrantly painted in pastel hues and sleepy tree-lined central squares. However, if you have time for only one, make sure to visit Granada (picture Cartagena, minus the many tourists). Stay in the