Nicaragua’s Pacific coast stretches 190 miles from the Gulf of Fonseca on the Honduran border all the way down to the beaches south of San Juan del Sur and the Costa Rican border. Strewn with fishing villages and wild beaches fringed by tropical dry forests, it earned its name the Emerald Coast. Fisherman rolling their skiffs in and out of the waves, families foraging for clams on the rocks, farmers trundling by with their carts and oxen, there’s always something to watch.

This coastline was rediscovered by pioneering surfers in the 1970s and is now become a surfers’ paradise. It’s also a wonderful destination for those seeking undiscovered tropical beaches and we offer endless activities.

Get out on the ocean, take a picnic and explore the coast on a catamaran or take a private fishing charter, you may come across dolphins or humpback whales. There are sea turtle nesting spots and nature walks, off-road adventures on horseback and ATVs. Wander through your local village, take a kayak through mangroves, or let us arrange a luxury beach BBQ for you in a secluded cove.

This is a where you go to get away from it all, the ocean is warm year round and there are beautiful beach walks around horseshoe bays with bleached driftwood and warm rock pools and wide open sands with thundering surf breaks. It’s magical first thing in the morning or walking through a Pacific sunset.