Make a Splash in Nicaragua: A Water Lover’s Paradise

Posted by Gran Pacifica on Sep 23, 2015 2:14:29 PM

Snorkeling

If you're heading to Nicaragua for the chance to make a splash and enjoy the fantastic beaches, you are certainly not alone. As a country nestled between both the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean, Nicaragua has a well-deserved reputation for boasting exceptional water activities for all ages.

Whether you want to experience a serious rush of adrenaline or just soak up the scenery, dive into these top water activities you can enjoy in Nicaragua.

Surfing

Nicaragua is closely associated with surfing, and it is easy to see why when you visit one of the nation's amazing beaches. Whether you’re a beginner or a professional in the country for a championship competition, you will love the many coastlines boasting the perfect combination of wind, tides and breaks off the shore.

While there are countless places to surf in Nicaragua, one of the top spots is the private San Diego Beach at the Gran Pacifica Beach and Golf Resort, which offers more than three miles of picturesque coastline for surfers and onlookers alike.

In Nicaragua, you can easily rent a board or even sign up for affordable lessons if you’re trying out the sport for the first time.

Snorkeling and Scuba Diving

If you want to explore the underwater world of Nicaragua, then snorkeling or scuba diving might be the perfect pastime for you. Snorkeling gear is readily available at many coastal hotels, and scuba diving equipment as well as lessons are commonly found at major beaches.

Although you can find a number of snorkeling and scuba diving destinations packed with coral, bright fish and clear water, one of the best places in the country is the crystal clear water of the Corn Islands.

Fishing

One of the top water activities in Nicaragua promises unending fun, but you don't even have to get wet! You can fish right from the coast, specific fishing beaches or piers, but you can also try your luck offshore.

Chartering a fishing boat for a private day of fishing on the water is very affordable, and you might walk away with freshly caught mackerel, rooster fish or jack fish.

Stand-Up Paddleboarding

The fastest growing sport in the world is stand-up paddbleboarding. Just a few years ago, not many people had heard of this sport, but today it is incredibly popular.

You can rent a paddleboard and an oar at a number of destinations in Nicaragua, and there are countless spots to hit the water right from the beach.

Kayaking

To get away from the beach and discover a pristine, secluded piece of the ocean, kayaking is the ultimate water activity. Not only can you rent individual or couple's kayaks to tour the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, you can kayak right in one of the major lakes that dot the landscape of Nicaragua.

Swimming

The most basic of water activities is often overlooked, but it is a fantastic way to relax, unwind and enjoy the unbeatable atmosphere of Nicaragua. 

At private beaches in resorts such as the Gran Pacifica, you can feel comfortable and safe as you take a dip in the water, build sand castles with your grandchildren or collect seashells from the sandy shoreline.

Whether you’re planning an upcoming move to Nicaragua or you are just spending a week in paradise, there is clearly no shortage of fun water activities that you can enjoy while you're there.

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Gran Pacifica

Written by Gran Pacifica

Gran Pacifica is a master planned community of over 2500 acres and 3.5 miles of Pacific coast line an hour west of Managua in Nicaragua. The company focuses on providing their international and domestic clientele with communities that feature first-rate amenities and infrastructure including underground utilities, paved streets and sidewalks. Gran Pacifica's primary demographic is North American Retirees and vacation homes in Nicaragua owners who enjoy living in a robust beach and golf community.

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