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Nicaragua is an amazing country to both reside and vacation in, not only are we rich in culture we also are accented with beautiful sceneries and surrounded with kind, friendly people.

Our company stands by the belief that out of all Central American countries Real Estate investment opportunities in Nicaragua are superb in every aspect. For a more in depth look at Real Estate investment opportunities please be sure to visit our San Juan del Sur homepage www.aurorabeachfront.com. here you will find a complete Nicaraguan property listing, territory purchases at low cost, tourism updates, news to date, travel information as well as our blog.

Surfing is a surface water sport in which the participant is carried along the face of a breaking wave, most commonly using a surfboard, although wave-riders may make use of kneeboards, body boards (aka boogie boards), kayaks, surf skis, and their own bodies. Surfing-related sports such as paddleboarding and sea kayaking do not require waves, and other derivative sports such as kitesurfing and windsurfing rely primarily on wind for power, yet all of these tools may as well be used to ride waves.

Two major subdivisions within contemporary stand-up surfing are reflected by the differences in surfboard design and riding style of longboarding and shortboarding.

In tow-in surfing (most often, but not exclusively, associated with big wave surfing), a surfer is towed into the wave by a motorized water vehicle, such as a jetski, generally because standard paddling is often ineffective when trying to match a large wave’s higher speed.

Origin.

According to the website for a commercial documentary surfing was a central part of ancient Polynesian culture, and the chief was the most skilled wave rider in the community with the best board made from the best tree. Moreover, the ruling class had the best beaches and the best boards, and commoners were not allowed on the same beaches, but they could gain prestige by their ability to ride the surf on their extremely heavy boards.According to the same website, surfing permeated ancient Polynesian society, including religion and myth, and Polynesian chiefs would demonstrate and confirm their authority by the skills they displayed in the surf.

The art of surfing was first observed by Europeans in 1767, by the crewmembers of the Dolphin at Tahiti. Later, Lieutenant James King, wrote about the art when completing the journals of Captain James Cook upon Cook’s death in 1779.

Why Surf in Nicaragua?

Nicaragua Surf propertyNicaragua is a swell magnet, with solid South swells and some of the best point breaks, rock reefs and beach breaks in Central America.

Nicaragua features some of the best surf spots in the Pacific and still remains largely unknown to most of the surfing community. The long surf season spans 9 months from March to November and makes for an endless summer.

Lake Nicaragua, the largest lake in Central America, is only a few miles inland, and causes the wind to blow offshore pretty much year-round. The offshore winds groom the swells into clean hollow lines and perfect shaped barrels daily.

Yankee Beach

Yankee is a white-sand beach 9 kilometers south of San Juan del Sur. It is a fast perfect left point break with hollow barrels when conditions are right. With good swell direction it can hold up to 8 foot waves, best at mid to high tide.

The view from on top of Yankee are epic! We are offering 1/4 acre build-ready fully serviced lots with spectacular views of the break, sweeping vistas of Costa Rica to the south and Nicaragua’s breathtaking sunsets 365 days a year.

Lots start at $65,000!

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To look at a more complete list of Nicaraguan surf properties click here

Escameca Beach

Escameca beach is located 11 kilometers south of San Juan del Sur. It is a small to medium sized fun beach break that has both lefts and rights. The wave here is relatively unknown and often time empty.

The spacious homesites are nestled among shade trees on a hillside that ascends gently upward from over 600 meters of sandy beach and majestic rocky bluff. The lots all have amazing access to the break and jaw-dropping views of the Pacific.

Lots overlooking Escameca start at $80,000.

Click here for a more complete list of Surf Properties or Contact Us for more info about our Real Estate Surf Properties in Escameca beach.

Nicaragua Surf property Nicaragua’s best surf breaks are concentrated in one area along its Southern Pacific coastline. Here you will find all kind of surf breaks ranging from fun, classic point breaks to hollow, A-frame beach break or ruler-edged, tubing, inner rock reefs. There are surf breaks here which work on all tides, high, mid and low. Plan on getting in 2-3 sessions a day.

Nicaragua is considered a water paradise and a surfer’s dream, but it also has incredible fishing, hiking, and wildlife.

Besides surfing and relaxing, you can explore the numerous lakes, lagoons, rainforests and colonial towns.

Nicaragua also has an amazing culture, the people are incredibly friendly and you can wander into town during the day or at night to hang out with the locals.

Year-round surf, warm waters, stunning landscape, a rich history and friendly local culture are just a few of the charms that await you in Nicaragua.


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