Unique Camping Hut Rentals with Beach Views and Hammocks in NicaraguaManagua, Managua (Nicaragua)
Unique Camping Hut Rentals with Beach Views and Hammocks in Nicaragua
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The rentals also feature a private bathroom and a spacious balcony with lounge chairs and hammocks for glampers to relax and unwind in. There are an electronic safe, solar lights, and a laundry service available too.
There is no electricity in this rental since the glamping site is disconnected from the modern pace and fully connected to the stars and tides. The Pacific Ocean rumble lulls glampers to sleep and bird songs welcome each new day.
These three oceanfront bungalows can hold up to five adults or a family of six (including children), and the rates are as follows:
- 1 person $115+tx
- 2 people $178+tx
- 3 people $240+tx
- 4 people $280+tx
- 5 people $350+tx
To add one child to a reservation with adult(s), it is an extra $25 per night for children from age four to age 12. From ages 13 to 17, it is an extra $35 per night. Children under the age of four are free.
- Linens and pillows
- Safe box
- Private Lounge/Living room
- Dining room
- Fire pit
- Outdoor furniture
The hosts cater according to your special wishes and tastes, offering spaces with thatched palm roofs overlooking the majestic ocean. Hammocks are spread throughout this area and the spacious, open-air ranchos are perfect places to let loose and relax between surf sessions. There are special packages available, that you may inquire about upon reservation.
- All meals
- Laundry service
- Bicycle rental
Location + Surroundings
The site's friendly hosts are committed to maintaining their high standards of sustainable tourism. The community protects four species of endangered sea turtles by relocating their nests to their private hatchery and caring for them until they hatch, and the hosts work to raise awareness and contribute to different initiatives for sea turtle conservation.
Apart from a mobile library to lend children books in local villages, the community surrounding this eco-lodge offers art, cultural and environmental workshops in local schools, and coordinates cooperation projects for education, reforestation, beach clean-up and environmental awareness. The hosts also work to improve the living conditions of the Nicaraguan people by providing them with a stable income, continuous education and a beautiful work environment.
- Water sports
- Horseback riding
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Wildlife watching
The whole community encourages guests to participate in important educational programs and environmental projects. Apart from that, there are plenty of interesting and exciting activities to engage in: excursions to volcanoes, markets and colonial towns, yoga, therapeutic massages, horseback riding, fishing, surf charters, and coastal tours can be organized. The gentle waves are perfect for surf-newbies to practice and learn how to surf.
Surfcasting: Depending on the season, fish like snappers, snooks and parrot fish can be caught right from the shore. For the big snook and the Cabrera snapper, the best time of the year is the rainy season, between June and October. In the dry season, one is very likely to catch needle fish, barracuda or bonita pompano. Guests are more than welcome to bring their fishing gear for surf casting and live bait can be purchased from many local fishermen. You can also hire a local fishermen to catch mullets with a cast net or discover the best spots for surfacasting!
Explore and Discover: there are miles of golden, deserted sandy beaches, tide pools and ocean lagoons. Watch sea turtles as they show during the night, or take a stroll in the wetlands. Pacific of Nicaragua is famous for its biodiversity; typical species range from caimans, iguanas, and black-crab hawks, to coyotes, racoons and white squirrels. Delve deeper into Nicaragua's unique wildlife!
Beach Combing: Enjoy miles of untouched beaches for combing, diving, swimming, surfing and fishing. Small ocean lagoons created at low tide are ideal for snorkeling. Watch and join local fishermen catch lobsters by hand!
Hiking: People in the rural areas of Nicaragua travel by foot, horse or with oxcarts. Numerous trails can be encountered that connect the villages to rivers or coastal forests. The immediate lodge's surroundings are worth discovering: the San Maquado Creek to the basaltic pools, through the riverbed lined with palms, or along a cattle ranch to a sugar cane plantation. Follow these trails to get a taste of the region's authentic lifestyle!
Stone Carvings: Explore ancient archaeological areas such as the bed of the river, which is basaltic lava flow on which ancient civilizations carved different drawings!
More Highlights: Don't forget to visit colonial Granada, the Volcan Masaya in the country's best National Park, the Masaya Market (Nicaragua's largest craft market) and the famous Laguna de Apoyo.
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
Pets are not allowed on this property.