Want to live the California Dream of becoming a surfer or focus on advancing your surfing at a surf school or camp?
We'll help you progress faster and surf better.
Professional instruction guaranteed to have you surfing.
Personalized surf coaching.
Perfect California waves for learning and advancing your skills.
Free board rental!
What to bring?
Wetsuit, towel, water, reef-safe sunscreen.
Lunch, snacks, reef-safe sunscreen, wetsuit, water, sweatshirt, change of clothes, hat, towel, and a boogie board if you have one.
Frequently Asked Questions
Surf in Nicaragua
Can I bring someone?
Yes, you can. Bring another surfer and receive %15 percent off your trip. We have special rates for groups of four or more and non-surfing companions available. Contact us for more details.
Are there age requirements?
I've never surfed. Is Liquid Sessions Surf for me?
Yes, it is, and congratulations on deciding to try something new and exciting! Sometimes the most challenging part is just starting. Some of our clients have never seen the ocean before. Others have had a bad experience in the water before. Liquid Sessions Surf curriculum was created specifically for beginner and intermediate surfers to learn, progress, and build their confidence in and out of the water.
How do the shared rooms work?
You have the choice of sharing a studio apartment with one to three other Liquid Sessions guests or paying extra for a private room. Dorms sleep four and do not have air conditioning.
Should I bring my own board?
How much cash should I bring?
There is also a small gift shop and a couple of restaurants in the area. The closest ATM is over 30 minutes away, so bring money. Any extra charges you may incur, such as drinks, massages, horseback riding, hot springs tours, etc. will be billed to your room. Payment at check out by cash or card is accepted.
How does airport transportation work?
Fly into Airport Costa Esmeralda and Liquid Sessions will pick you up for free! Fly into Managua and it costs approximately $60 to $80 each way. If other Liquid Sessions guests are traveling on the same days, we can arrange for a cost-saving shuttle.
We do not recommend flying into Costa Rica and crossing the border yourself unless you use a shuttle service, fly over, or are an experienced traveler. The border is a little difficult for first-time border crossers and inexperienced travelers.
Is Nicaragua safe?
Yes! Statistically, Nicaragua is the poorest of money-wealthy countries in Central America, but it is rich in life. It is the third safest Central American country, according to Tour Radar. Despite Nicaragua's political and civil ups and downs over the years, the beaches and surf destinations remain untouched and beautiful. Nicaragua's natural beauty, combined with its friendly people, will have you relaxing in no time.
Do I need a passport?
**Please check regarding requirement from your country/location.