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Discover the Emerald Coast - Nicaragua's Playground

When visiting Nicaragua's Emerald Coast, be prepared to set out for daily adventures in the great outdoors. As one of the premier luxury destinations in Central America, Nicaragua showcases pristine beaches made for epic surfing, erupting volcanoes and colonial architecture worth photographing. Whether you are looking to dip your toes in the powdery sand, catch some of the best point breaks, or take a day trip to visit an active volcano, there's truly something for everyone. Savor the Nicaraguan cuisine, talk to the locals and breathe in the fresh sea air along the Pacific. Get off the beaten track and venture out to the mountains or into the wild rainforests. Try volcano boarding or cave diving, or simply be a beach bum. With so many things to do in Nicaragua, the possibilities are endless. Find your next adventure within moments.

Popoyo Beach

Home to one of the most famed waves in Nicaragua, Playa Popoyo offers surfers and paddle boarders a place to have some fun. Explore the dramatic rock formations, try your hand at fishing, or rent a board to catch some good vibrations in Popoyo.

Masaya Volcano

Nicaragua's easternmost volcano is one of the country's most active and usual, showcasing a bright orange glow from above resembling open flames. The bubbling lava creates an awe-inspiring sight worth venturing out to see.


Take a day trip to the city of Granada, one of the most historic and most visited destinations in Nicaragua. Go ziplining at the Mombacho Volcano, visit Iglesia La Merced, or go for a city tour to learn all about the local Nicarguan culture. 

Isla Ometepe

Escape to the island of two hills for its relaxing beaches, majestic volcanoes, and adventurous things to do.  Hop on a ferry and arrive on the island where you will enjoy hiking, fishing, water sports, and delicious cuisine indigenous to Central America.

Cerro Negro Volcano

Experience this stunning, active volcano by seeing it up close. As one of Nicaragua's youngest, it is also the most unique with its steep slopes and empty vegetation. Hike up to the top and take in the rugged natural beauty as you can get perfect 360-degree views of the area.