Surf & Volunteer in El Transito
Experience surf travel done differently. Surf great waves while interacting with the local customs, history, and the environmental issues as a volunteer.
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Nicaragua has waves for all levels: world-class reef barrels to mellow beach breaks. Due to lake Nicaragua, the country experiences 300+ days of offshore wind that create desirable surf conditions (waves are smoother and less choppy), not to mention warm water and air year-round.
The weather here ranges from the high 80’s- low 90’s °F (~27-33°C), with the water in the low 80’s °F (~27°C) year round.
Something very hard to find...great mix of waves, awesome food, nice rooms, and you get to hang and learn from some of the best surfers around. There are no crowds no commercialism...Thanks for everything!
The surfing spots and opportunities are plentiful; there are three great breaks within walking distance and if the wind isn't cooperating, they can drive you to a better spot.
Staying in El Transit, you feel so far removed from the rest of the world with the most consistent break in the whole country, all to yourself. The staff is amazing and will go out of their way to accommodate you in any way
We had such a blast these last two weeks hanging out at ETCA and getting to know some of the kids and youth and the ladies that work there.
Couldn't say enough about this place: beautiful beach, spotless facilities, and the best food you'll eat in Nicaragua, top it all off with fun, attentive, knowledgeable owners and an always smiling and helpful support staff. You will absolutely regret coming here-you'll never want to leave and nowhere else you go will be as good!!
I had an amazing time at ETCA playing with and getting to know the kids of the community. Lots of "ping pong", laughs, spanglish conversations, and on the last day we made bracelets!