Emerald Coast, Nicaragua

  • An authentic destination for surfers, featuring two of the most famous surf breaks - the Colorado and Popoyo - not to mention endless tumbling surf for all levels from beginner to expert to experience.
  • This expansive getaway remains an off-the-beaten-path retreat, a favorite of savvy travelers.
  • Seemingly endless picturesque jungles offering a bevy of adventurous outdoor activities. 
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A Latin Perch on the Pacific

Pack your bags for Central America. Mukul Beach, Golf & Spa is the country's first five-star hotel and a genuine institution on Nicaragua's shimmering Emerald Coast. You know you're in good hands when the hotelier behind the resort belongs to five generations of a family that can also lay claim to the Caribbean Pacific Transit Company and the origins and fame of Flor de Caña Rum. Immerse yourself in world-class surfing, yoga, massage, golf and on-site dining. The options at Mukul are truly endless, but in the rare event that you choose to leave the grounds, you're an easy day trip to many of the country's colonial charms and scenic overlooks.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested Airport
    Costa Esmeralda International Airport (ECI) or Daniel Oduber Quirós International Airport (LIR)
  • Capital
    Managua
  • Official Language
    Spanish
  • Currency
    Nicaraguan Córdoba
  • Fiesta Day
    August 1

Fresh Things to Do

Featured Activity


  • Exploring the Colonial City of Granada

    Located on the shores of Lake Nicaragua, Granada is one of the oldest cities in the region. Home of the first notable Spanish settlement in the country, historical and architectural wonders abound.

    Iglesia de La Merced. Notably one of the most beautiful churches in the city, the Iglesia de La Merced is a historic landmark dating back to 1528. Breathtaking views of the city center await you at the top of the church's bell tower.

    Islets of Granada. Huge volcanic boulders make up the 365 small islands known as Islets of Granada. A private boat tour is the best way to see the islets, which vary in size and have their own unique appeal.

    Mombacho Volcano Nature Reserve. Ascend this famous volcano on foot as your expert guide identifies rare plants and wildlife. Next, enjoy panoramic views of Granada as you zip line over rainforests and coffee plantations.

    Parque Central. Located at the heart of the city, Parque Central embodies Granada's rich heritage. Admire the colorful colonial buildings, charming shops and traditional Nicaraguan fare.

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Travel Tips

Weather


  • Forecasting Your Emerald Coast Vacation

    The tropical climate and position on the Pacific Coast create warm conditions for your vacation in Nicaragua. Temperatures vary between 72 degrees at night and 86 degrees in the daylight hours. May is known as the hottest month and January through June marks the dry season. You'll see the most vegetation from July onward.

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Map of Emerald Coast, Nicaragua

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