Nicaragua has surf all year round, with its miles of coastline littered with right points, reefs and quality beach breaks.
Nicaragua has a tropical climate. Just as in the other Central American countries, there are two seasons: the dry and the wet season. During the dry season (January - June) there is virtually no rain and all vegetation tends to dry out. Once the rains come around June, July, everything starts growing . In August and September it often rains once a day. Fortunately, it just rains for a short period of time and these are often spectacular, tropical downpours. The eastern part of the country rains more than in the west. Nicaragua's average temperature can vary depending on which part you are in.
Nicaragua is the largest country in Central America. It borders Honduras in the north and Costa Rica in the south. The population of Nicaragua is approximately 6 million with the main language spoken being Spanish, although native tribes on the eastern coast speak their native languages.
The mixture of cultural traditions has generated substantial diversity in art and literature. Nicaragua is primarily an agricultural country.
Nicaragua surfing offers Solid south swells and some of the best point breaks, reefs and beach breaks along the coast of Central America. Surf in Nicaragua has concentrated in the Southern Pacific Coast, while the Central and Northern Coast are almost unexplored. The near constant offshore winds blow for over 300 days a year with many breaks working on all tides. The biggest swells normally occur from April - October but the rest of the year can pump as well.
The surf here is often good all day due to the offshore conditions so bring plenty of sunscreen and be in a good physical condition. The water temp ranges from 24 - 28 degrees so some good boardies and a rash vest is all you will need.