Marlindo Resort is located just a couple of minutes from the beach with stunning views. It has 15 breaks within 20 minutes from the resort. With a maximum of 8 guests this is a very personalized experience of everything Nicaragua is famous for.
Prices from $1550 USD for 8 days/7nights
Marlindo Resort is also home to the nicest boat in the area, and work with a lot of pro surfers coming down to surf the outer reefs, so surf guide wise they are super dialed. The owner Jeff is very well Known in Nicargua for his fishing and culinary skills.. (professional, classically trained chef). There is no one in Nicaragua with more experience or stronger offerings across the board than Marlindo Resort.
They are currently working out of a beautiful 2 bedroom 2 bath two story house, with a brand new 5 room resort due for completion in Feb. This resort is complete with ac wi fi hot water and a huge kitchen and dining area, new beds and all the mod-cons.
Although every group’s itinerary is a little bit different, the following are typically part of every package we create.
One round trip airport transfer for your group
Exclusive use of our two story two bedroom two bathroom private house including new beds, AC, hot water, WI FI, large kitchen and bar area etc.
At least 3 specially prepared, healthy meals per day plus happy hour appetizers and desserts
Snacks, soft drinks, Flor de Caña Rum, Toña Beer, & Gatorade
Daily surf and local tour excursions within Tola area
Experienced, English speaking guides with transport via a new Toyota Hi-Lux 4WD truck
Conditions permitting, 3 ..1/2 day boat trips are included in all 8 day packages.
“Check in” is 1PM. “Check out” is 10AM on your last day.
Airline fare, baggage or other transportation to and from Nicaragua
Additional airport pick-ups are $145 USD per group of 1-4.
Staff Gratuities 10% is standard per guest
For the boating portion of the vacation we include 3 …1/2 day boat trips for surfing fishing or both for all 8 day packages…
7 and 6 day packages are 2 ..1/2 day boat trips included
5 day package includes one 1/2 day boat trip.
If you’re an avid surfer you’ve likely heard about the wide range of world class surf spots that Nicaragua has to offer. Nicaragua’s coastline hosts a myriad of surf spots with a wide range of conditions; some perfect for novice surfers, others a little more intense and geared towards intermediate level, and still others that are a favorite of experienced surfers all the way to the top pros. Ranging from soft and playful whitewater setups perfect for those who are just learning, to hollow beach breaks, picture-perfect reefs, point breaks and crazy slabs. Nicaragua commands attention in the waves department for sure! With an average of 300 good surfing days a year, offshore winds generated by Lake Nicaragua just to the east of the resort, make it one of the few places in the world that offers up consistent epic conditions no matter when you visit. Much has been said and written about Nicaragua’s waves in surf and fishing magazines, to online sites and blogs from all over the globe. We think it’s time you find out for yourself. Let our professional guides at Marlindo Resort show you all the great waves and surf spots Nicaragua has to offer! We guarantee you won’t be disappointed. Our new resort facilities may have just arrived, but we “went native” more than 10 years ago, and you won’t find a better guide to this beautiful country and its’ amazing surf locations anywhere, at any price.
The fishing in Nicaragua can be described as world class. In the past several years international sport fishing magazines such as Marlin Magazine, and Salt Water Sportsman have sent journalists and photographers down here to document the great fishery that exists. This international attention has resulted in several articles being written in the above mentioned magazines and also cover shots for issues of both Pacific Coast Sport Fishing Magazine and Australia’s Blue Water Magazine.
Jeff is a true fisherman, but his passion for the fun and excitement of it is also tempered with wisdom. He explains; “Having grown up with an expert hunter and fisherman for a Grandfather and an uncle who served in the U.S. Coast Guard before he owned his own marina, I was educated from an early age on the importance of boating safety first and foremost.” Tome gets serious for a moment as he continues. “Safety is the primary objective. Everything else after that is just a bonus. Making sure our guests thoroughly enjoy themselves but also get home safely is a prime directive for all of us at Marlindo Resort.”