Soma Surf ResortSurfcamp in Popoyo
Two Bothers is located looking over the infamous surf breaks of Popoyo. Stay in your own Villa for little more than the cost of a hotel! Exotic architecture, beautiful pool, astonishing views, surf board rentals and private boat! The resort overlooks the blue waters of the Pacific Coast of Nicaragua and the surf community of Playa Guasacate (Popoyo).
Two Brothers Surf Resort is located on a large private estate comprised of coastal hills that stretch out toward the Pacific and plunge toward fertile green valleys still used for ranching. According to local villagers, this land was used for years to grow frijoles or beans, a constant staple of the Nicaraguan diet. Enjoy spectacular views from every angle of Two Brothers including sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean, endless mountain ranges, tropical forests, native salt flats, ancient volcanoes and the not-so-distant shores of Costa Rica.
They currently offer 4 self-catering villas with gardens and private terraces. Villas are decorated with artifacts collected from years of surf travels all over the world, hand-carved Indonesian temple doors and archways, authentic, locally-crafted Granada floor tiles, and hand-crafted Mexican ceramic sinks. You can also enjoy the Gaudi-inspired pool.
Two Brothers Surf Resort is owned and operated by Robert and Susan Gregory in the true spirit of minimal impact tourism, promoting conservation and sustainability. They intend to keep their resort intimate, reserved only for a limited amount of guests, lessening our impact on the environment (and keeping the surf line-up minimal!) Their goal is to plant, preserve and provide for the wildlife and habitat on the mountain, while creating beautiful architecture that does not draw away from the natural beauty of the land.
Nicaragua is one of the few surfing locations in Latin America to enjoy ideal surfing conditions virtually year round!
Surfers have greatly benefited from the dramatic Nicaraguan topography and volcanic geography, which yield beautiful beaches and challenging breaks during all seasons. Nicaragua, known as the Land of Lakes and Volcanoes, is home to more than seven active volcanoes, which over the years have provided the southern Pacific beaches with dramatic rock cliffs, numerous coves, velvety sand, and numerous reef breaks. They have offshore winds nearly all year! Nicaragua’s unique shape, combined with the large inland lake, create ideal conditions allowing for a smooth passage of the northeast tradewinds blowing across Nicaragua from the Caribbean. This results in consistent off-shore winds nearly year round along the South Pacific Coast, making conditions ideal for consistent surf.