Transfer to and from the airport
Unlimited guided surf and fishing via boat and 4×4
Comfortable shade covered modern boat
Luxury villa accommodations
Pool, Beach, and Resort facilities
Three fantastic meals a day,
plus snacks and drinks
WHAT DOES IT COST?
|People||7 nights||6 nights||5 nights||4 nights|
Please inquire for stays longer than 7 nights.
Prices are based on one roundtrip airport transfer per group – additional transfers are $140-$160)
WHAT ELSE WILL YOU NEED?
Extra money is essential. The nearest ATM machines and banks are a 2/hour return trip so you will want to plan in advance for the funds you will need during your stay. Be sure to bring smaller newish bills such as $5’s, $10’s, and $20’s. Two Brothers does not accept credit cards at the resort.
- Entrance fee at Immigration ($10)
- Additional airport transfers if needed ($140-$160)
- Surf Photography if arranged ($200+)
- Yoga and horseback riding ($10, $35)
- National Park fees to turtle reserve ($5)
- Side trips to non-surf locations ($200/group)
- Beer and Alcohol ($1+)
- Surfboard rentals ($15/day)
- Gratuity (10-15%)
- Bathing suits, board shorts and rash guards
- Lots of good sunscreen
- Beach Towel
- Wet/Dry bag for boat
- Flashlight and camera
- Wetsuit top or spring suit Nov-Mar
- Light rain jacket Aug-Oct
- Personal Meds, epi-pen, toiletries
- Extra Cash and ATM card
Tipping is another thing to bring extra money for. Please keep in mind that it is customary to tip surf guides and the cooking/cleaning staff at the end of the week. Normal and customary gratuity at surf camps in Nicaragua is about 10-15% of your total stay. Typically the housekeeping staff is given $2/day per guest, the chef and kitchen staff a minimum of $5/day per guest, and surf guides $15/day per guest. Your tips will be combined with the tips from all of the other guests and distributed at the end of your stay. If you feel that someone’s service was exceptional you can tip more; if you feel that it wasn’t that great please let us know! Tipping is always up to you. If you do the math, you will figure that you are tipping the chef about $1-2 per meal and tipping the guide about a $1 an hour for his time, which doesn’t seem like much, but is greatly appreciated. Guides work solely off tips and all of our staff are local.