Spend your days at the beach learning the secrets of the surf, release the tension in your overworked muscles with a yoga lesson, enjoy a cocktail by the pool, get lost in a book while the sun warms your skin in one of the relaxing hammocks or explore Nicaragua’s vibrant culture, just minutes from the resort. However your vacation, you’ll find your dream vacation at Dreamsea Surf Camp.
Immerse yourself in the wonderful world of real glamping at Dreamsea Nicaragua. All of the bamboo cabanas are designed to offer you an idyllic experience that you will surround you with comfort, glamour and charm. Guests can choose between both private and shared cabana tents.
In the restaurant, you’ll find homemade dishes cooked with love. The restaurant is nestled within an amazing 3 story bamboo and palapa construction, where the chefs are continuously innovating the menus. Here you’ll find fresh ingredients from the local farms and markets.
Whether you’ve been surfing all day and your body is in need of fuel for your next lesson or you enjoy great culinary experiences, with vegan and vegetarian options always available, there’s a seat at the table waiting for you!
Enjoy a cocktail, or two at the poolside Tiki Bar! there is an incredible variety of exotic cocktails and delicious snacks that’ll make your taste buds dance. You’ll be begging for the recipes to take home with you! Don’t drink alcohol? Rejuvenate and replenish with one of the freshly squeezed fruit juices and smoothies. Made fresh daily!
No matter your skill level, the surfing in San Juan Del Sur will make your surfing experience unforgettable! In the last few years, Nicaragua has become a better-known surf destination worldwide. With an average of 300+ days of offshore winds annually, the surfing in Nicaragua remains optimal all day long. San Juan Del Sur’s beaches are a great place for all levels of surfers.
Playa Maderas is the most popular and easily accessible surfing beach, close to Dreamsea Surf Resort. It is a location where both beginners and experts can find great waves, with tides being the main deciding factor of when to paddle out.