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Still buzzing with epic memories from this awesome spot. No matter what you are looking to do in the Popoyo area, this mystical and peaceful place feels immersed in the jungle but located near all the sites. The lodging was very serene and safe with...More
Equilibrio is a unique and hidden gem amidst the treasures of Nicaragua...the architectural design is beautiful and thoughtful in more ways than one would expect...and the artistic intention of the owners is palpable...
Here the aim is to create a space for people to find...More
Equlibrio is a hidden gem in Nicaragua. I have been living and traveling in Nicaragua off and on for nearly 20 years and this bit of heaven may very well be the best place I have stayed so far. The rooms ( to use a...More
This was my 4th trip back to Equilibrio as faculty lead for college students on a study abroad service-learning trip. Not only are the grounds and accommodations of Equilibrio absolutely amazing, but the hosts / owners, Gabriela and James, are truly magnificent people who are...More
OK, folks... if you're not the uptight, gotta have it all, snap my fingers and servants rush to fill your needs kinda traveler, have I got a chill place for you! Equilibrio will recharge your battery and fill you with awe. The owners, James and...More
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I would suggest sending a message via their facebook site: Equilibrio Yoga Nicaragua
As far as wave forecast, they are pretty steady in this region. See Surfline for Popoyo Area
I dont remember exactly what the rates for each day was but I think it was about $120. The casitas you are in are great. More like a large studio apartment with your own yard and outdoor relaxing area. If you eat at the... More
I dont remember exactly what the rates for each day was but I think it was about $120. The casitas you are in are great. More like a large studio apartment with your own yard and outdoor relaxing area. If you eat at the resort, it's $15 a meal, I usually had breakfast and dinner. Great food, very fresh. You can borrow a kayak to paddle to the ocean. James can take you on a short hike up the small hill next to the resort. There is a traditional sauna that you can get them heat up. There are lots of trails and hammocks to lay in. Pretty much all the activities on the resort are free. They can bring in a massage therapist or you can go horseback riding. Those are additional costs but very reasonable. Each both about $30. All art supplies are provided. The biggest expense for me was the trip from and to the airport. It was $150 each way. The resort is two hours from Managua and the roads are a little rough but worth it. One of the best trips I've ever taken. Your biggest expenses are going to be simply getting there.