nicaragua Libre | Informal Campsite

Nicaragua

Details

Verified:
about 3 years ago
Altitude:
237.0 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
josereynoso.r

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - Not at Sites
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
Yes
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
Warm
Water:
Non-Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Description

this is a community project the is managed by local nicas. They offer excursions by horse to different lagoons near the volcano, cacao and coffee plantation tours and chocolate making classes. profits go to the local community. that being said, the have rural lodging options and meals for an affordable price. rigs are welcomed, maybe tricky for bigger sized rigs but possible for sure.

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we honestly picked this place because it was near the highway and it said it had a shower. In the evening after we flushed the toilet two times they ran out of water. Apparently they didn’t have any in their guest hotel tank!

Due to being forcefully offered/given things you don’t want expect to pay $40-50 USD for two people dwelling in a vehicle overnight.

High clearance required.

PS- the place made us uncomfortable but our experience may not be the same as yours.

Also, water stopped

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Nice quiet night here in the woods. Family are friendly, dogs too. We didn't try the rooms because we have an RV. Access was difficult (road very narrow, branches touching) and area to park not level.

We spent 1.5 hours the next day making chocolate and received samples to take away. Was nice.

Rates:
-Chocolate : we paid 25$ for 2 adults and our daughter
-Horse : 2 hours = 20$ per head (we didn't do it)
-Parking per night (no facilities, no security although felt safe) 10$. We told we found it expensive and ended up paying 5.

Overall pleasant although a bit pricey.

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very good place. very friendly, great family. very interesting cacao tour. we recommend it...5$ the night for parking, 10$ p adult and 6$ children

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A must place to see !
Here, you can do many things :
- 10min (with car) to the parking of Mombacho visitor center.
- Hikking horse
- Visit a little and nice rural farm
- Bed for only 8$ and 10$ with your campervan. Quiet place !
- Hammacs, table under a terrasse
- A rural community very very nice. Donald and his family are very welcoming. And with him, you can made your chocolate ! Great experience to do.

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Wow what a great place. We chose to spend the night here having dinner at the rooms and breakfast in the families house.
Donald came by the night before and chatted to us all about the community project and how these little farms all work together to help each other out.
The morning was a local drink of fruit juices called Chicha and a bunch of fruits, bread and locally made honey.
After we did a little tour of the farm where his small daughter helped show us around, got us some chairs and helped peel the toasted cacao.
After we roasted the cacao beans and a made chocolate from scratch including cacao from their farm and milk from a neighbors cow.
It was amazing.
The family who made us breakfast and got our room ready was incredibly nice and loved having people over.
All was in Spanish, however mine is still in the early learning stages and I understood everything they sloooooowly explained.
Well worth the visit.
$8/person per night. You could stay in your van thou that's not really the point here.
Rooms are massive, running water. No wifi. $5 breakfast. $6 dinner. $10 for the farm tour and making chocolate. AMAZING!

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this is a community project the is managed by local nicas. They offer excursions by horse to different lagoons near the volcano, cacao and coffee plantation tours and chocolate making classes. profits go to the local community. that being said, the have rural lodging options and meals for an affordable price. rigs are welcomed, maybe tricky for bigger sized rigs but possible for sure.

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