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Redonda Bay Resort Rivas

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Redonda Bay Resort, Pie de Gigante Tola, Rivas Nicaragua
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IsaacCameron hat im Dez. 2019 eine Bewertung geschrieben.
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The houses in Redonda Bay share a gate with the eco-resort Aqua, we stayed in number 8. After passing by the attentive guards, we bumped rather mildly along a mix of unimproved and improved road to the home where the property manager was standing by to greet us with refreshing towels and beverages. The house itself was a five-bedroom, beach-cliff bungalow of hardwood and glass with views for miles. Situated up the hill away from things and perched just feet from a cliff on the Pacific, the home provided a perfect getaway from all the pressures of city life. It however required that you sacrifice nothing, as it came equipped with full size appliances, a well-stocked kitchen, ample dining space, WiFi, and reliable power that did trip a couple of times over the course of the week, but never for more than a few minutes (plenty of bed-side outlets too). As the photos made it out to be, the house was beautiful. The deck was equipped with ample seating that corresponded to the number of people you can comfortably manage in a five-bedroom, four-bathroom home. It also had a refreshing soaking tub, covered hammock space, a small retreat area for getting a massage or meditating, and an outdoor grill that can and should be put to good use if you get a good catch on a fishing excursion. Dining space was equally adequate for a gang. The owners stocked some games and books, but otherwise amenities were limited. With the assistance of the property manager, or if you are capable of a little Spanish, you could easily arrange anything from fishing boats to surf lessons to massages on site. If you grow tired of eating in the peace of a consistent breeze-through in the spacious downstairs, explore one of the many roadside eateries or make some reservations for fine or beach casual dining out in the neighboring community resorts. One tip, if you have a lot of smelly food waste, mind the trash bins. You may be visited by squirrels or raccoons - they are just looking for kitchen scraps and won't cause any harm. They just make a small mess. More than worth the short walk, make your way down to the beach to the North of the property. The sand is soft and white and presents an easy entrance to the cove. Small reefs there serve as home to a smattering of fish. On two trips, I saw several small southern stingrays, spotted eagle rays, and a number of coral dwelling species such as wrasse, angel fish, groupers, boxfish, and triggers, as well as medusas drifting in from open water. Hire a local fishing boat and you'll be on mackerel and tunas within minutes of the shore - pickup available at Playa la Redonda on site. Bring a rash guard if you swim far from the beach - we suffered a few minor jellyfish encounters. At the on-site beach there was evidence of turtles having recently laid eggs, and in addition we had a visit by some howler monkeys right down to the water's edge in the early morning. If what's in the water is not of as much interest to you as what you can do next to it, the Aqua wellness resort does run a small bar that has food, drinks, and coconut water fresh from the nut. A covered area with chairs is there for day use, as is a beach shower. The house had a foot wash in front and outdoor shower around back to rinse off any remaining sand. If it's easy access surf you seek, you need go no further then Playa Amarillo which offers up Waikiki grade rollers over sand, five minutes by car - wipeout with confidence. More aggressive surf abounds all along the coast, but if you came to strictly surf, then you should check local conditions and surf shop info blogs for the latest and best information, surfNSR.com. If surfing leaves you tired just thinking about it, consider boogie boarding or just wading in. If that is too much, there are bars on several of the beaches where you can spectate or just chill. Horseback riding is also a common beach activity in the local area. Birds abound in Central America, and this section of coast is blessed with them in great abundance. Pacific parakeets, squirrel cuckoo, a wide variety of flycatchers, sparrows, shore birds, anhinga, and brown pelicans were among the most easily identifiable. Daily we were entertained by the white-throated magpie-jays that greeted us each morning with their antics as the sun rose. And speaking of sunrises, sunsets, big skies… Our stay, in late November after the rainy season had passed, made for bright, starlit skies. While there was minor light pollution emanating from a not too distant port in San Juan del Sur (that received three cruise ships over the course of the week we were there), there was sufficient darkness to see the Milky Way, especially after moonset. The sun set spectacularly five of seven evenings (afternoon clouds the other days), and the coastline in both directions offered plenty of great beach spots worthy of visiting to take in the view. Of particular beauty was the restaurant terrace at Rancho Santana and the lookout restaurant/bar at Magnific Rock. Stuff that rocked – full-scale modern amenities, quiet atmosphere, beautiful cliff views, easy walk to the beach, sandy surf breaks, good food at fair prices, comfortable furniture indoors and outdoors, and a hardworking local staff. Calm coastline with good fishing and knowledgeable and patient locals ready to support. Nature in abundance. Unknown, but likely good - Probably the 100km of MTB trail that we found out about the day before we left (connected via Playa Gigante just north of Bahia la Redonda). Freediving for Lobster along the local rocky shores and off the local islands - we did the freediving, but we didn't find any lobsters. Stuff that sucked - the local Toña Beer (fortunately there are plenty of good local craft brews, and as there was ice, cold can cover up almost any bad beer anyways), that other people know about this place (but not too many, so the time is right to go now), having not brought my mountain bike, and having to leave. Be advised of the protective security protocols that keep potential paying guests, you, from easily accessing the surf breaks at adjacent properties. You can get around this with lunch or dinner reservations, or with a surf lesson. Sometimes though, the gates are just left open - go. Clarifying that there is no pool, but there is a splash tub that could fit four to six people on the deck with ocean/star views.
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Aufenthaltsdatum: November 2019
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Zimmertipp: You get the whole house, so choose your room! Washer and dryer on site to do your own laundry.
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Häufig gestellte Fragen zu Redonda Bay Resort Rivas
Welche beliebten Sehenswürdigkeiten befinden sich in der Nähe von Redonda Bay Resort Rivas?
Eine Sehenswürdigkeit in der Umgebung ist z. B. Playa Redonda (0,2 km).
Welche Ausstattungen & Services für Unternehmen bietet Redonda Bay Resort Rivas an?
Beliebte angebotene Ausstattungen und Services sind z. B. Pool, Restaurant und Wäscheservice.
Über welche Ausstattungen & Services verfügt Redonda Bay Resort Rivas?
Top-Ausstattungen & -Services der Zimmer sind z. B. Kochnische, Klimaanlage und Kühlschrank.
Welche Essens- und Getränkeoptionen bietet Redonda Bay Resort Rivas an?
Gäste können während ihres Aufenthalts Restaurant genießen.
Welche Restaurants befinden sich in der Nähe von Redonda Bay Resort Rivas?
Günstig gelegene Hotels sind z. B. Pili's Kitchen, Restaurante Casa maderas und Casa Ananas.
Bietet Redonda Bay Resort Rivas Sportgeräte oder Fitnessräume an?
Ja, die Gäste haben während ihres Aufenthalts Zugang zu Pool.