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* From [[Granada_(Nicaragua)|Granada]]
 
* From [[Granada_(Nicaragua)|Granada]]
* From [[San Juan Del Sur]]
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* From [[San Juan del Sur]]
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* From [[Isla de Ometepe]]
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* From the border with [[Costa Rica]]
  
 
==Get around==
 
==Get around==
  
 
==See==
 
==See==
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Museo de antropologia<BR>
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isla de ometepe<BR>
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lugares historicos<BR>
  
 
==Do==
 
==Do==
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go the discoteques bars, go to the beaches for surfing, study/learn/study spanish, visit lagoons, beaches, parks, museum, islands..other places
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===surfing===
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Rivas beaches enjoy almost daily offshore winds coming from Lake Nicaragua. As a result the beaches are ranging from hollow beach breaks to incredible point breaks, fit for all ability levels. Thanks to surf and eco-tourism in the area, large developments like Rancho Santana have land-grabbing expats and entrepreneurs excited. The many surf camps and smaller resorts attract a variety of travelers world-wide. This surge can be attributed to the many articles that have been published in recent years in surfing magazines and lifestyle magazines like GQ, and the fact that Costa Rica's once untamed coasts have been developed to the point of exhaustion.
  
 
==Buy==
 
==Buy==
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==Contact==
 
==Contact==
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www.rivasspanishschool.com
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spanishschoolrivas@gmail.com
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www.nicaraguaspanishlanguage.com
  
 
==Get out==
 
==Get out==

Revision as of 15:26, 30 January 2012

Rivas is a city in the Southern Pacific Coast of Nicaragua.

Contents

Understand

Get in

Get around

See

Museo de antropologia
isla de ometepe
lugares historicos

Do

go the discoteques bars, go to the beaches for surfing, study/learn/study spanish, visit lagoons, beaches, parks, museum, islands..other places

surfing

Rivas beaches enjoy almost daily offshore winds coming from Lake Nicaragua. As a result the beaches are ranging from hollow beach breaks to incredible point breaks, fit for all ability levels. Thanks to surf and eco-tourism in the area, large developments like Rancho Santana have land-grabbing expats and entrepreneurs excited. The many surf camps and smaller resorts attract a variety of travelers world-wide. This surge can be attributed to the many articles that have been published in recent years in surfing magazines and lifestyle magazines like GQ, and the fact that Costa Rica's once untamed coasts have been developed to the point of exhaustion.

Buy

Eat

Drink

Sleep

Contact

www.rivasspanishschool.com

spanishschoolrivas@gmail.com

www.nicaraguaspanishlanguage.com

Get out



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