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Equilibrio is set up mainly to receive retreat groups, and I was here in February as part of a yoga retreat. I was expecting this simply to be the background to my yoga experience - but it was so much more.
Equilibrio is the unique...More
My girlfriend and I spent 4 days here on a yoga retreat and had the best time.
The food was outstanding, especially the breakfast which has healthy but hearty and delicious.
Our room was amazing too: an enormous hut set on its own plot of...More
My wife and I spent a long weekend filled with wonder, relaxation and adventure. Bird watching from a boat/kayak along the river, walking on the beach at sunset, or just swinging on the hammock in our private palapa. All was good. Don't forget to take...More
Please excuse the delayed review! We visited Equilibrio in July. We had an amazing 5 nights stay. James and Gabriela are truly wonderful down to earth hosts. Our room was very comfortable and we loved the yummy breakfasts and fresh juice every morning! We can't...More
I spent over a month at the beautiful Equilibrio resort and I had the most amazing time at this peaceful sanctuary. It has been such a pleasure getting to know the owners Gabriela and James as they continue to push towards improving their services. It’s...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.
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