Two Brothers Surf Resort :: THE SURF

"Nicaragua is Central America’s largest, least densely populated country and arguably the safest and most pristine. With hollow beach breaks, rocky A-frames, playful river mouths, and big-wave outer reefs, Nicaragua is a surfer’s Shangri-la."

-Kyla Langen, Transworld Surf

"The variety of surf crammed into Nicaragua’s southern stretch of coast is absolutely mind-boggling. With near constant offshore winds from sun-up to sundown, it really becomes a matter of what you feel like surfing that day."

-Daniel Franks, Surfer’s Path

Two Brothers is situated in the center of Popoyo where guests have easy access to well over a dozen breaks. The Popoyo area has waves all year. Beginning in March, the surf is consistently head high and over, with strong offshore winds. It is advised to bring a spring suit or top during the Spring months. From April through September, the larger southerly swells come through and the winds die down to make smoother conditions all day long.

There are offshore winds just about every day all day except for the month of October. November and December are pleasant months in Nicaragua with everything lush and green. With light offshore winds, swells can be from head high to triple overhead just about any month of the year.

This is truly a ‘land of plenty’ where waves are pumping and the winds are offshore 90% of the time.

The air temperature is warm year round, making for a tropical adventure in an endless summer.

The surf is typically shoulder to head high. There are 12+ quality breaks in the area and there is usually something fun for most skill levels. With the exception of powerful, “overhead plus swells and “pros only” days at the Outer Reef, most surfers ride their “everyday” board and bring a back-up that is a little bigger just in case. However, Two Brothers has a large selection of rental boards at your disposal should you decide not to hassle with board fees or packing your own. See: