Nicaragua, which means “here united with the water,” truly is the land of lakes and volcanoes. With a dramatic and distinct geography created by the thorny spine of volcanoes running from the most Northwestern point to the dual-volcano island of Ometepe, there is adventure and profound beauty just waiting to be discovered in all corners.

Yet to be overrun by tourists, Nicaragua is a place where travelers can enjoy the beauty, nature, and culture at a relaxed pace and in a unique environment. Explore one of the 14 crystal clear crater lakes, enjoy a boat ride and island expedition on the waters of the largest lake in Central America, ride some of the finest surf breaks in the region, rocket down the side of a mountain “volcano-boarding” at Cerro Negro, unwind on the magical island of Ometepe or immerse yourself in the fascinating heritage of the colonial cities of Granada and León. What are you waiting for?

  • Aqua

    Aqua Nicaragua exists within a tropical jungle ecosystem, nestled into the mountains and overlooking the Pacific Ocean. From the handcrafted design of the treetop villas to the aesthetic of the permaculture and sustainable systems, you will feel the care taken to minimize environmental impact and elevate the guest experience. Re-ignite connection with your inner self and the life giving nature that is so abundant here. Read More

  • Yemaya

    A tiny dot on the map of the Caribbean Sea, 43 miles off the eastern coast of Nicaragua lies Little Corn Island. A true Pirates of the Caribbean hideaway with pirate history and a blended culture of Spanish, English and Miskito speaking locals, this crown jewel awaits those who desire something other than a generic vacation hot spot. Read More


Located between Nicaragua and Panama in Central America, Costa Rica (meaning “Rich Coast”) is a country with a population of just over 4.75 million and one of the most visited Central American countries because of its breathtaking beauty, friendly citizens, and reputation as a safe and family-friendly destination. The ‘rich coast’ truly has earned its name and stands apart from its Central American neighbors on the cutting edge of so many trends: surfing, farm-to-table restaurants, and sustainable tourism.

Costa Rica is also one of the world’s most biodiverse countries, with half a million species – from insects to the giant anteaters that devour them. Center yourself on a surfboard or yoga mat, descend into bat-filled caves or ascend misty volcanic peaks, hiking, biking or zip lining.

  • Bodhi Tree

    Blending seamlessly into the natural landscape, the treehouses and grounds of Bodhi Tree Wellness Resort are designed to inspire a feeling of home in harmony with nature. Feast on the breathtaking jungle as you dine al-fresco, wake with the howler monkeys, meditate beside gentle streams, and be serenaded by the symphony of the jungle. Read More

  • Mangroove

    Set amid 15 acres of beachfront mangroves, The Mangroove is an upscale jungle-luxe boutique where South Beach design mixes with Costa Rican atmosphere. Thoughtfully designed rooms include in-suite hammocks or sofas, minibars, and rainfall showers. Amenities are top-notch, including two restaurants, a stunning outdoor spa, a modern fitness center, and an upbeat pool area. Read More



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