The SpaceThe property was designed for guests to have optimal views from all guest areas. All bedrooms are equal in size and amenities, which makes the property ideal for friends to enjoy and share.
There is staff on site 24 hrs a day.
Guests are welcome to bring their groceries, however cooking is not allowed. Our cooks will do that for you. You are on vacation to enjoy yourself completely! Guest AccessGuests have use of the house, except the service corridor.
The beach is protected from the ocean by a lava wall, and there are plenty of tide pools to lounge in and explore.
Additional services to ask about include half board and full board options, babysitting, chauffeur, Spanish lessons from qualified teachers. Interaction with GuestsI have had a home in Nicaragua for 10 years. Feel free to ask any questions. If I don't know the answer, I will do my best to find out for you.
el Transito has been a sleepy pueblo until very recently. It is becoming an up and coming destination. The development of the old Leon highway, and being one of the closest beaches to the capital and the airport make it a very attractive tourist destination.
el Transito can be used as a base to tour central and the near north of Nicaragua. The pueblo is 1 hour from Managua, and Leon, and 2 hours from Granada, and the Masatepe region and Chinandega. The NeighborhoodThe area vacaccional (vacation area) has many holiday homes, as well as locals living close to the sea. You'll see locals living their farming and fishing lives. There are neighborhood children out and about. There is a lot of wildlife, as the area is semi rural. From wide varieties of insects to parrots and pelicans, the skies are alive. You never know what kind of wildlife you'll come across. Getting AroundYou can get to el Transito by public bus.
The easiest option is to rent a car. Fortunately, vehicle insurance is for the vehicle. This allows you to rent a car, and hire a driver to take you around if you are uncomfortable driving in the cities, or want to be able to enjoy the scenery and a beer.
I can also help you arrange for driver service, if you mostly want to stay at the beach and have the occasional trip to sight see and shop. Other Things to NoteNicaragua is the second safest country in N. America, after Canada. Normal precautions are expected to be taken.
Generally, Nicaragua is a gay friendly destination. Our little pueblo has a gay bar.