Car Rental

Car / Boat Rental

When traveling within Nicaragua, the best way to get around is travelling by car. It is relatively inexpensive to rent,car rental companies simply require a driver’s license, a major credit card and some would require the driver to be at least 25 years old.

The rate for a classic sedan starts at around US$25/day and a four wheel drive can be anywhere from US$35 to US$120 per day, depending on the model. These rates often include mandatory insurance and taxes.

For surf trips most destinations are easily accessible by light boat the locals call panga. Boat rentals are readily available at hotels and surf camps all over the coast. Prices vary and it is often cheaper to rent with a few friends to share the expenses. Renting privately often starts at US$50 per person, additional charges can also apply depending on the time and location of your boat trip.

Car / Boat Rental

When traveling within Nicaragua, the best way to get around is travelling by car. It is relatively inexpensive to rent,car rental companies simply require a driver’s license, a major credit card and some would require the driver to be at least 25 years old.

The rate for a classic sedan starts at around US$25/day and a four wheel drive can be anywhere from US$35 to US$120 per day, depending on the model. These rates often include mandatory insurance and taxes.

For surf trips most destinations are easily accessible by light boat the locals call panga. Boat rentals are readily available at hotels and surf camps all over the coast. Prices vary and it is often cheaper to rent with a few friends to share the expenses. Renting privately often starts at US$50 per person, additional charges can also apply depending on the time and location of your boat trip.