It may seem unlikely. Nicaragua isn’t exactly known for its sandy beaches and natural sense of luxury—but its true. The Residences at Mukul have taken this natural beauty of the Nicaraguan coast and created an oasis perfect for anyone looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and live in a tropical paradise.
The $250 million, 1,670 acre low density, private beach community is a four mile sweep of the Pacific Ocean’s “Emerald Coast”. Located in the Rivas department of the country, the resort development fronts two spectacular beaches, and is only a two hour drive from Managua International Airport. The community is also home to Mukul Auberge Resorts, a private collection of boutique rooms, 37 in total, that opened in 2013.
28 villas are also now available in the Verdemar neighborhood, with an additional 72 condominiums available in the neighboring area of Las Terrazas. The resort also featured luxury villas available in Antal, another nearby neighborhood. Guacalito residential owners have access to the Tres Ceibas members beach club, restaurant and bar, 12 miles of hiking biking trails, outdoor yoga pavilion in the rain forest, access to zip lining and water sports from surfing to deep-sea fishing.
For all those looking to cut ties with places like Los Cabos, Miami, and the Caribbean luxury outposts to get really off the grid, this Nicaraguan sanctuary can be your next permanent escape route.