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Bigfoot Hostel in León, Nicaragua

Bigfoot Hostel in León, Nicaragua, is the place to go for a social and adventurous hostel experience.  The centrally-located hostels has everything you need for an enjoyable stay: a bar, cafe, shared kitchen, and comfy beds.  There is also a a pool, a TV with cable, a pool table, and multiple hammocks for lounging throughout the courtyard.  Dormitories and private rooms are available with clean shared bathrooms are all a great value.

Bigfoot’s bar is famous for its sweet, delicious mojitos and the in-house Pure Earth Café offers daily specials such as pizza or lasagna.  Bigfoot pioneered the infamous “volcano boarding” excursion, in which you hike up the imposing Cerro Negro and then rocket down on a wooden board, reaching speeds up to 90 kilometers per hour.  In addition to volcano boarding, Bigfoot offers advice for arranging other local tours and activities.

Bigfoot Hostel is always striving to be more environmentally friendly and beneficial to the local community.  $1 from every stay and $1 from every volcano boarding trip goes to the One Big Change charity, which provides college scholarships to Nicaraguan students, helping to break the cycle of poverty.  So you’ll be supporting charity by staying here; what’s better than that?

Services:

WiFi

Pool

Pool table

TV with cable in courtyard

Shared kitchen

Bar and cafe

Tour information

Daily volcano boarding

Location: Del Banco Procredit 1/2 cuadra al Sur, León

Phone: (505) 8917 8832

Email: bigfootnicaragua@gmail.com

Website: www.bigfootnicaragua.com

Prices:

Dormitory: $6

Private double: $15

This post was sponsored by Bigfoot Hostel.

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About Carrie

Carrie's got the traveling bug and thinks "settling down" is overrated. Too many people to meet, places to see, and languages to learn!

Posted on May 1, 2012, in Travel. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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