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Don't miss visiting Ometepe Island, made of two joined volcanos. Finca del Sol is an amazing place to stay, with a volcano view from our patio, where we did yoga each morning. The breakfasts are delicious, and the trail lunch sandwiches are made with thick...More
At the base of Maderas volcano, the location is great if you plan to hike. Also close to a bunch of restaurants and a useful corner shop.
Breakfast is additional. Due to the small number of guests staying at any one time Sheri (owner) will...More
We spent three lovely, peaceful nights at Finca del Sol. Sheri and Cristiano were great hosts. I loved sitting and watching the hummingbirds and watching the clouds cover the volcano. I found it hard to read -- the natural beauty was so captivating. Highly recommend.
Simple, serene bungalows on a quiet working farm…
Perfect location, just steps from the water, with many interesting things to do nearby.
Ometepe is definitely not "touristy" (yet), but it is a little pocket that has been discovered by a most interesting, eco, hippie underground...More
We stayed for a week at Finca del Sol and could have easily stayed another. Even in the rain, it was a peaceful, gorgeous place to be together as a family and explore Ometepe. Sheri suggested great things to do with our kids (10, 8...More
The Tarantulas are small and the circumstances they come near the rooms is to get out of the rain. Having said that, the roofs overhang the room to form a 5 ft rain-sheltered area around the rooms. Any right thinking... More
The Tarantulas are small and the circumstances they come near the rooms is to get out of the rain. Having said that, the roofs overhang the room to form a 5 ft rain-sheltered area around the rooms. Any right thinking tarantula would only need to walk under this roof overhang to get out of the rain, Added to that the they would have to crawl under the door if they wanted to get in to the room (there is no food for them in there so they wouldn't be inclined to do that) and the space under the door is very very small. However, it does happen but it is rare.