Nicaragua Surf Report | Photo from October 09, 2017 at 9:14 PM

Javier Baldovinos

Over the early part of this weekend Tola was slammed by Tropical Storm Nate. The combination of high winds torrential rain, high surf and extreme tides left much of the coastal and low elevation parts of Tola with severe flooding. While there was no loss of life, material damage was severe, many people have been left homeless and many households are without basic services of water and electricity. Response from local residents from Guasacate to Iguana in a position to help has been swift and well organized. In the short term on-the-ground teams are working in a coordinated effort to get clean water/water filters, medical assistance, and other basic necessities to where it is needed. In the near term home rebuilding will be a high priority for those who have lost everything. If you are interested helping with the relief effort your financial support is appreciated. please follow instructions to donate by going to the Go Fund Me link below.  Every penny of your financial support will go to local families in the Tola area affected by the storm.  We are overwhelmed by the support so far and want to send a huge thankful shout out to all who have already donated. 


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