The water is cool and clean, nice for a swim but not a must do. It's quite developed, feels like just an outdoor swimming pool really, and drinks Re very expensive.
About Ojo de Agua
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Nice place where you can swim in the cool, clear waters, there are hammocks to relax in and there is a restaurant. $3 entrance.
If you've come this far to get to the island, visit this little oasis. You get a good trip along the roadways, see some countryside, and then get to freshen up here. Rope swing, beautiful water, drinks on the lounge chairs.
So worth the entrance fee of $3 per person. We enjoyed the hospitality and atmosphere. It gave us a perfect break from our normal beach life. The Howler Monkeys were rather friendlier than usual. The tight rope walk was hilarious. The swing was another blast....More
Yeah, it's a must-do for the international backpacking set, so you'll hear plenty of English and other non-Spanish languages. And it's an artificial pool, albeit done rustically. But it's SUCH a refreshing way to cool down and relax among the monkeys. $3US will get you...More
We had not visited the reviews on TripAdvisor prior to visiting the Ojo, we had only read about it in our Footprint Nicaragua book. It is a beautiful man-made pool area, with a rope swing and a tight rope across the water. When we were...More
I loved it here. Very relaxing and they say the water is good for your skin. Who knows? I'm sure the coconut rum cocktails we ordered from the stall by the pool didn't help my skin but definitely helped reduce stress. Access to this facility...More
Ojo de Agua is one of the must do in Ometepe island. It is a very nice pool surrounded by a forest. Enjoy coconut water meanwhile you're in the pool.
A really great place to take a refreshing dip on a hot Nicaragua day. The water is clean and perfect for swimming. There are tables and chairs to sit and have lunch or grab something from the bar. We had a very nice relaxing time...More
Stopped here during a day of touring the island by scooter. It was a great place to relax and take a break from the harsh Nicaraguan sun. Food and drink is available on sight. Tightrope and Tarzan swing are also available, but for the brave....More