Discover a scattering of rustic hilltop bungalows nestled in the jungle where chattering monkeys and colourful parrots reside. This is Nicaragua’s first luxury eco-lodge, a place of seclusion and ultimate relaxation in the heart of a private protected tropical reserve.
15 luxurious wooden bungalows and 3 two-bedroom villas
Ocean-facing restaurant and bar
Farmhouse dining area
Spa and yoga platform
Private beach and cove
Activities include hiking, cycling, farm visits and kayaking
Each room was constructed with the environment in mind, sourcing sustainable wood products from reforestation projects and touching as little of the surrounding nature as possible. The enchanting thatched roofs and private outdoor showers add to these idyllic bungalows. For a more secluded stay, opt for a two-bedroom villa to experience the delights of a private terrace and plunge pool engulfed in luscious greenery and exciting wildlife. Designed to echo nature, the architecture throughout Morgan’s Rock is unique with odes of tropical influences. A pleasing touch is the incorporation of lovely artwork and pottery hand-crafted by local artisans from the village of San Juan de Oriente.
Immerse in a superb gastronomic experience during a stay at Morgan’s Rock. Whether you’re sitting at the farmhouse or with an ocean breeze on your face, prepare for a mouth-watering treat. With almost 60% of its produce sourced from the premises, meals are fresh, healthy and entirely sustainable. Indulge in Nicaraguan dishes, infused with delicious international flavours before relaxing with a refreshing beverage and unrivalled tropical views.
Sustainable design and construction of the lodge through employing local artisans that also utilise sustainably sourced wood
During construction, local communities were respected and there was minimal impact on the surrounding environment. Structures were built without cutting down trees or digging the land
Solar panels heat the bathwater
Methods of tree planting, reforestation, environmental awareness, and education provide significant support towards protecting the area against poaching, deforestation and illegal logging
The Private Reserve represents one of the last sanctuaries of its size and is crucial in conserving regional wildlife habitat along Central America’s Pacific coastline
Why we love it
As the private reserve welcomes two species of endangered turtles year-round, this creates wonderful opportunities to witness the special processes of both nesting and hatching. Observing baby hatchlings scuttle towards the ocean is a truly unforgettable moment.
Planning your experience
Contact our Private Adventures team to find out more about our great accommodation partners and to start planning your own bespoke experience.
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