Morgan’s Rock Hacienda & Ecolodge, consisting of 15 deluxe bungalows made of wood and hand-cut stone on a forested hill, sloping down toward the ocean, paves the way to an authentic experience with nature. It is part of the green movement that includes an extensive tree conservation and reforestation projects that reach over 1,800 hectares along the Pacific Ocean.
The Ecolodge includes an 800 hectare nature reserve of tropical forest, a seasonal sanctuary for many types of animals, an animal farm, and 1000 hectares of reforesting tree-farms specializing in native tropical species. Morgan’s Rock is more than a luxury hotel; it’s a concept unto itself, a project of nature conservation, community development and reforestation that aims to be a model for eco-tourism in Nicaragua and Central America.
Arriving to the bungalows means crossing a stunning 110-meter suspension bridge over a forested canyon. The peaceful forest adds indispensable privacy to each unit. All bungalows feature one king size bed, a comfortable queen size sofa bed and a private deck equipped with a hanging bed on which you can spend hours reading or enjoying the surrounding nature.