All the bungalows face west, meaning you can admire dramatic sunsets that disappear into the vast Pacific Ocean at Morgan’s Rock Eco Lodge. The surrounding forest adds indispensable privacy and peace to each beach shack bungalow. Most bungalows sit on a cliff overlooking the private bay and estuary. While they have been soundly designed to offer shelter from rain, sun or wind, each bungalow breathes in nature. And you will too.
Set on a beautiful sweeping tropical bay, Morgan’s Rock is part of a green movement that encompasses extensive tree conservation and reforestation projects that reach over 1,800 hectares along the Pacific. Here you get right up close to the jungle and nature, think tropical rainforest at every turn buzzing with native animals such as the capuchin monkey, deer and howler. This place will make you feel alive. Enjoy a sunset walk across the beach and up the northern coastal hill taking in the stunning views of the sun as it sinks below the horizon across the endless Pacific Ocean. Or explore further afield with a day trip to Ompete Island or the cloud forest surrounding Mombacho volcano.
…Or should we say, your very own private bungalow. To get to it, you’ll be wowed by the journey, crossing a 110 meter suspension bridge over a forested canyon. Your bungalow will come complete with king size bed, private deck with hanging bed (we recommend a sun downer here whilst looking out over a dramatic sunset) and beautiful interiors full of handmade furniture made by local artisans from exotic national woods like Almendro, Caoba and Cedro.
Why we like it
The way to our heart is through our belly of course. As Morgan’s Rock is a functioning hacienda, a large majority of the food is produced on the farm, while all the fish served in the restaurant comes right out of the surrounding ocean. Could it get any better than this? We don’t think so.