Jicaro Island Ecolodge, by architect Matthew Falkiner, is sited 15 minutes by boat from Granada’s lakeside seafront. As are the majority of Nicaragua eco lodges and resorts, Jicaro Island Ecolodge supports conservation and the local community.
“Jicaro Island Ecolodge is Nicaragua’s top nature eco resort, located on a private island in the Granada Isletas of Lake Nicaragua. One of Nicaragua’s best hotels, the ecolodge is located just a short boat ride from the colonial town of Granada with spectacular views of the Mombacho Volcano across the lake. Nine private luxury casitas provide the perfect setting for romantic escapes, honeymoons, tours and activities as well as wellness and yoga retreats. Immerse yourself in a magical island experience filled with peace and tranquility.”— Jicaro Island Ecolodge
Morgan’s Rock was constructed from natural, local materials. This Nicaraguan ecolodge is sited in a jungle. In fact, numerous Nicaragua eco lodges and resorts are located in the jungle regions and coasts and are complemented by the pure landscape.
“Located on a 4,000 acre expanse of Nicaraguan jungle, nearly half of Morgan’s Rock is a private protected reserve. The remainder of this breathtaking property is set aside for low-impact agriculture (which provides our restaurant with freshest produce, meat, and dairy) and our award-winning accommodations.”— Morgan’s Rock
Geographically, Nicaragua bounds Honduras to the north and Costa Rica to the south.
The construction of Nicaragua eco lodges and resorts are influenced by cultural building techniques and sustainable designs that have been used in the region for many, many generations.
Influenced by the local peoples, whom have a close connection with nature and their ancestral land, Nicaragua eco lodges and resorts depict the authenticity of life here as it has always been.