Morgan’s Rock Ecolodge

Category: luxury
Style: lodge | eco

In a 4,000-acre jungle, half of which is a government-designated reserve sits a barefoot luxury ecolodge in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua, where a mile-long sandy beach is frequented year-round by nesting sea turtles. Morgan’s Rock is an easy 2-hour drive from Nicaragua’s capital city of Managua.

Morgan's Rock Ecolodge, Nicaragua

Providing an authentic local experience is one of the most important missions of Morgan’s Rock Ecolodge, but they don’t skimp on the luxury, either. Delicious local and authentic foods are served at the restaurant.

Morgan's Rock Ecolodge, Nicaragua

Morgan’s Rock is an ideal place for nature-lovers! Try out agrotourism by lending a hand on their farm, zip-line through the jungle for a bird’s eye view of the terrain, and keep an eye out for the spider, howler, and capuchin monkeys! This unique and vital ecosystem offers a myriad of experiences for guests. Morgan’s Rock can be easily called a luxury resort, an eco-lodge, a family-friendly hotel, or a romantic escape! The possibilities are endless.

Activities at Morgan’s Rock Ecolodge

Morgan's Rock Ecolodge, Nicaragua

Morgan’s Rock is about more than just what you can do – but rather, the experiences you take home with you!  Where better to learn how to surf than just a few miles from one of the world’s favorite spots – San Juan del Sur?  Visit the oldest city in Nicaragua, Granada (founded in 1524!). There, on the shores of Lake Nicaragua, guests can go hiking up the Mombacho Volcano and observe the still-active Masaya Volcano from a distance. Try out catch & release sportfishing on the 28-foot boat “The Commodore,” or just stay at the lodge and enjoy a nice, relaxing massage. The possibilities are truly endless at Morgan’s Rock!

Morgan’s Rock Bungalows

Morgan's Rock Ecolodge, Nicaragua


Morgan’s Rock is made up of fifteen sustainably-constructed beachfront bungalows. Nearly all of them have a stunning view of the private beach. Each bungalow is three-sided and perched on a cliff above the private beach, reachable by a 50-yard suspension bridge.

Morgan's Rock Ecolodge, Nicaragua

Bungalow view

Up to five people can be accommodated in each bungalow. They feature artwork by Nicaraguan artist Augusto Silva, and the sunset views from the balcony are unbelievable – especially when relaxing on the queen-size day bed!