Boisdale Life Magazine (Issue 18) - Page 42

The view from a daybed
attached to a bungalow
room overlooking the
private beach at
Morgan’s Rock Hacienda
& Eco Lodge on the
Pacific coast
including 1,700 prehistoric rock
carvings; and wonderful beaches with
crystal-clean waters and miraculous
wildlife. After a Native Indian feast
of locally-grown vegetables, fruit and
freshly caught fish, we’ll have time for
a relaxing swim and some kayaking
around the virgin coast.
Our final destination will be the
entrancing Morgan’s Rock Hacienda &
Eco Lodge, on a huge protected reserve
The trip includes: Maximum 14 guests.
VIP reception and departure at Managua
Airport. Four nights at Granada Hotel and
four nights at Morgan’s Rock Hacienda &
Eco Lodge. Included is all transport (four
mini vans) and four guides for the entire
trip. In Granada, all excursions, breakfasts,
lunches and dinner with wine are included.
At Morgan’s Rock Hacienda & Eco Lodge,
all breakfasts and dinners with wine are
included, but not lunch, spa treatments or
excursions. Travel insurance is not included.
Cost per person sharing, £3,250; single,
Getting there: Flight prices and schedules
are released in December. I’ll be reserving
the best group deal and passing on these
prices to guests. Those making their own
arrangements will receive VIP arrival,
departure and airport transfers.
For more info, email
of Nicaraguan jungle close to the Costa
Rican border, to relax and/or explore for
the remainder of the trip.
Surrounded by tropical forest,
secluded super-luxe bungalows
overlook a postcard-perfect beach,
where the only sounds are crashing
waves, bird song and howler monkeys.
This pioneering eco-lodge comes with
its own organic farm and reforestation
programme, but you won’t have to
sacrifice comfort, style or service to go
green! It’s simply one of the very best
places to stay in Central America.
Sea turtles nest all the year round on
the magnificent private beach, which
lies at the mouth of a small river. It has
a superb restaurant, supplied by the
farm and the sea, as well as yoga and
spa facilities.
For the adventurous there are nature
trekking opportunities, by boat upriver, or by foot into the forest. You see
nature untouched, including numerous
monkey and sloth species, anteaters,
magnificent bird life and much, much
more. There is also a boat equipped
for excellent big game and reef fishing,
with sailfish being the ultimate prize.
On Sunday morning we depart for
Manuagua airport as converts to the
incredible charm of Nicaragua. By no
means will we have seen it all, but
we will have experienced a taste of
the infinite possibilities of Nicaragua,
as well as hopefully enjoyed a most
relaxing and inspiring holiday.
Assuming, of course, that we agree to
ban all conversations about Brexit.
A bedroom at a Morgan’s Rock bungalow
A howler monkey in the rainforest
A blue-jean frog, a tiny but vibrant part of
Nicaragua’s incredible biodiversity

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