Breakfast Included
Children Activities
Family Hotel
Full Board
Hiking Trails
Laundry Services
Mini bar
Outdoor Activities
Restaurant & Bar
Room service
Vegan/Vegetarian Options
Wedding Services

Morgan’s Rock is located in the Nicaraguan jungle. Its concept and operation reflect this whimsical feeling of privacy and seclusion. Natural luxury on a private white sand tropical beach, and stunning ocean-view bungalows, all within a 4,000-acre jungle define the Morgan’s Rock experience. Find the bungalows hideaway on a mile-long picturesque sandy beach, frequented year-round by nesting sea turtles. Nearly half of the vast property is a private reserve. The rest is low-impact agricultural land (a farm called El Aguacate) and sustainable tropical forestland.

Morgan's Rock

Morgan’s Rock has 15 bungalows, and 3 villas with two bedrooms and private pools, constructed of natural materials tucked away into the lush jungle. 

The refreshing private pools and stunning ocean views set the relaxed pace for your stay. All accommodations have been soundly designed to offer shelter from rain, sun, or wind, yet touching as little of the surrounding nature as possible. 

Morgan's Rock
dining options

Guests are in for a treat when they dine at Morgan´s Rock, whether at their lovely restaurant overlooking the ocean, or over a hearty breakfast of handmade tortillas and gallo pinto (rice and beans) down at the farmhouse.

Diners at their comfortable outdoor restaurant and bar will enjoy a variety of special Nicaraguan dishes as well as an array of international flavors using the finest in local ingredients. The restaurant is located on a shady platform overlooking the pool, surrounded by forest, with a stellar view of the private beach and cove. 


Morgan’s Rock offers the perfect family getaway. 

Explore a working dairy farm – live the ultimate farm-to-table experience. You will prepare and enjoy a hearty traditional breakfast.
Learn about how organic agriculture finds the balance between a sustainable ecosystem while satisfying the demand for natural and healthy food.
Help nature by planting a tree. The trees are a food source for animals living in the forest like the agoutis and monkeys.
Take a short hike to the premier point from where the view of the stunning sunset disappears into the Pacific.
Get into the jungle and seek the three species of monkeys found in the Nicaraguan forest: Howler monkeys, Shy Spider monkeys, and the mischievous White-Faced Capuchins.

How to get to MORGAN'S ROCK

Morgan’s Rock is located at Playa Ocotal, Nicaragua. It is about 2.5 hours by car from Managua (Nicaragua’s capital) and the same distance from Liberia Airport in Costa Rica.

Fly to Managua
2.5 hours drive from Managua´s Airport to Morgan´s Rock.

Fly to Liberia
2.5 hours drive from Liberia´s Airport to Morgan´s Rock.

You can request transportation from the airport to the hotel.


Located on a 4000-acre expanse of Nicaraguan jungle, nearly half of Morgan’s Rock’s vast property is a private protected reserve. Nearly half of the 4,000 acre property has been designated a Private Reserve (Reserva Silvestre El Aguacate). Through reforestation, tree planting, environmental awareness and education Morgan’s Rock helps defend this important natural area against poaching, illegal logging and deforestation. Thanks to the planting of hundreds of thousands of trees and an ongoing vigilance to keep poachers off of the land wildlife has increased all over the property since the lodge opened in 2004. This protected area represents one of the last large sanctuaries, critical to the conservation of regional wildlife habitat along Central America’s Pacific coast.

Morgan´s Rock works closely with the local community, they have a program to support the local schools. They also employ people from the local community. Morgan’s Rock used local artisans and artwork inspired by indigenous cultures in its interior design, and sustainably sourced wood for furniture and infrastructure.
Morgan´s Rock sources 60% of its ingredients from their organic garden and farm. This hotel has a garden where they plant organic fruits and vegetables. They also buy from their local fishermans all the seafood.
Morgan´s Rock is 100% powered by a solar panel system, harnessing the power of the sun to generate clean energy.
Morgan´s Rock uses a centralized system for gray and black water with a bio filter system. Treated water is used for irrigation.
Morgan’s Rock waste management system is based on the 3 “R” Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. Waste is also used as fertilizer at the farm.