Morgan's Rock Hacienda & Ecolodge Awarded Certificate Of Excellence 2011 By Trip Advisor

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Trip Advisor has awarded Morgan's Rock a Certificate of Excellence 2011 for having over 90% of its review rate 4.5 or higher out of 5.

Stayed at Morgan's Rock for the weekend with some friends. All I can say is WOW! I was blown away with the whole experience. The hotel is nestled cliffside in the rain forest. Every bungalow has an amazing view of the ocean.

Trip Advisor has given Morgan's Rock Hacienda & Ecolodge a Certificate of Excellence in 2011 for having the reviews rated on Morgan's Rock of 4.5 or higher out of the possible 5. The award exemplifies the consistency of our ecolodge with guest satisfaction. The year has brought great guests that have thoroughly enjoyed our facilities and experienced the authenticity that lies on the ecolodge. What better way to know about a place to stay than through the eyes of those who have experienced it, and Trip Advisor has shown throughout the years its reviews are trustworthy and filled with different reviews. To be getting this award from them means our year long efforts have paid off and that our ecolodge is truly unique.

Hacienda & Ecolodge Morgan’s Rock, made up of 15 deluxe wooden bungalows on a forested hill sloping down towards the ocean, paves the way to an authentic experience with nature. It’s part of the green movement that includes our extensive tree conservation and reforestation projects that reach over 1,800 hectares along the Pacific Ocean.

The Ecolodge includes an 800 hectare nature reserve of tropical forest, a seasonal sanctuary for many types of animals, an animal farm, and 1000 hectares of reforesting tree-farms specialized in native tropical species.

Morgan's Rock is more than a luxury hotel; it’s a concept unto itself, a project of nature conservation, community development and reforestation that aims to be a model for eco-tourism in Nicaragua and Central America.

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