Perfectly placed 300 feet above the Playa Manzanillo, nestled like tree houses in the lush rainforest canopy, these 621 square-foot houses offer solace, privacy and luxury while remaining uniquely Nicaraguan.
Built of sustainable native teak and pine, each of the 23 Bohios feature floor-to-ceiling glass perfectly framing the sapphire sea below. The spacious bathroom is surfaced in Nicaraguan travertine marble and includes a wet room, double vanity, spacious walk-in closet and double-headed shower. The furniture, fabrics and lighting fixtures also lend to the authentic feel of a posh sanctuary handcrafted in a refined local style.
tastes are truly local. Wake up to fresh smoothies and coffee in the morning, indulge in snacks and cocktails in a split-level bar in the afternoon and have dinner in the palapa-shaded Terras or the barefoot-dining Parrilla on the beach. Tables are set with dishes of Nicaraguan ingredients, including organic grass-fed beef, produce grown by nearby farmers and fish caught in the neighboring village of Gigante.
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Located in Guacalito de la Isla on Nicaragua’s Esmerald Pacific coast, the resort is set amid 1,670 acres of coastal peninsula; it is a 90 miles drive from Managua International Airport.
This secluded setting takes full advantage of the pristine beach setting and cultural surroundings.