The season premiere of the CBS hit, Survivor: Nicaragua, has contributed to something other than viewership ratings. Filmed on the southwest Pacific Coast of this verdant Central-American country, the television show has spurred a tourism buzz, beckoning travelers to explore the rainforests, unmarred beaches, and incredible biodiversity that exists just 14 degrees north of the Equator, neighboring Costa Rica. Offering their own version of a Survivor Package, from $657 per person, Morgans Rock Hacienda and Eco-Lodge is located on the grounds of a Pacific Lowlands reforestation area and coexists with a nature reserve, estuary, and the endemic inhabitants of this region such as howler, spider, and capuchin monkeys, and sloths.
- 3 nights in a private casita
- Daily breakfast, lunch, dinner, and more
- Fisherman for a Day Tour
- Kayak Tour and Nature Walk Tour
THE VALUE: The rustic Eco-Lodge casitas feature a king bed, sofa, private deck with a hanging daybed and views of the open ocean. Plus, you can catch some of Nicaraguas dry season when traveling in November.
THE CATCH: Taxes and gratuities of 15 percent are not included.
THE DETAILS: Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book the Survivor Package and stay through November 30.
WEVE GOT MORE: Use our Travel Search price comparison tool to find the lowest rates on airfare to Nicaragua.
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