Flora & Fauna

Rio Indio Lodge is minutes away from the Costa Rican border in Southern Nicaragua. This lost paradise is located in the Rio Maíz National Park, a vast area filled with history, virgin jungles, wildlife and World Class Sport Fishing.

Elevated walkways set in the jungle unite the surrounding nature with our cottages, main lodge, gourmet restaurant, swimming pool and bar, bringing you close to nature with all the amenities of a Four Star Lodge.

Enjoy our spacious and private 2-bed suites, each apportioned with comfortable queen beds, ornately tiled bathrooms with hot water showers and a large screened-in porch. All of our facilities are crafted using only the finest hard woods and are built to exacting standards. Our goal is to ensure your maximum comfort and satisfaction in every aspect of your visit with Rio Indio Lodge.

Come explore exotic Fishing Trips, Birding, Hiking and Kayak Tours. Our guided tours will allow you to discover all that’s hidden in this marvelous habitat of wildlife, creating memories that will last a lifetime. You can also spend your time lounging around our unique infinity pool, which offers fantastic views of our perfectly manicured gardens and Captain Morgan’s Lagoon.

Take a virtual tour of our facilities by clicking on the links above, and learn more about this hidden jewel in the heart of one of the largest rain forests around. We look forward to seeing you at our incredible Costa Rica Fishing Lodge.

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This was absolutely heaven on earth. My husband and I came here to celebrate our 10 year anniversary.The cottages are just gorgeous and so romantic.One day after our adventures on the golf cart, we returned to find our room filled with flower petals and a bottle of wine on the bed. It should be noted that they did this out of heart. I can't tell you how pleased we were with all our Accommodations and service we received! - Yezen H.

Located near the border of Costa Rica and Nicaragua