Nicaragua Eco Lodges
Central America – Ecotourism in Nicaragua Eco Lodges
Nicaragua has a lot of biodiversity. It also has borders to both the Pacific Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean. As well it includes rain forests, mountainous regions, volcanic ranges and dry forests.
Eighteen to twenty percent of Nicaragua’s landmass is protected. It is home to 7 percent of the world’s biodiversity and home to a few endangered species, including the Howler monkeys and the white-faced and spider monkeys.
The government of Nicaragua is slow to regulate the industry of ecotourism in Nicaragua so you need to make sure for yourself that a sustainable lodge or tour really does practice sustainability and ecotourism. With our Online Eco Rating, we help you take the guess work out of your choice. Anything above a 2 out of 5 shows a commitment on the part of that business to practice ecotourism.
To learn more about Nicaragua you can go to Wikipedia.