Seven Cabins & Restaurant where we offer Traditional Caribbean Cooking
The Rama Garden Tarpon Lodge at Río Indio overlooks a protected Wildlife Area of the Indio Maíz Reserve and Río San Juan. Fresh Gastronomy of local Caribbean dishes with the art of Hospitality
The Rama Garden Tarpon Lodge, in the small Nicaraguan village of San Juan del Norte, is located in one of the most beautiful natural areas in the world.
Only five minutes from the Rio Indio and the Rio San Juan deltas, with breathtaking views of the Rio Indio, we limit the number of guests who participate in our exciting ecotourism and sport fishing activities, because we understand respect for this pristine environment and for the local fish populations is of the utmost importance.
Each of the seven cabins is over 250 square feet, with two king-sized beds in each. Because of this limited availability, it is important to contact us ASAP if you are thinking of scheduling a trip.
Our lives are one with the natural environment we live in, and we take great joy in introducing our guests to the wonders around us. Whether it’s taking a photo of a manatee or landing a Giant Tarpon, we want you to leave feeling you’ve had the experience of a lifetime.
Our professional, certified guides will show you all the best fishing in the Caribbean, Rio San Juan, Rio Indio, and the jungle creeks and lagoons, while also helping to keep your environmental footprint small. The Rama Garden Fishing Lodge is the attainment of a dream, an opportunity to have that adventure you’ve always wanted.
Nicaragua Fishing Lodge
We have always been fishing guides, with years of experience guiding our customers along the bright blue Caribbean coast and tea-stained river waters to the very best spots for catching the giant silver Tarpon fish.
Tarpon is what we’re known for, so we call ourselves a Tarpon Lodge, but our staff also includes experience bird and field survival guides, leading once-of-a-lifetime expeditions into the gorgeous Rio Maiz Biological Reserve.
Our lives are inextricably intertwined with the ecosystem of Southeastern Nicaragua, and while we love showing its beauty off to visitors, we also work hard to preserve its ecological wonder for other generations. We provide you the opportunity to have your dream trip come true. Come to visit us!