Spectacular Rio Indo Lodge in S. Nicaragua


I had the pleasure of meeting Dr. Alfredo Lopez several years ago. Alfredo began his career as a doctor working with the indigenous people in Nicaragua, working his way through medical school as a tour guide. At the time I met him I was suffering from a serious disorder and he offered to introduce me to one of the true remaining natural healers left in Central America. So we journeyed together up Rio San Juan to Rio Indo in nearby Nicaragua. What happened during my meetings with the medicine man is material for another post, but I know that his "prescription" contributed to my complete recovery.

The most unexpected part of the journey was our final destination at Rio Indio Lodge . Rio Indio Lodge is a wonder. It was build about seven years ago by a small group of investors who loved the area. The project was headed by Dr. Lopez.

In all they spent more than six million dollars and more than three years building the most spectacular lodge along the Caribbean coast. The only problem, almost no one knows about it! Sometime after it was constructed they ran short of funding, so there was never much in the way of advertising. Still some people, many friends and associates of Dr. Lopez "discovered" this remarkable place.

Out of a feeling of appreciation for what Dr. Lopez did for me, I created a blog and invited others to comment on their experiences there: http://www.rioindiolodge.wordpress.com.

Rio Indio Lodge is a wonder. It was build about seven years ago by a small group of investors, headed by Dr. Lopez, who loved the area. In all they spent more than six million dollars and more than three years building the most spectacular lodge along the Caribbean coast. The only problem, almost no one knows about it! Sometime after it was constructed they ran short of funding, so there was never much in the way of advertising.

I would like Rio Indio Lodge to succeed, and for more people to share the experiences I've had there. it is one of my favorite places in the world - and I have seen a lot of beautiful places since I moved to Costa Rica. It has it all excellent fresh and salt water fishing, kayaking, birding, infinity pool at the rivers edge, beautifully decorated and all the wild life you can imagine. Picture a luxurious but rustic lodge in the middle of a pristine jungle nature reserve and you will begin to get the picture.

I would be happy to field any inquiries you might have: hkaber@hotmail.com.

Share/Save

Post new comment

The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly.
CAPTCHA
This question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.
Image CAPTCHA
Enter the characters shown in the image.