Jicaro Island Ecolodge

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Jicaro Island Ecolodge is an ingeniously designed hideaway on a lush private islet in Las Isletas, a remarkable archipelago in vast Lake Nicaragua under the shadow of Mombacho Volcano. Built with auburn-hued cedar recovered from hurricane-felled trees, nine airy duplex casitas (no A/C) have shoji-like walls, dramatic shower-only baths, irresistible ...


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