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Chocoyero-El Brujo Natural Reserve

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Ticuantepe, Nicaragua
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Small-Group El Chocoyero El Brujo Nature Reserve Tour from Managua
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Reviewed 28 May 2017 via mobile

El Chocoyero is a nature preserve that is home to thousands of different animals. Hire a guide, they will definitely enrich the experience. Our guide would spot birds or animals and even took great pictures of them when we may have missed them otherwise. Seeing...More

Thank Holly F
Reviewed 16 March 2017

This lovely natural area features howler monkeys, a large variety of birds, pleasant hiking trails, and an idyllic waterfall perfect as the backdrop to a romantic picture. Guides, expert at local birds, available to point out and identify wildlife. I got a photograph of the...More

Thank David J
Reviewed 9 January 2017

If you’re familiar with outdoor activities and outings in Central America, it will be no surprise to you that you have to take a dirt road with many ruts in it to get to this natural reserve. I was pleasantly surprised at how far down...More

Thank Lesley S
Reviewed 10 September 2016 via mobile

I have visited this reserve many times over the years as it is very close to my pineapple farm. The 7 kilometer drive from the Carretera Concha to the park winds through some beautiful farmland. The road is part adoquine in the steep parts so...More

2  Thank holmg
Reviewed 22 May 2016

A little difficult to get to, and if you miss a sign, you'll have some fun, but the people are friendly. There's some public transportation available, too, in a moto taxi. About 6 or 7 km outside of Ticuantepe, the is some kind of cooperative...More

Thank Michael M
Reviewed 7 April 2016

Visited at the end of February and was privileged to see many local birds as well as migrants, but the highlight is seeing the chocoyos (green parakeets) come at dusk into their holes in the wall. We had to wait a long time to see...More

1  Thank jet1011
Reviewed 4 April 2016

The reason for going is to see the Pacific Parakeets flying into the holes in the cliffs and that happens in late afternoon. It is a beautiful place with waterfall and lots of parakeets in la tarde, but not many other birds because of the...More

Thank Charlie D
Reviewed 15 March 2016 via mobile

Perfect timing to see some birds, walk the small hike. El brujo waterfall is closed. Guides said morning was better to see more species of birds. Get there by tuktuk.

Thank Audream9
Reviewed 21 February 2016

Getting here was about an hour and a half from Granada, but I thought it was worth it. It was a really I teresting drive through pineapple fields. The hike itself was really nice and we saw birds and an owl. We waited until about...More

1  Thank mugsylosangeles1
Reviewed 17 February 2016

We took a great hike with our fantastic guide Ricardo from hacienda puerta del cielo. It felt like we were literally the only people there and enjoyed the amazing quiet and beauty of the rain forrest then at dusk saw the hundreds of parrots flying...More

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Michael M
10 May 2016|
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Response from elportonverde | Reviewed this property |
I have lodging nearby (El Portón Verde) and yes, if you wait until the parakeets come back to their nests you'll be going back in the dark. Best to have a guide with vehicle. It's possible to go from Granada on a bus, then... More
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