The Morgan’s invite you to share in their passion for the natural outdoors at their new location…
From the Canadian wilderness to the eastern rivers of the U.S. and now in the rainforest of Central America, three generations of the Morgan family of Cincinnati, Ohio have been sharing their love of nature by offering unforgettable experiences in beautiful destinations.
Jutting out into the Pacific Ocean in the southwest corner of Costa Rica is the Osa Peninsula, one of nature’s last frontiers and home of Corcovado National Park, the largest virgin Pacific rain forest, the most important biological preserve in the Americas and home to Morgan’s Jungle Lodge.
Morgan’s Jungle Lodge overlooks the Golfo Dulce (translated as the Sweet Gulf) named for the numerous fresh water rivers flowing into the bay. The locals also know Morgan’s Jungle Lodge as Guanabana because of the numerous Guanabana fruit trees on the property.