It is also possible to do horseback riding on the resort and on some of the hikingtrails as well.
Furthermore, you can see how coffee is grown and processed on the coffee plantation. There are also tours to a greenhouse where flowers grow.
In the Selva Negra Restaurant you canfind photos, paintings, tools, and more historical items that tell you the story of the German settlers who arrived in Nicaragua in the 19th century and became coffee growers.
Finally, there is a verycharming, rustic chapel tucked away behind the trees where weddings and baptisms can be organized. There are also two separate conference halls with a total capacity of over 500 people.
Entrance tothe resort is about $1.50 (C$25) for visitors who come to hike and don't stay overnight.
There are several options if you want to stay at Selva Negra, ranging from a youth hostel to your own chalet.Visit the Hotel Guide for more information about the Selva Negra Mountain Resort. When contacting Selva Negra, you will get a discount when you mention that you came through ViaNica!
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