Casa Historia may be the only museum that chronicles the story of the Rama Indians. Isolated in Rama Key by the dominant Miskito...
Parque Municipal Mahogany
Parque Municipal Mahogany is on the curvy Caño Negro, a tributary of Río Escondido as it runs between El Rama and Bluefields. This 278...
Located inside Bluefields' bay, this barbell-shaped island is home to around 800 people - over half of all remaining Rama Indians....
One block south of Parque Reyes, this is the swankiest date night in town, specializing in lobster cocktails and great service.
Lonely Planet review
Fundeso arranges guided trips to Reserva Natural Cerro Silva and indigenous communities around Laguna de Perlas. Take a taxi to Barrio New York to find this small white house. Guides and lodging (in ridiculously tiny bamboo cabins) are organized for Orinoco and Kakabila, a beautiful little community just across a sandy inlet from the town of Laguna de Perlas. Fundeso can also find guides for climbing 635m Cerro Silva, about the only way into the natural reserve.
Collective boats leave El Bluff to points north twice weekly, stopping in Tasbapauni, a kilometer-wide strip of sand with one hospedaje and beaches on either side; Sandy Bay Sirpi, a Miskito-speaking community that also has a hospedaje; and Rio Grand Bar, Caraguala, Cara, Tazapapone, San Nivel (which may have a hospedaje ) and finally Set Net Point, the cheapest place to find a boat to the Pearl Keys.