Kahka Creek is a cloud forest located in the Caribbean Region. This place will carry you to a world where the sounds of toucans and howler monkeys are constant; to a natural space with an 600 years old almond tree, to a field covered with trees and different type of plants that allows eco tourism activities and a relaxing stay in the hostel of the Wildlife Refuge with good company and all the services you need. In short, if you visit the Southern Region of the Caribbean and you prefer to be surrounded by nature, Kahka Creek must be in your list of the top 5 places to visit in Nicaragua. The Wildlife Refuge Kahka Creek is a hidden jungle of 600 hectares located in the municipality of Pearl Lagoon, just 2 kilometers from Pueblo Nuevo. This natural site is home of countless species of plants and animals, including jaguars, pumas, green frogs with red eyes, howler monkeys, white-faced monkeys, boas, among others. To preserve and conserve the natural resources as well as the existing fauna in the area, FADCANIC develops projects to create a change of vision in the residents who live near the area.