Guide to Little Corn Island, Nicaragua

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Guide to Little Corn Island, Nicaragua

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Travel Tips for Little Corn Island, Nicaragua

The Corn Islands are two island oasis 43 and 53 miles of the coast of Carribean coast of Nicaragua and, though they are a “challenge” to get to, are worth the journey! If you are looking for a major slow down, limited cell service and a lot of time to read on the beach or play in the warm blue waters of the region than these islands are for you. Read on (3 minutes) to see where I stayed, what activities I partook in and to get a few tips to ensure your trip is a success.

How to get to the Corn Islands?

First, you must fly from Managua via La Costena Airlines.

Then, take a taxi for $1 per person from the airport to the ferry terminal.

Pay approximately $7.00 (USD or Cordoba) per person for a 30-minute ferry from Big Corn to Little Corn. Upon arrival, I hoped in a water taxi that took me to the islands most luxurious resort called Yemaya.

Tip: bring loads of cash to Little Corn Island.

There are no ATM’s and many of the vendors prefer cash.

Activities on Little Corn Island

Little Corn Island is known for a being a sleepy place that is best for relaxing on the beach or diving. I opted to spend most of my time in the water by snorkeling, paddleboarding and free diving. Fishing is available upon request as well – I recommend asking around to get the best rate.

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By |2019-01-27T18:50:04+00:00January 27th, 2019|Adventure, Central America, Destination, Drinks, Food, Nicaragua, Travel Tips, Vlog|0 Comments

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Cyndi is a travel guru, lover of unicorns, fitness, adventure and finding the best octopus dish in the world!

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