Big & Little Islands Lined With Stunning Beaches

Located just 50 miles from Nicaragua’s Caribbean coast and once a pirate refuge, the neighboring Little Corn and Big Corn islands feature stunning white-sand beaches, vibrant coral reefs, clear, turquoise waters, awe-inspiring sunsets, and endless palms.

Located just 50 miles from Nicaragua’s Caribbean coast and once a pirate refuge, the neighboring Little Corn and Big Corn islands feature stunning white-sand beaches, vibrant coral reefs, clear, turquoise waters, awe-inspiring sunsets, and endless palms. They make for an excellent unplugged getaway. Big Corn is more developed, with an airport, roads, fine-dining options, and colorful wooden houses. Just 25 minutes away by boat, Little Corn is more remote (think: no cars). Both are an idyllic place to relax between scuba and snorkeling excursions; there are more than 40 species of coral in the area and a mélange of exotic fish. Sally Peachie and Otto Beach offer some of the best snorkeling. Other island activities include kayaking and sea fishing.

For more information check out some of our Example Itineraries as well as our Blog / Newsletter and contact us on info@viaventure.com for bespoke itinerary designs.

For more information check out some of our Example Itineraries as well as our Blog / Newsletter and contact us on info@viaventure.com for bespoke itinerary designs.

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