Nicaragua’s Caribbean Coast is a paradise for nature lovers. With more than 205 miles of coastline, Nicaragua’s Atlantic coast is the largest and less inhabited region of the country.
A region of pristine beaches, tropical rainforests, world-class fishing, diving, snorkelling and eco-tourism, no wonder why the Caribbean Coast is considered one of Nicaragua’s most beautiful destinations.
43 miles from mainland Nicaragua, travellers will find paradise on the idyllic Archipelago of the Corn Islands formed by 2 islands, Big Corn Island and Little Corn Island (with no roads and just 1.1 sq. miles, Little Corn Island offers a truly Robinson Crusoe experience).