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Hidden off the shores of Nicaragua’s Caribbean coast lies the small Idyllic paradise of Little Corn Island, Nicaragua With piercing turquoise waters, white sandy beaches, and a coastline bursting with lush green palm trees. There are so many incredible things to do on Little Corn Island, from Scuba Diving to simply laying in a hammock. In this post you’ll find out about all of the best things to do in Little Corn Island, to ensure you have the best trip. Places, Travel, Turquoise, Piercing, White, Green, Post, Trip, Idyllic

Hidden off the shores of Nicaragua’s Caribbean coast lies the small Idyllic paradise of Little Corn Island, Nicaragua With piercing turquoise waters, white sandy beaches, and a coastline bursting with lush green palm trees. There are so many incredible things to do on Little Corn Island, from Scuba Diving to simply laying in a hammock. In this post you’ll find out about all of the best things to do in Little Corn Island, to ensure you have the best trip.

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Our misanthropic friend summed it up, after watching the sunset on our third night, when he declared that "this is probably the best island I've ever been to". We agreed. There are some places we visited that we liked a lot, but didn't love. We loved this place.

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Amy Welte
In the 17th century, these forgotten little Caribbean islands just 50 miles off the coast of Nicaragua were a haven for pirates and buccaneers. Today's residents of Big and Little Corn Islands are descendants of British prospectors and freed slaves who make their living selling lobster Galapagos Islands, Caribbean, Caribbean Islands, Caribbean Vacations, Caribbean Travel, Beaches In The World, Island Tour, Paradise Beaches, Tropical Islands

In the 17th century, these forgotten little Caribbean islands just 50 miles off the coast of Nicaragua were a haven for pirates and buccaneers. Today's residents of Big and Little Corn Islands are descendants of British prospectors and freed slaves who make their living selling lobster

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