If you’re looking for a remote locale that offers exquisite scenery but without a mob of tourists, then Little Corn Island is the perfect combination of solitude and natural beauty. Located just off the eastern coast of Nicaragua, Little Corn Island is a largely untouched island with translucent waters, swaying palm trees and golden brown beaches.
But be forewarned, you won’t find any five-stars accommodations on this secluded piece of paradise. Much of the island has maintained its rustic nature, which means you might be living like one of the 800 inhabitants during your stay. Be prepared to step back in time where you’ll truly be able to appreciate the simple things in life.
Currency: Both Cordobas and U.S. dollars are accepted. BUT, there are no banks or ATMs on the island, so have plenty of cash reserves.
Language: Spanish and Creole English are both heavily spoken here