The Corn Islands are two islands about 70 kilometres (43 mi) east of the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua.
Great Corn Island was colonized by people who escaped slavery in Jamaica, and most native islanders have more in common culturally with other English-speaking Caribbean islands than they do with the mainland of Nicaragua.
Tourism on Great Corn Island is still in its infancy as most tourists gather on Little Corn Island.
Snorkelling, scuba diving, and ocean fishing are all excellent while hiking into the hills will bring you into the picturesque tropical nature.
The island is quite picturesque.
Hiking into the hills will bring you into tropical nature; there are two big beaches and lots of tiny and remote ones. A boat trip around the island will showcase its natural beauty.