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Nicaraguan Caribbean

43 miles off Nicaragua’s eastern coast lie the virtually untouched Corn Islands.  These small
pockets of paradise are superb spots to end a trip.  With pearly sands and crystalline waters, days are spent swimming, snorkelling, diving and mangrove kayaking.  Some may be happier simply swinging lazily in a hammock, sipping an icy mojito.

Back on the mainland, and with a vibrant mix of African and European cultures, Bluefields feels more like a Caribbean port town than Spanish Nicaragua.  Only accessible by boat or prop plane until this year, the town is modest and rough-hewn,
but boasts near-empty beaches, feasts of fresh seafood and a rare insight into a near-forgotten corner of the world.

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Locations

  • Leon & the North
    Leon & the North
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  • Nicaragua Caribbean
    Pacific Coast
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  • Granada & Las Isletas
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  • Ometepe Island
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  • Rio San Juan
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