The reef around the Corn Islands is home to a spectacular array of sea life from black tipped reef sharks and leatherback turtles to tiny shrimp and brilliantly colored tropical reef fish...a paradise under the water. With a casual splattering of sunken wrecks, drift dives, majestic coral forests, wall dives, the world famous Blowing Rock, and the sunken statue of the Virgin Mary there is a chance you may need 3 dives a day to see it all.
Dive certification is available for all levels of diver as well as an introductory "Discovery" dive requiring no certification.
The reef around the Corn Islands is the same reef that starts in Belize and runs south for more than 300 kilometers (called the Belize Barrier Reef). The reef in Nicaragua is particularly vibrant, with it benefiting from nice shallow waters where sun's rays bring perfect warmth for a plethora of reef fish and coral life to grow in abundance.
Kiteboarding, the extreme action sport that combines aspects of wakeboarding, snowboarding, windsurfing, surfing, paragliding, skateboarding and sailing into one amazing sport. Come and harness the power of the wind and be propelled around the crystal clear waters of our beautiful island.
Stand Up Paddle-boarding has found its home in the calm, and for the more adventurous not so calm waters surrounding the Corn Islands. Secluded bays, inland swamps, open ocean, easy entry from crystal white sand beaches, places to visit every few hundred meters right around the island.