Many of the islands visitors come here for the diving and snorkelling. We are lucky to have a healthy reef systems just minutes from the island with the chance to see hammerhead sharks, reef sharks, nurse sharks, dolphins, eagle rays, sting rays and much more.
There are a number of locals who offer snorkelling trips from around $15 per person for 2 hours. Ask along the beach on the east side of the island for more details. Or you can snorkel off the beach from either the east side or north side, but be aware of weather conditions as it can get choppy at times.
This law may not be widely enforced, and some locals will still offer to take you out spearfishing if it means them making some money from the trip. But we have a small reef ecosystem here and we can already see the number of apex predators (groupers, snappers etc.) reducing on the reef. Please respect the local environment and leave your spears at home.
There are around 20 dive sites around the island, and also the famous ‘Blowing Rock’ which is located 16 miles away and to which special trips can be organised.
Diving in Little Corn is ideal for all levels as it’s not too deep and does not usually have strong currents. It’s a great place then to learn to dive, or to advance your dive certification. Prices are also competitive compared to other popular dive destinations in Central America.
See below for a nice video taken by Peter Werner of his diving experiences on Little Corn, and a short video of one of our hammerhead sharks…….
New to Little Corn, kitesurfing with experienced instructor Nacho Troncoso. Check out his website at www.kitelittlecorn.com, and you can also contact him on firstname.lastname@example.org or via Facebook. Located at Dolphin Dive.
Firefly Studio is located on-site at Little Corn Beach and Bungalow and offers daily yoga classes and massage by appointment.
The Karma Shack is located at Carlito’s Place also offering massage and yoga.