Apart from the diving and lying in a hammock enjoying Nicaragua's Famous Rum there are a few other activities to keep you occupied on this beautiful Island.
Note it is now illegal for tourists to Spear fish on the Corn islands.
There are a few places on the island with vollyball nets set up for the most poular beach game, Casa Iguana has a proffesional court set up close to the main entrance of the property.
Occasional Sundays is BBQ night at the dive shop, a nice way to relax after the weekend good food, cold beer (money go's to the "Cash for Trash" fund).
At farm peace and love they have several horses for different levels for each rider, the trip about 2 hours around the island, down the beach and through the jungle, trips are $25 and need to be booked the day before.
There are several places around the island to eat, from local cuisine to more home cooked food s you would have at home but with an island twist! our favorites are:
Little Corn fishing Charters has been taking beginer & Experienced fishermen for over 10 years, Chris with over 25 years experience will take you on a 3 hour trip into the deeper waters surrounding the island, there are many fish to lure like Mahi Mahi, Barracuda, King fish and the favourite Sailfish and many more! For more info look here - http://www.littlecornfishing.com/home
There many paths and routes leading to beaches through bush, the northern beaches are the most peaceful and picturesque also make sure you visit Derek's place and Ensuenos as they are very artistic using drift wood to create buildings that are sculpture like. The best for getting the sunset is Tranquilo's with the perfect view and an ice cold beer or cocktail!
Straight off the beach! the best parts for snorkeling are on the Eastern and Northern beaches, if you don't have your own snorkeling gear you can rent it from the dive shop, we also do snorkel trips in the afternoon at 2:30pm, most of which are guided so we can show you the cool stuff and learn something about the reef and the fish.
Though kiting and windsurfing equipment is not available for rent anywhere in Nicaragua, Casa Iguana is equipped to help you safely store your windsurfing and kiteboarding equipment. The onshore winds make Iguana Beach a safe launch and windsurfing and kitesurfing beach, yet we recommend that all sailors be experienced at windsurfing and kiteboarding as Casa Iguana currently does not provide monitoring or rescue service for anyone who is windsurfing or kiteboarding. Read Kitesurf Magazine's article on riding on Little Corn and other good spots in Nicaragua by clicking here.
Read Dom Moore's (editor of Kitesurf Magazine UK), comments and suggestions for kiting on Little Corn Island, Nicargua