Caribbean Coast

Nicaragua's Caribbean coastline is home to picture-perfect beaches, dense jungles and beautiful, remote islands surrounded by turquoise seas. Once a haven for pirates and buccaneers, the area has a rich and interesting history which you can see from the diverse population who live here today. Many of the local people are descendants of British prospectors and freed slaves, and English-speaking Creole communities live alongside indigenous Miskito, Rama, Garifuna and Mayangna villages.

Mainland visitors can explore a jumble of creeks and mangrove forests along the coast, with opportunities for hiking, fishing and wildlife spotting, whilst the Pearl Keys and Corn Islands offer idyllic Caribbean getaways where you can truly put your feet up and enjoy the local hospitality. Underwater, scuba divers and snorkelers can see colorful reefs and shipwrecks which serve as a reminder of the region's pirate past.

Experiences in Caribbean Coast

Corn Islands Snorkeling and Diving Tours

The waters around the Corn Islands offer excellent snorkelling and scuba diving, surrounded by a barrier »

Bluefields - History and Culture

Explore Bluefields city and learn about the history and cultural traditions of the largest city on the »

Pearl Keys - a desert island experience

Get a taste of the Robinson Crusoe life, as you take a boat and relax on your very own island for the day »

hotels in Caribbean Coast

Calala Island

Calala Island

Calala is the first resort of its kind in the beautiful Pearl Keys - a private luxury island nestled in a »



Yemaya is a beachfront hideaway nestled among swaying coco palms and lush jungle on the northern tip of »

Arenas Beach Hotel

Arenas Beach Hotel

Arenas Beach Hotel is located on the southwest end of Big Corn Island, surrounded by white sand beaches and »

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