Businesses and local government on Little Corn work closely with the community to enhance service and preserve a culture and ambiance that is palpable the moment one steps off the water taxi. All of Little Corn Island is grateful for the unsolicited good press it has received. We encourage guests of the Corn Islands to visit Lonely Planet's Thorntree, Tripadvisor.com and its forum and Fodor's forums to learn more about the islands and the opinions of past guests. A special thanks goes to the reporters whom appreciate Nicaragua and its Caribbean history and culture.
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*Time Magazine "Five Reasons to Visit Little Corn"
*Men's Journal "Secret Beaches"
*Queen's University: The Journal "No Need to Resort to the Resort"
*Outside "Bad Economy. Cheap Travel! Seven Affordable Island Escapes"
*area daily "Tropical Punch"
*Budget Travel "On these seven islands, you're guaranteed to get there before anyone you know. "
*Budget Travel "Beauty With an Ugly Side"
*Daily Candy "The Caribbean's Last Frontier"
*Conde Nast/Concierge.com "Dollar-Friendly Destinations 2008"
*TODAY/Conde Nast/Concierge.com "The coast of Utopia: Barefoot life at its best"
*Los Angeles Times "Nicaragua's Corn Islands, an unspoiled Paradise"
*National Geographic Adventure "Exploring Nicaragua's Forgotten Passages"-September, 2006
*Undercurrent "A Caribbean Road Less Traveled"
*Caribbean Travel and Leisure "The Next 'Next Costa Rica'"
*MSNBC "18 Best-Kept Island Secrets"
*Conde Nast "Nicaragua To The Max"
*Outside "Viva Nicaragua-Diving the Old Caribbean"
*Argosy "Tahiti of the Caribbean"
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