The temperatures on the Corn Islands do not vary that much. The main changes will be in humidity and wet and dry seasons.
Big Corn Island has stunning beaches, plenty of diving and snorkelling and loads of laid-back bars and restaurants. Just don’t expect anything too fancy.
There are two boats each day to Little Corn Island that connect with the flights.
Accommodation on Big Corn ranges from very cheap and cheerful hostels to more established hotels and resorts.
While tourism is on the increase, the primary industry of The Corn Islands is fishing; mainly lobster and shrimp for export which means there is no shortage of great dining.
When you arrive on Little Corn Island, you will not find taxis; there are no cars at all on Little Corn Island. It is walking or bicycles (if you can get one).
Accommodations on Little Corn vary from very cheap and basic (~$15/night) to somewhat higher end (~$100/night).
Carlitos Place is one of a number of small properties sitting right on the beach, on the eastern side of the island.