Attractions

Dive Site in Little Corn Island

Tarpon Channel

One of the best places to see hammerhead sharks in the Caribbean, this excellent intermediate dive site off the eastern side of Little Corn is a long channel between massive coral walls that bottoms out at 22m. Even…
Beach in Little Corn Island

Otto Beach

The island's most popular beach, Otto boasts multicolored waters perfect for swimming and a fun young crowd. Here you'll find the island's fanciest address, Yemaya Island Hideaway & Spa, as well as a recently op…
Beach in Little Corn Island

Cocal Beach

A long stretch of white sand fronted by brilliant turquoise waters. Cocal has lost a lot of its mass through erosion but is still a fine place for a stroll and swim, although between April and July it can be piled h…
Beach in Little Corn Island

Iguana Beach

Really just the southern extension of Cocal Beach, Iguana boasts a solid stretch of sand as it is protected by the headland.
Lighthouse in Little Corn Island

Lighthouse

Little Corn's lighthouse is actually a metal tower that doesn't emit any light these days, but it does offer fine panoramas of the island as well as being a dreamy spot to watch the sunset. You'll need to climb the …
Beach in Little Corn Island

Big Fowl House Beach

An easy but unmarked walk through the bush leads to this fine secluded cove. Pass the former Casa Iguana and turn left where you see a small blue hut, following the sound of the ocean to get here.
Beach in Little Corn Island

Goat Beach

A gorgeous, secluded bay surrounded by jungle on the north side of the island that gets very few visitors.
Beach in Little Corn Island

Jimmy Lever Beach

On the southern side of the island, this remote beach faces the open water and the water has quite a few rocks. Scenic rather than idyllic.