Welcome to Pearl Keys


Once communally owned by Miskito and Creole villagers on the mainland, some of the keys have been bought by foreign investors – much to the anger of locals, frustrated at lack of promised jobs and the apparent indifference of developers to the existential crisis the keys face.

Unless you're lucky enough to be visiting the exclusive hotel here, you'll either be coming on a day trip from Pearl Lagoon, or spending a night on the beach as part of a tour. Either way, do not miss this dazzling string of tiny Caribbean islands, the closest thing to paradise Nicaragua has.


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Pearl Keys in detail