Diving in the Corn Islands

Dive Guide for the Corn Islands

The Corn Islands are located in the Caribbean off the eastern coast of Nicaragua. Known for their pristine waters and vibrant marine life, the Corn Islands offer excellent scuba diving with a range of dive sites suitable for divers of various levels of experience.

Divers can encounter an array of marine life including various species of reef fish, nurse sharks, eagle rays, and possibly even larger pelagic species.

On the surface, the Corn Islands have a laid-back and relaxed vibe, making them a great destination for those seeking a peaceful diving experience.

Corn Islands Dive Sites

Types of dives in the Corn Islands

Boat Deep (80ft/24.5m) Salt water Wreck Surge Drift Current Waves Surf

Water Temperature

When to dive in the Corn Islands

The visibility around the Corn Islands is generally good, ranging from 50 to 100 feet (15 to 30 meters) or more depending on the conditions. Water temperatures typically range from 78°F to 84°F (25°C to 29°C), making it comfortable for diving throughout the year.

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