Bluefields and beyond: How to reach East coast of Nicaragua

As you could read in the blog about Little Corn Island  the East coast of Nicaragua is the perfect getaway for a couple days (or weeks) of beach fun with plenty of sun, cocktails, sharks, coconuts, Rondon and snorkeling.

However, the East coast is quite hard to reach since the majority of the land is covered by jungle and mangroves.

If you have time and want to explore the East part with it’s beaches and jungle, the city of Bluefields is a good starting point. This town is situated in the middle of the coastline. It’s at the end of the Rio Escondido river, in the Bluefields Bay. From there you can arrange a panga (boat) and head to the Pearl Lagoon in the North, or take the ferry to Big Corn Island.

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Escape the touristy beaches of East Mexico: flee to Isla Holbox

The East Coast of Mexico is well known for its long stretched white sand beaches, azul blue sea, ceviches, and of course wild nightlife. This has to do with the hundreds of Americans that celebrate Spring Break in Cancún or Playa del Carmen.

Not looking for another week full of screaming, drunk, sun burned tourists but looking for a nice beach and beautiful nature?
Isla Holbox is your answer.

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