Two-hundred-year period of colonialism can be noticed even in the language the locals speak - English and Spanish.
Photo: Bungalow, © globetrottergirls
800 people currently settle 2,4-kilometer territory. The island is also visited by travellers. A lot of them stay in bungalows, and it's the right decision bearing in mind rich flora and fauna around. Little Corn is well greened - palms grow even on the beaches. This is a perfect place to take a rest far from the hustle and bustle of the city - calm crystal clear water and a lot of coral reefs citizens - ideal conditions for snorkeling and diving.
Photo: Hawksbill turtle, © Scubat TR
On the island you'll also find voluntary centre that works to repopulate Hawksbill sea turtle, or Eretmochelys imbricata - large sea turtle that is on the verge of total disappearance.
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You can watch the little turtles running toward the ocean waves for the first time.7
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