La Princesa de la Isla
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of La Princesa de la Isla
TripAdvisor Reviews La Princesa de la Isla Big Corn Island
Travel Blogs from Big Corn Island
... immune systems hold out! Life on Little Corn goes a little something like this. Watch the sun rise over the ocean through our little hut's windows, head up to the lodge for coffee and we try and make a plan for the day. Head out for a dive and then adventure around the island in the search of local food, beers, and beaches to swim in. I call this the island of best friends because it is so small you really do get to know everybody. While walking around we stop and ...
... look like a large bananas but are generally cooked to become a sort of banana chip), a large side bowl of fruit and coffee - all of this for $3… now that’s a deal! So guess where we ate breakfast nearly every day?
There was however one other place where we had breakfast, and this was at Casa Iguana. The food here was just as good as the other places I mentioned, but a little more expensive. BUT, the reason you would want to pay more to eat here was the ...
... far. The water felt perfect, and it was great to just be out on a boat in the ocean. We came back to LCBB and rinsed the salt water out of our mouths with a delicious pina colada and Tona and sat at the beach reviewing our pictures and snorkel videos until it was dinner time.
That night, we had another amazing, 4 course dinner at LCBB with Rachel and Toby. Chris had the special of the night- filet mignon with gorgonzola sauce while Aly had ...
... and I check in at Dolphin for my briefing on my first dive of the day. We head to My Place spend the next 42 minutes (+ 3 minute safety stop) at 16.9 metres enjoying the company of Southern sting ray, lion fish, jackknife fish, bearded fireworm, squirrel fish, parrot fish, Caribbean Spiny lobster, and nurse sharks (one of which follows us for a while). After a bit of a break we are back under just before noon ...
... powering the compressor to fill our tanks with air" to the list - scuba diving is a little less lively without air to breathe! And finally perhaps the number one important usage of power on a secluded is..... (drum roll please)..... to make ICE to keep your drinks cold!!!
During an afternoon stroll, I notice the supply boat at the pier (hooray - fresh fruit! maybe they brought us some ice too?). The pier is full of ...