Alal Suite (The Upstairs Rooms) on Big Corn Island, Nicaragua.

The Corn Island’s and the Caribbean Coast of Nicaragua is historically referenced has the forgotten kins of Jamaica. For hundreds of years the Caribbean Coast and the Corn Island’s was ruled through Jamaica by the English Monarchy. In the late 1800’s it was given to Nicaragua, but still today the Corn Islands is populated by a majority Black English speaking Native Islanders, called Black Kriols.

The Corn Islands offer a wide arrange of activities from Diving, Snorkeling, Horseback riding, Relaxing, Fishing and Eating great seafood, plus much more. When finding the right accommodations check out this beautiful Upstairs Suites known as the “Alal Suite” in the beautiful Sally Peachy Neighborhood in Big Corn Island.

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The “Alal Suite” is located in the less populated part of the Big Corn Island; right on the sea side with a view like no other.

Rooms start as low as $25 US (WoW), but with excellent services!

The Corn Island’s are one of the most affordable tourist destinations in the entire Caribbean, and Nicaragua is one of the safest countries in Central America.

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Book your room today or get more information by contacting Arlene Hodgson and the “Alal Suite” @

International Call:  011 505 2575 5003

Email: hodgsonarlene@gmail.com

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 The “Alal Suite” invites you to experience the Corn Islands with them.

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