In the vast turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea, shines the pristine and secluded Little Corn Island. Just under three kilometers in size, the island is surrounded by an interconnected reef system that protects life on both land and ocean, while a lush, palmed forest provides necessary cover—earning its “rainforest of the sea” nickname. It is a remarkable place of virtually untouched splendor, continual inspiration, and thoughtful footprint.
Nestled on the north shore, is a seaside paradise known as Yemaya Reefs. It is a place of virtually untouched beauty, where land and sea conspire to form a delicate natural ecosystem. Named after the African mother goddess who is said to preside over the oceans’ waters, the lodge sits on a generous stretch of habitat that includes all-oceanfront 16 casitas, a chef-driven restaurant, and an array of land and water activities. Here, we invite you to experience joyful island living at its finest.
- Pay 2 nights, get the 3rd night free
- Pay 3 nights, get the 4th night free
- Pay 5 nights and stay the week*
Booking Window: from May 01 to July 31st, 2022
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