Yemaya Island Hideaway & Spa

Yemaya Island Hideaway & Spa is a relaxed boutique hotel set on a palm fringed beach overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Exceptional service and facilities compliment the low key and laidback feel of this charming hideaway.

Each of the 16 beachfront cabanas sleep up to four people and face straight out to the sparkling Caribbean Sea. An organic garden provides exotic fruit and vegetables for the table, while the wellness spa offers relaxing treatments.

Why we like Yemaya Island Hideaway & Spa

A real hideaway in a remote and beautiful corner of the world.


Yoga, deep sea fishing, kayaking, paddle boarding and snorkelling can all be enjoyed from Yemaya. Don't miss a trip on their wonderful 12 metre Dhow for a peaceful sail around the reef or just snooze in a hammock under the palm trees. The island is around one square mile in size and the small town on the opposite side of the island can be reached on foot through the jungle in around 30 minutes.


  • Spa
  • Restaurant serving Asian-influenced cuisine
  • Bar


Located on the tiny island of Little Corn, approximately 55 miles off the east coast of Nicaragua. Reached via a 90-minute flight from Managua to Great Corn before boarding a boat for a 20-minute boat transfer to Yemaya on Little Corn Island.

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