Nicaragua's Corn Islands named tourism patrimony
Nicaragua lawmakers have designated the Corn Islands as a National Tourism Patrimony.
The classification will coordinate national and regional government institutions to promote sustainable tourism and improve infrastructure on the twin islands.
Nicaraguan lawmakers on both sides of the divide voted in favor of the law, which aims to add another 150 hotel rooms across Big Corn Island and Little Corn Island, bringing the total number of rooms to 650.
Source: Nicaragua Dispatch