Alright, now you know:
Tags: Bluefields, Corn Islands
Would it be possible to get this updated again for 2012, and if you don’t mind I’d like to give a link to it for our dive shop website, and also the Little Corn Island travel guide….. it’s a great way to show the options, but to the best of my knowledge Umberto G does not run any more, its now Isleno D (which goes to Rama from Big Corn on Thursday nights)…. also Captain D doesn’t go weekly as it also goes to/from Puerto Cabezas some weeks. Also at the moment Island Trader seems to be running pretty much every week….
Ah, thanks for the info! The graphic was last updated a month ago but I will investigate the cargo boat situation. You are welcome to use the link for the dive shop, no worries. Thanks!
Brilliant! I am just going to link to this graphic/page from http://www.bigcornisland.com! Well done! (my hotel info is still better, though!)
You are welcome to link it. And I agree, your island hotel info is much more complete. Keep up the good work!
Isnt there a dirt road that connects rama with bluefields now that you could take in a vehicle as well?
No road as of yet. Bluefields is like an island; there are roads but you can’t drive out!
What do you know about “Ferry 1″, that is supposed to depart El Rama at 8am(Mon-Wed-Fri) and arrive Bluefields 4 pm carrying cars/pick-ups (see: http://vianica.com/sp/traveling/transportation/11-Ferry1.html ) this page has bad phone numbers for contact though, I would like to have the correct contact numbers if they are available.
Thankx Casey,….. Fred
As for “Ferry 1″, I have never seen that before in my life. Don’t count on that one.
I would suggest the Capt. D or the Rio Escondido, both of which leave El Rama on Tuesday.
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Casey, that's who. I have been living on the Caribbean coast since 2008. I love introducing people to this little part of the world!