How to get to the Corn Islands: Updated!

Boats, buses and planes all go to Corn Island, but how long does it take and how much does it cost? For an easy way to decide how to get from Managua to the Corn Island, check out this updated transportation graphic with the schedules and costs. Click on the graphic to get a better look:

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4 Responses to “How to get to the Corn Islands: Updated!”

  1. Chrissy Frankenstein16 December, 2013 at 10:58 pm #

    hi!
    i plan to come to little corn island from san juan del norte/greytown! and not from managua.
    i am still in costa rica but so far i know with latest infos (from the internet) there is a boat running from greytown every wednesday? the day may be is not true but i am not so tight with my time.
    if godwilling i can make it through the border on the caribbean side… i guess, i will. locals always passing this side of the border. a tip can be never wrong…
    so: DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THIS? ARE MY INFOS CORRECT?
    appreciating your kind answer,
    chrissy frankenstein, currently puerto viejo de talamanca, costa rica

    • Casey17 December, 2013 at 5:51 am #

      Hi Chrissy,

      I am not sure where you found that info…I have yet to hear of a Wednesday boat (or any boat) making regularly scheduled trips from Greytown to Corn Island.
      Now from Bluefields there is a regularly scheduled Wednesday boat called the Capt. D. But even getting from Greytown to Bluefields can be a tough journey, not just in finding a ride but the sea is rough this time of year.

      How do you plan on getting across Colorado bar? Where are you going to stamp out from in CR? Let me know how your border crossing experience goes…I am really curious!

      Good luck!

  2. Shannon7 April, 2014 at 8:57 pm #

    Hi Casey,

    Is this information still up to date? I understand prices may have changed, but do you know if the scheduled routes/days are still up to date?

    Shannon

    • Casey8 April, 2014 at 7:15 am #

      I updated that in November and just returned from the islands in February. At that time there were no changes to be made. Thanks!

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