Getting Here From There
Pictured on the left is the Paradise which has suspended service at this time.
Many airlines fly to Managua, here are a few:
When you reach Managua you can stay at our associate hotel (we suggest the Camino Real, don't forget to call for your reservation and ask for the Little Corn Beach and Bungalow discount). When making your reservations, just ask for the Little Corn Beach and Bungalow rate to receive our lower negotiated rate for our special guests.
Getting to Little Corn from Managua:
While you are in Managua, we can help you arrange safe and reliable transport in Managua and to other destinations such as Granada, San Juan Del Sur and Leon. Just get a hold of us and let us know you would like help. Or call Rogellio, our english speaking associate at 001-505-8-623-4460, he or his brother Claudio can help with safe and reliable transportation. Let him know you are staying with us.
Calling La Costena to secure your Managua to Big Corn Island plane reservations may be the easiest way to get your tickets.
You can book the round trip flight that cost around $169US by calling 011-505-2-263-2142 (if you need to, ask for an English speaking agent “Habla engles, por favor?”). La Costena accepts Visa, MC and US dollars.
You can try to book on line too.
Their web address is, lacostena.com.ni.
La Costena’s schedule as of March 2015 is:
Big Corn to Little Corn:
After arriving at Big Corn Airport retrieve your bags and ask one of the local cab drivers ($1US per person) if they will take you to Brigg Bay to catch the Panga to Little Corn.
The cab ride to the Panga takes less than 10 minutes and costs $1US per person.
On the right hand side as you pass through the harbor entrance gate is the "ticket office" for the panga. Purchase your tickets here and pay your 3 cordoba (about 12 cents US) "harbor tax".
BE SURE TO LET US WHAT PANGA (THE 10AM OR THE 4:30PM) YOU WILL BE ARRIVING TO LITTLE CORN ISLAND UPON SO WE CAN MEET YOU AT THE LCI DOCK.
PACKING TIP #1: Bring in an easily accessable place large trash bags and place your travel bags in the trash bags before handing them over to the crew.
Packing Tip #2: Keep an eye on your bags to be sure they are stowed on the panga and not left behind on the dock.
Packing tip #3: If you brought a rain jacket or pancho, you may want to carry that with you when you board.
Let us know when you will be arriving so we can meet you at the LCI dock. If you do, we will have one of our representatives meet you at the dock to help you with your bags and bring you down our “road” to your tropical island paradise. They will be holding an "LCBB" sign with the name of the person who made your reservation on the board.
When you see our staff member, introduce yourself and be prepared to identify your bags so that he can load them on the "truck" for the trip over to LCBB. Once all arriving guests are identified and all bags accounted for and loaded, your journey to tropical island paradise and our hotel/resort will just about be at an end.
PACKING TIP #3 : Pack your headlamp or flashlight in an easily accessable place so that you can pull it out and have it on you if you are arriving on the evening panga. It gets dark quickly in the tropics and you will be trodding an unfamiliar trail.
If you don’t Let us know which panga you are arriving upon and you sneak up on us, or you are just going to drop by to see if we have a casita available, anyone on the dock can direct you our way. Ask for help to either Little Corn Beach and Bungalow or "Beach-Bungalow" on the beach side. You can also hire someone on the dock to help you with your bags for a small (120 cordobas or about $5 is fair) tip. See you here when you “reach”.