,aCOVID – 19 Update and Policy
In the event of any COVID related cancelations, Costa Dulce is offering a fully transferable credit for any deposits that have been made. There is no expiry date on the credit, and it can be transferred to other travelers.
At Costa Dulce, the health and safety of our guests and staff is our highest priority. From the early stages of the Pandemic, we have worked hard to support and educate our staff to help them manage the situation in their homes and villages. We hope for the best but are preparing for a reality where we need to coexist with the New Coronavirus. We will diligently manage the risks of contagion within our facility. Among other measures we ensure regular desinfacting of common areas, high temperature washing of beddings and highest hygiene standards throughout our retreat spaces.
All our rooms and common areas are open to fresh airflow the entire time.
Our staff is used to living in small isolated communities so it is easier to manage the risk of locally contracting the virus. For guests, we follow a protocol that allows for your enjoyment of the facility and natural surrounding beauty while at the same time taking care of your well-being and health at all times.
How to get here during Covid-19
(Last updated 04/08/21)
There are different ways to get to Costa Dulce. Here are the ones that we find most convenient:
Flying to Managua:
There are more and more flights arriving in Managua. The airlines that are currently flying are Avianca and Copa Airlines.
Through Costa Rica
Costa Rica is open to everyone and does not require a negative Covid-19 test. You also need a filled out health pass (this one here) and proof for onwards travel, for example your outward flight or a bus ticket. Equipped like that you can get a flight either to San José or to Liberia. If you can, pick Liberia, as it is closer to the border to Nicaragua.
From the airport you can get a private taxi or a bus (e.g. Nicabus or Ticabus) to the border. The bus is a lot cheaper, but sometimes booked out. A private driver will help you cross the border and make sure you have everything that you need.
To get into Nicaragua – no matter if via air or land border – you need a negative Covid-19 test not older than 72 hours. At the land border that test needs to be a printout on paper, not electronical.
Whichever way you’re coming into Nicaragua, we’re happy to help you arrange your travel and make that everything goes smooth.
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