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Traveling to Costa Dulce

You book the flights. We can help arrange the rest.

Available airports: Managua MGA (Nicaragua), Liberia LIR (Costa Rica), and San José SJO (Costa Rica)

If you opt for our transfer service, once you’re at the airport one of our professional private drivers will pick you up directly at the airport and bring you all the way to us. If you are coming from another location in Nicaragua or Costa Rica we are also happy to assist with your ground transportation arrangements.

 

How to get to Costa Dulce, Nicaragua

(Last updated 08.01.2024)

To get into Nicaragua by air or land, you need to fill out the immigration form filled out 7 days prior to arrival

***All COVID restrictions have been lifted***

Flying to Managua, Nicaragua:

Flying into Managua is the easiest option once you are on the ground with just a 2-2.5 hour drive through the beautiful Nicaraguan countryside directly to Costa Dulce.  The difficulty here is that there are fewer direct flight options then to our Next easiest International Aiport Located in Liberia, Costa Rica.

Flying to Liberia, Costa Rica and entering Nicaragua via the land border: 

Costa Rica has dropped all COVID related travel requirements, you just need proof of onward travel like your return flight or bus ticket. The flights to Liberia typically have better prices and more options and the airport is also only about 3 hours travel time to Costa Dulce including the border crossing. Crossing the land border can be intimidating if you don’t speak Spanish, however we’ve created a downloadable Nicaragua to Costa Rica Border-Crossing Guide to simplify the process and have a team of drivers on both sides of the border to help you along the way.

It is always best to do your own research, Nicaragua’s Board of Tourism typically has the most up to date information.

There is a very helpful Facebook group called Nicaragua Flight / Travel Info Group with up to date information about how to get into Nicaragua from different countries. Check it out!

Whichever way you’re coming into Nicaragua, we’re happy to help you arrange your travel and make sure that everything goes smooth.

Flying to San Jose, Costa Rica:

San Jose is often the best option when coming from Europe as there are more direct flight options then Liberia or Managua. The trip from San Jose is about 6 hours total so it only makes sense to if you are going to save significant time or money on your flight. 

Do you have any questions? Scroll down to our contact form and let us know!

On the Ground

The easiest way to get to Costa Dulce is by using one of our trusted, friendly and professional ground transportation providers.

Shared prices dependent on number of people available.

 

Here are some of our most common rides and prices: 
*Prices are set by taxi drivers and are subject to change without warning. 

Managua – Costa Dulce: $128

Liberia – Costa Dulce: $179

San Juan del Sur – Costa Dulce: $33

Penas Blancas (border) – Costa Dulce: $73

San Jorge (Ometetepe Ferry) – Costa Dulce: $73

 

Please email [email protected] to book transportation and/or have your questions answered.

Shuttles/Buses

MANAGUA - SAN JUAN DEL SUR

MGA Iskra

Local Bus: Contact Us for Information

San Juan Del Sur – Costa Dulce, stop Chicken Bus

OMETEPE FERRY

Border + Customs

IMPORTANT: To enter Nicaragua you will be required to have a minimum of 6 month passport validity.
To fly into Costa Rica with a one-way ticket you will need to present proof of onward travel, this can be a bus ticket or a flight itinerary.

Entering Nicaragua: $14
Leaving Nicaragua: $3
Entering Costa Rica: free
Leaving Costa Rica: $10 (unless you are in the country for less than 12 hours in which case it is free)

If you are driving your own vehicle you can find your way to us using Google Maps.

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