Little Corn Island, around 45 miles east of the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua, is approximately 1.2 square miles in size, bursting in character yet an oasis of tranquility. You can fly from Managua to Big Corn Island and then take a boat to Little Corn Island.
Several international airlines fly to Managua including United, Delta, American Airlines, Copa, AeroMexico, Spirit, Avianca, and Veca.
There are several travel options for you to choose from once you are in Managua, please advise us in advance of your choice so we can plan your transport. We recommend the Priority Guest Transfer Service.
1 – Priority Guest Transfer Service $300 per person, taxes included. No stress at all for you as all the planning and logistics are taken care of once you arrive in Managua !
2 – Yemaya Boat Service $50 per person, taxes included
3 – Public Boat
HOTEL CHECK IN / CHECK OUT
Check-in time is 3pm and checkout time is 11am. We can store your luggage if you arrive/depart outside of these times and you are welcome to use the hotel facilities.
Every room has an electronic safe. The resort is not responsible for loss of any belongings or valuables not stored in the safety box.
WHAT TO BRING
Yemaya recommends the use of biodegradable products such as sun block and mosquito repellents, to help protect our environment. You can bring a refillable water bottle, which can be refilled for free in the restaurant. Street lighting is limited on Little Corn Island so it is recommended to bring a small flashlight. Please check the weather forecast before your arrival to bring appropriate clothing.
We recommend that all of our guests purchase comprehensive travel insurance prior to travel.
Please note that we do not accept bookings with children under 8 years old.
Pets are not permitted in the resort or restaurant.
Yemaya is predominantly a smoke free property; there are designated smoking areas within the property in outdoor areas.
Yemaya does not have wheelchair access or facilities
PREGNANT WOMEN CONSIDERING TRAVELING TO YEMAYA
The decision to travel should be made in consultation with your health care provider. Discuss the purpose of travel, destination(s), length of the trip, planned activities, underlying medical and/or pregnancy related complications and available medical care in your destination.
It is important to consider that the boat ride from Big Corn Island to Little Corn Island (Yemaya) might be bumpy and sometimes even up to an hour long. The basic medical facility on Little Corn Island might not be suitable to take care of pregnancy or other health related emergencies.
If you decide to travel while pregnant, please make sure that you have comprehensive travel health insurance, review your policy and the coverage it provides.