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Posts from the ‘Nicaragua’ Category

  • July 19, 2013
    Nicaragua launches free emergency helpline for travelers

    Being one of the safest countries in Central America, Nicaragua has taken security of tourists a step further by launching a free emergency number to provide assistance to travelers. The Nicaraguan Tourism Board informed that dialing “101” will help tourists in case of accidents, loss of travel documents or any other situation that requires immediate […]

  • March 28, 2013
    Nicaraguan Consulate wasted three pages of my passport

    Being a non-U.S. citizen I had to get a tourist visa to travel to Nicaragua. While other Central American countries (Guatemala, Costa Rica, Panama, Honduras & El Salvador) does not require you to get a tourist visa for a non-U.S. citizen, IF you have a valid (for 3 months) U.S./U.K./Schengen visa stamped in your passport, […]

  • March 18, 2013
    Bizarre paintings on sale in Masaya, Nicaragua (NSFW)

    If you are in Nicaragua and taking a tour of Masaya and places around, then your tour guides will stop over that artisan market where you can purchase hammocks, potteries, wallets, etc. that are traditionally made in Nicaragua. A lot of shops also have some exclusive paintings, but one of them will definitely catch your […]

  • January 7, 2013
    Hostel Review: Casa del Agua, Granada, Nicaragua

    Value Location Cleanliness Rooms Service Breakfast included: No. Only free coffee. Address: Calle Guzman, Granada, Nicaragua Website: Good hostel, friendly staff, excellent location The first thing you will notice about this family-led boutique place is how gorgeous and pretty it looks – the lobby is nothing but a courtyard with a swimming pool in […]

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