Nicaragua

FAQ

Is Nicaragua a safe place to travel?
Nicaragua is generally a safe country to travel. You should take precautions and be aware of your surroundings though, just as you would in a major city in the US or Europe. Try to avoid going into unfamiliar areas alone, especially at night, and do not carry huge amounts of money with you. Leave your passport and other important documents at as safe place in your accommodation.

Is the water safe to drink?
Generally, the tap water in Nicaragua is NOT considered safe to drink, therefore you should drink bottled water only. If your stomach is particularly sensitive it is recommended that you use bottled water to brush your teeth. Be careful when ordering drinks: make sure you order them without ice. (“sin hielo”)

Do I need vaccinations to travel in Nicaragua?
For typhoid and Hepatitis A and B a vaccination is recommended for all travelers.  For Diphtheria, Tuberculosis and Rabies a vaccination is sometimes recommended. For yellow fever there is a certificate of vaccination required if arriving from an infected area. Make sure your routine vaccinations are all up to date. You should ake precautions against malaria if you plan to travel to rural areas.

What is the time zone in Nicaragua?
Nicaragua Standard Time is GMT (UTC) – 6. Nicaragua does not use daylight saving time.
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