During the last FITUR in Madrid the Minister of Tourism of Nicaragua announced that from now on all nationalities of the world will be able to enter the country without the need to process a visa.
The Central American country, to the satisfaction of all, thus becomes a visa-free land.
With the passport it will be enough to go surfing in the volcanoes of León or go diving on the island of Ometepe or Playa Madera.
In any case, the visa was not until now a necessary requirement for the majority of Spanish-speaking citizens.
So far it affected Bolivia, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominica, Cuba, Ecuador, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, Peru, Dominican Republic and Suriname.
Good news that I hope other ministries would follow to promote tourism on their land and facilitate the work of travelers.
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