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Health and security
vaccines:  saludinjeccionsaludnoinsectos
They may need some vaccines if you visit Nicaragua. 

Here are some general rules:

  • Yellow fever: vaccination certificate if in your country yellow fever is endemic.
  • Malaria :  pills recommended if you leave the urban area.
  • Hepatitis A:  recommended if more than 3 months is
  • Hepatitis B:  Recommended if more than 3 months is
  • Rabies:  recommended if more than 3 months is
  • Typhoid:  Recommended if more than 3 months is

Some of these will not vaccinating immune. It may be better protected if you make sure your food is healthfully prepared, not drinking tap water and avoiding mosquito bites (use repellent, mosquito nets, etc.) Consult your doctor at least two months before leaving your country to see that vaccines need for your trip.

Water is abundant in Nicaragua during the rainy season, but in the dry season may be droughts. Best hotels and restaurants often have water storage tanks, but others do not offer this service so it can happen that no water for a few hours a day. This problem is frequently observe on the outskirts of large cities which can be uncomfortable, but it is one of the aspects that should take into account when traveling to Nicaragua.Drinking water can contain more chlorine than drinking it can be used and is not recommended. Bottled water is available throughout Nicaragua, even in the smallest villages.The price is low and quality high water.  saludaguapuragota
As a traveler you are certain precautions to keep in mind when traveling to Nicaragua. In fact, I must take these precautions when traveling to any country. There are some peculiarities to be taken into consideration when discussing the security of Nicaragua, but generally Nicaragua is a fairly safe country.   seguridadpolicianacional
Unfortunately, what you hear from Nicaragua characterizations are based on prejudices and past histories.Nicaragua security is relative. When compared with one of the cities in the western part of Sweden, yes, Nicaragua is not secure. But when compared to its neighbors Nicaragua is considered one of the safest countries. According to Interpol, Nicaragua has the lowest rate of criminology throughout Latin America. Some robberies and assaults occur in Nicaragua, but following these three indications the risk can be reduced.
The most important part related to the safety level, be your own behavior.Acting responsibly and taking the above recommendations (in addition to the precautions of traveling), his journey in Nicaragua will be safe as well as most of the other tourists. In addition, we have collected information from the government, including embassies and the National Police, about security in certain places. Here you will find the areas involved in this research.
Ask local or other tourists about the area
The hotel employees, taxi drivers or just people on the streets, they will be of much use.Asking these people and other tourists will get an idea of the situation.
Be careful not to openly show their wealth
Pay a hamburger with money out of his wallet full of dollars, it may be tempting for others and it would be taking an unnecessary risk. If you must carry with you large amounts of money, do not remove every little transaction. No incentive to thieves. Always keep an eye put in your bags and keep valuables close and well kept.
Stay safe hotels
Why will avoid passing risks on the streets if equally left their belongings in a hotel with few safety standards? It ‘s a good idea to inspect the rooms before making a decision, it is also very useful to use our hotel guide where we have done our best for proper selection ofhotels and insurance tailored to their needs
Nicaraguan capital has a bad reputation when it comes up, but it is actually one of the safest capitals in Central America. Many of its attractions have not been explored by tourists. Except for some neighborhoods, Managua offers everything for a safe and enjoyable stay.  Cast Schik  and  Barrio Jorge Dimitro , are two of the most dangerous neighborhoods you should avoid. This is not difficult because there is no attraction near these neighborhoods. Near the National Stadium and Lake Managua should be avoided at night.  The Ticabus bus terminal near the stadium, is not a safe place to walk. Assaults tourists have been reported. Should avoid staying in hotels around the terminal, instead look for another hotel and take a taxi from the bus terminal. Please be very present this last recommendation.  security
  • At the bus terminal located in different markets managua, be near your belongings.
  • In the evening take taxis instead of walking
  • When traveling in a taxi, take a asegures or having red plate and the driver is properly identified with a photo, this identification must be in the glass front of the car.
Corn Islands
Because of its location, or the Corn Islands Corn Islands, they are used as stops that target traffickers from Colombia to Mexico and the United States. Nicaraguan Coast Guard and the DEA (US Drug Enforcement Administration), operate in the islands and on the coasts.Sometimes traffickers let their cargoes at sea, which can then end up in the islands. Also, there have been armed robberies in Little and Big Corn Islands. Recently (September 2005), the police have located three policemen in Little Corn Island, in cooperation with the Ministry of Tourism, INTUR and hotel owners. seguridadejercitodenicaragua
This is an alternative solution since poor compliance of the law concerning theft. 

The US Embassy donated $ 200,000 to build a police station in Big Corn Island. These measures are an indication that the situation of these islands has been taken seriously and soon results will be.

At this point, you should take extra precautions when traveling to these islands Maize. Pure islands offer a great attraction, but it is necessary to inform local islands and other tourists from the current situation and areas to avoid. By doing this, you can easily prevent problems and enjoy the beautiful and safe parts of the islands

rural parts of Northern Nicaragua
In rural parts of northern Nicaragua, mines have been buried after the war. Do not venture away from the main roads or hike to unknown areas without a guide. Some armed bands in the mining triangle (between Siuna, Rosita and Bonanza) can be dangerous and is not recommended driving at night.  seguridadinuudaciones
In conclusion:
Regular risks that can be found anywhere in the world, also located in Nicaragua. Taking certain precautions and avoiding some areas, irrigation can be reduced and you can enjoy a wonderful and safe trip.
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