Less developed and cheaper than the rest of Central America, Nicaragua is is a goldmine for trampers. Whether you’re looking for volcano hiking, charming town squares or getting stuck in paradise for forever, Nicaragua will not let you down; especially when it comes to that island paradise (see: Little Corn Island).
We will be traveling Honduras, El Salvador and Nicaragua beginning March 5, 2015. Stay tune for new destinations, updates and amazing stories.
ARRIVING // LEAVING
The tourist card issued at the Nicaraguan border is $10USD, and if coming on an international bus is generally included in the price of the ticket. DO NOT LOSE THIS CARD. There is a $1USD fee for leaving the country, and most foreigners are charged an additional $1USD fee (though this can be avoided, at the Paso Canoas border, if you just keep walking past the separate kiosk). There is also a $32USD airport service fee if leaving by air from Managua.
NOTE: There is technically a requirement to show proof of onward travel, though we have never been asked to produce it and know of nobody else who has.
Cities // Towns // Islands