You need a visa on arrival to travel to Nicaragua
Your chosen country may require you to obtain a visa on arrival (VOA). This is a common system in many countries whereby when you arrive, you will need to queue up at a specific visa desk, apply for and pay for a visa to enter. This then gets attached to your passport and you are free to travel in and around that country.
The advantage of this process is that you don’t need to spend the time and money prior to travel getting it arranged, which can reduce stress and worry. However, it does mean you have no choice but to agree to the terms set out at the visa desk, if you wish to enter the country and should you not have everything they need, you risk being turned away and put on a flight back to your home country.
It is important to still do research on the requirements of a VOA and if needed, get advice from experts such as our team, who will be happy to provide you with guidance on how to prepare. Equally, do some investigation online and find out from other travellers about their experiences.
Here is a list of all of the countries of passport holders that will need a visa on arrival.