Nicaragua visa requirements for Togoleses
Travel and visa requirements
Nicaraguan Visa is not required for Togoleses
Stay Duration: 30 days
- Togolese intending to visit Nicaragua must first apply for an E-visa.
- This online pre-visa can be granted by the Nicaragua consulate in the applicant's home country.
- On presentation of the pre-visa at the border checkpoint of Nicaragua the traveller is then issued a visa on arrival.
- This visa is valid for a maximum total stay of 30 days within a one-year period.
- Alongside the printed confirmation that a visa will be issued upon arrival, the traveller must also have a return/onward ticket.
- A proof of hotel accommodation is also needed, as well as an international certificate of vaccination.
- Togolese intending to visit Nicaragua are required to provide a passport with six months of validity and with atleast two blank pages for stamps on arrival and departure.
- Togolese intending to visit Nicaragua are allowed unlimited foreign currency import but amounts on or exceeding $10000 must be declared on entry.
- visa costs $160
Frequently Asked Questions
Is it safe in Nicaragua?
Nicaragua can be surprisingly safe sometimes even for solo travellers. It's been safe in the past and (remember) still has a lower crime rate than its neighbours.
Why is Nicaragua called Nicaragua?
The country's name is derived from Nicarao, chief of the indigenous tribe that lived around present day Lake Nicaragua during the late 15th and early 16th centuries. Nicaragua has a unique history in that it was the only country in Latin America to be colonized by both the Spanish and the British.
Are Nicaraguans black?
The remainder 9% of Nicaragua’s population is black, and mainly reside on the country's sparsely populated Caribbean (or Atlantic) coast. The black population is mostly of West Indian (Antillean) origin, the descendants of indentured laborers brought mostly from Jamaica when the region was a British protectorate.
Is Nicaragua rich or poor?
Nicaragua, the poorest country in Central America and the second poorest in the Western Hemisphere, has widespread underemployment and poverty. GDP growth of 4.5% in 2017 was insufficient to make a significant difference.
Were there slaves in Nicaragua?
Finally, following independence, slavery was abolished by the decree of the Constituent Assembly of April 17, 1824. However, to early 19th century arrived people who were enslaved from Jamaica to the Nicaragua Caribbean coasts, when the region was a British protectorate. They became "Black creoles".