Safety in a Third-world Country
Everyone wants to see the world from pristine undiscovered beaches to remote mountainsides. But sometimes exploring off the beaten path raises safety concerns in some people. Yet, the most unadulterated countries are developing nations.
While you should generally exercise caution when you travel, you can very securely travel and vacation in a country like the Republic of Nicaragua. Particularly, when you have access to a rental vacation home like the ones at Casa de Cooper.
Why travel to Nicaragua is safe:
The Terror Threat is Low in Central America
Though terrorism in recent decades has become an unfortunate threat, many developing countries have the lowest threat level of 1, that is lower than that of the US, Canada and the UK.
(Source: Telegraph Travel)
According to the Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report for 2017, Nicaragua, ranked higher in terms of safety than the UK.
How to be a safe, savvy, adventurer
Now that you’re more comfortable with the idea of travel to a nation like Nicaragua, let’s prepare.
Do your research, understand each country’s unique considerations to ensure you’re taking the right precautions.
Choose trusted shuttles and tour guides. Simply speaking with your travel agent, villa owners, and other trusted advisors you can set up a safe plan for getting around.
Set up Google Alerts for the country you plan to visit.
Search through the for information on your destination. Check out travel forums and guides for insider tips on Nicaragua travel.
Nicaragua is rich in culture, history, and experiences. As mentioned, Nicaragua is safer than Mexico and the UK according to the Travel and Tourism Report of 2017.
Casa de Cooper is the perfect place for you to immerse yourself in a tropical paradise. We have multiple well-appointed villas, a pool, and out of this world views. You also will feel totally immersed in the Nicaraguan culture here.
A recent guest had this to say:
“We were so blessed to have had the opportunity to stay at this beautiful home for the month of February. The pictures don’t actually do the property justice… it was everything and more than we needed….We have travelled the world and this place is definitely one of our faves – we will be back!”
We hope you’ll book your stay at Casa de Cooper and have an unforgettable vacation too. Learn more about Casa de Cooper.