Do you have the desire to travel around the world with your family, friends, or colleagues at work? What is holding you back from exploring the world? Visa did I hear you say? Calm down as there are Visa-free countries you can visit.
Having a passport of the federal republic of Nigeria allows you to travel to certain countries without a Visa in as much as you can cater to the travel expenses.
There are countries you can stay for 90 days, 60 days, 30 days, 15 days, 5 days, 3 days without a visa and also states you can get Visa upon arrival. Countries like Benin Republic, Maldives, Seychelles, Mauritius, Barbados, Mali, Sri Lanka, Dominica, among others.
So if you want to travel for a few days and you don’t want to go through the stress of visa application at the embassies. Here is a list of countries you can enter with just your Valid Nigerian Passport.
Aside from the money incurred in visa applications, the stress is a whole lot. Even the treatment by the officials there is nothing to write home about. I once spoke to a man who said; he will rather stay in Nigeria than go through the Visa application stress.
The first thing you will need to take care of if you want to enter a visa-free country is to possess a valid Nigerian passport. For details on a passport application, you can visit the Nigeria Immigration office or the official website.
So get your luggage and funds together because after going through this post, you will surely visit three countries or even more.
There are over 40 countries to visit as a Nigerian without a visa. In Asia, America, and Africa, but there is no country in Europe to enter as a Nigerian without a visa. Let’s take the visa countries one after the other.
A country in eastern Carribean Island in North America. Barbados is an accommodating country with a lot of exotic beaches, restaurants with amazing cuisines, and budget-friendly hotels. It will interest you to know English is their official language.
As a Nigerian, you can visit this visa-free country with your valid passport, an e-passport, sufficient money in your account, and a return ticket. With all of these, you can enjoy your stay in the country for 6months.
Barbados is a lovely place to travel with your family, friends, and colleagues. The capital Bridgetown has shopping malls, stores, clubs, pub, and other relaxation centers. Lastly, if you are a big fan of the Pop artist Rihanna, Barbados is a must for you as that is her birth country.
The Republic of Maldives is in the Arabian Sea right in South Asia. As a visa-free country, Nigerians can stay in for 30days.
The Maldives is a perfect place for your holiday, honeymoon, and tour as it is full of beautiful areas and spots. The country is full of lovely islands used for tourism and agriculture. Tourist attractions are numerous in the Maldives so you will enjoy yourself to the fullest when you visit.
Although the English language is not the only spoken language in the country it is still prominent due to the high involvement of the country in tourism. The country is a very accommodating and welcoming place you can never regret visiting.
Fiji is another beautiful destination for travelers. This visa-free country gives Nigerians the opportunity of staying in the country for 4months with just a visitors permit.
The country is in the South-Pacific Ocean with over 300 islands and 800000 people. Communication won’t be a problem in Fiji as the english language is one of their official languages.
Marine life, exotic beaches, and amazing scenery make Fiji Island the accurate place for you to visit. The country also posses a good historical background and tourism is their major sector.
Kenya is one of the African countries that attracts a good number of tourists annually. The country in East Africa is known for its richness in wildlife.
The country named after Mount Kenya offers Nigerians 90 days stay without a visa. For 3months you can enjoy the wildlife, waterfalls, coastal islands and towns as well as savannah flatlands and tropical woodlands.
kenya is the largest Africa export market as they thrive well in Agriculture, fishing, as well as metal production and tourism, also contribute greatly to development. Communication with the natives won’t be a problem in Kenya as the majority of them speak the English language.
Kenya is a beautiful place to travel to in Africa as you will enjoy great entertainment from both the natives and the relaxation centers.
Cape Verde is in West Africa. The country was colonized by Portuguese so Portuguese is the official language with kriolu as the national language.
The country is surrounded by seas and this makes the weather welcoming for tourists and travelers. the country’s economy declined in the 19th century but later came up as it was a stopover for shipping route and it is a commercial center.
Cape Verde is a safe place to travel to as it is loaded with lots of relaxation centers and numerous fresh fruits. As a Nigerian, all you need is your passport and a return ticket showing your departure date.
So if you want to travel as a Nigerian without a visa, this is a perfect place to be.
Mauritius is on the coast of the Indian Ocean here in East Africa. The country has a tropical climate making it a nice, cool and warm place to be.
Mauritius is good for snorkeling and scuba diving as it has a lot of sea waters and beaches. The place is good for travelers, romantic get ways and picnics.
The country is an English-french speaking country, so as a Nigerian, you can enjoy your stay there. All you need is your passport and $100 in your account. You can stay for 90days.
The Gambia is the smallest country in Africa. The country like other visa-free countries requires a visa and a return ticket. With that, you can stay for 90days.
The country is full of tourist centers like Kachikally Crocodile pool or the beautiful Sanyang Beach among other places.
The country’s wildlife is topnotch so it is a perfect place for a holiday and as Nigeria, you can go by road as this will make the experience amazing.
Sri Lanka is a country in South Asia. The country is rich in historical background. For Nigerians visiting, aside from your valid passport, you need an e-permit.
The country is known for its hospitality and accommodating spirit. The tourist attractions in Sri Lanka is unlimited ranging from golden beaches, rising waves, misty mountains, and wildlife full of mighty elephants, giant whales, stealthy leopards, among others.
The mouth-watering cuisines are so nice that you need to give them a trial. The country is also rich in amazing cultures. So if you want to travel without a Visa, the place is the perfect place to visit.
Seychelles is in East Africa and the country host exotic beaches, nature reserves, coral reefs among other tourist attractions. The country offers a month entry
The country has a blend of a different culture, African, Arabian, British, French, India, and Chinese. It also posses a high human development index and also the smallest population compared with other African countries.
Seychelles is a perfect place to visit for a holiday as the temperature varies over the year but it is a welcoming place.
Dominica is a mountainous Caribbean island in the West Indies. The place has numbers of waterfalls, lakes, steamy hot springs, gorges, tropical rainforest, and hills. The North-American country offers Nigerians 21 days without Visa.
The country is full of beautiful scenery and lovely views. The coastlines black-sand beaches are good for snorkeling and diving. Dominica official language is the English language.
So as a lover of adventure and you want to visit a country for 21 days, you can choose Dominica.
Bangladesh is a South Asian country full of lush greenery and waterways. The country allows Nigerians to stay 30days provided you have $500 in your account and a return ticket.
Bangladesh is full of tourists attractions and the country is one of the worlds most populated countries have amazing cuisines you will love to taste.
The country might not be a very classic country but trust me it’s one of the countries you will love to visit without Visa for 30 days.
Cameron is not the biggest country in Africa but it is still as big as Africa in some ways as it has both Christians and Muslims and they speak a mix of English and French. I see why they call it a miniature of Africa.
The country houses the tallest mountain in Africa, desert plains as well as rain forests. Luckily for Nigeria, Cameroon share border with Nigeria so going into the country isn’t that stressful.
During your stay in Cameroon, you can visit places like Benedictine Museum of Mont Febe, Limbe Botanic Garden, and the National Museum of Yaounde and the Kribi.
Madagascar has the fourth world largest Island and it is sometimes called the world 8th continent. It is sitting pretty off the South East coast of Mozambique. Nigerians get visa in this country upon arrival for 90days.
The waters in this country is surrounded by different species of palm trees making the island look beautiful. The Indian Ocean gives room for snorkeling, swimming, and surfing.
The country is perfect for holiday, leisure and tour.
Haiti is in the western Caribbean Island of Hispaniola. It is a haven for hikers due to its mountain terrain. For Nigerians, it is allowed to stay for 90days without visa with a return ticket proving your date of return.
the country is full of tourist centers like beaches, a waterpark, water sports, the Royal Caribbean International.and traditional Haitian dance performances among others.
So if you are a lover of culture you should try out Haiti.
Vanuatu is in the South-western part of the Pacific ocean and it has over 80 Islands. Beautiful did I hear you say?
The country offers Nigerians visa upon arrival into the country. The country is also full of tourist attractions that will engage you and your loved ones during your visit.
Comoros is a beautiful country but it is not exactly visa-free as you will get your visa for $50 upon arrival. The country is off the south-east coast of Africa.
Comoros is full of mind-blowing islands as well as tourist attractions like amazing lakes, and coast with beautiful scenes as well as nice views.
If you want to go for a honeymoon, adventure and you are a water lover then Comoros is the right place to be.
The stress of embassies in Nigeria is not for you. If you want to travel for a few days or months, you can visit those visa-free countries without a permit. All you need to possess is your valid Nigerian passport, e-permit and your statement of account with a certain amount of money.
So if it is tour, vacation or honeymoon, pack your bags as you now know countries you can visit without a visa.