If you are still wondering how to travel out of Nigeria without visa, this is an opportunity for you. There are so many countries you can go from the Federal Republic of Nigeria even if you do not have visa.
I understand that how to get visa is the nightmare of many Nigerians who are eager to travel to top countries like America And Germany. Going through stress trying to get Visa? See the countries you can travel to right now without Visa issue.
Countries You Can Go To From Nigeria Without Visa Application
This South Asian Country has mutual Bilateral ties with Nigeria, which offers Nigerian Passport holders free 30-day visa upon arrival. Additional Information: visitors not holding a return or onward ticket will be denied entry. Also, proof of sufficient funds is required.
Barbados offers Nigerian Passport holders six months Visa free. However, visitors are required to have sufficient funds to cover their stay as well as a return or onward ticket with them.3. Republic of BeninThe neighboring West African state made her coexistence with Nigeria easier with Free Visa, as instituted by Economic community of West African States. (ECOWAS)4. Burkina FasoThis African brothers got it together here by making “Entry” to Burkina Faso for Nigerian Passport Holders Free.
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Burundi offers Nigerians a 30 days visa on arrival at Bujumbura international Airport.
The Ecowas objective has enabled ”˜free entry’ between Nigeria and Cameroon, the Border Brothers can move freely.
7. Cape Verde
The western African Portuguese colony has enabled Nigerian Passport holders visa free entry. And it’s Visa free all the way for Cape Verdean Passport holders to Nigeria.
Chad is one of the African countries that a Nigerian does not need a visa for. It’s totally free.
The South East African Islands has gone beyond surrounding countries like Tanzania, Seychelles, Mozambique and Madagascar to extend a free Visa Entry to Nigeria.
10. Cote d’Ivoire
Cote d’Ivoire or Ivory Coast is another African country bonded by ECOWAS rules, meaning, Nigerians have got free Visa Entry for 90 days.
The north Africans issue Nigerian Passport holders Visa on Arrival.
Commonwealth has brought Nigeria and Dominica to a common ground. This Carribean country offers Nigerians Free Entry Visa for 21 days.
13. Fiji Island
This Oceania country is said to have one of the most developed economies in the Pacific. The good news to Nigerian Passport holders, is that they can stay in the country for 4-months, but may need a visitor permit for the period of their stay and can be renewed after the visa free period.
Additional Information: visitors are required to have a return or onward ticket with them, as well as sufficient funds to cover their living expenses.
Nigerian passport holders have got 90 days free Visa entry to their fellow African country Gambia
The Western African Brothers have a lot in common; one of them is movement. Nigerians don’t need visas to get to Ghana, and Ghanaian don’t need visas for Nigeria.
The West African Francophone Country, sometimes called Guinea Conakry is a member of the ECOWAS, given Nigerians the right of Visa-free Entry.
17. Guinea Bissau
The Portuguese colony is a member of ECOWAS and that gives Nigerians the right of free Visa entry, but for 90 days.
The Caribbean country has sought ways to expand bilateral ties with her Ancestry African countries. Nigerians thus, have 3 months visa free entry to Haiti.
Iran offers Nigerian Passport holders: Visa on Arrival.
Nigerians get Visa on arrival in Kenya. For Nigerian citizens living in Nigeria; it’s 90 days free Visa Entry.
Nigerians don’t need Visa to visit Liberia.
Nigerians get Visa on arrival in Madagascar for 90 days.
Nigeria and Maldives ties have reached a height that enabled Nigerians Port Entry Visa for 30 days. (Both are Commonwealth Members).
Nigerian Passport holders don’t need visa to visit Mali.
Mauritania offers Nigerians Visa on arrival.
In Micronesia, Nigerians get free Visa entry for 30 days.
The South and West African countries have a deal that enables Nigerians visiting Mozambique, visa on arrival for 30 days.
In Nauru, Nigerians get Visa on arrival
29. Republic of Niger
The African neighbors have free movement in common, Nigerians don’t need Visa for Niger.
In Palau, Nigerian Passport holders get Visa on Arrival.
Nigerians get Entry Permit on Arrival In Samoa for 60 days.
The West African brothers got their movement at ease with the ECOWAS Rule that allows free movement in member states.
Intending visitors to Seychelles are advised to apply for a 1-month extendable visa through, http://www.ics.gov.sc/. Admission to Seychelles will be denied if a visa is not issued prior to arrival in the country.
34. Sierra Leone
Sierra Leone is another West African Country that practices what is obtainable among ECOWAS states- Freedom of Movement.
Nigerians get Visa on Arrival in Somalia for 30 days.
36. Sri Lanka
Nigerian Passport holders traveling to Sri Lanka will need “Electronic Travel Authorization” that will enable their 30 days stay.
Nigerians get visa at entry point, upon arrival in Tnazania.
Timor-Leste offers Nigerians Visa on Arrival for 30 days.
Nigerians don’t need Visa to visit Togo since it’s a Western African State
Nigerians get a 1-month visa on Arrival at Tuvalu.
Uganda offers Nigerians Visa on Arrival
Vanuatu offers Nigerian Passport holders free 30 days stay without a visa.
Additional Information: visitors not holding a return or onward ticket will be denied entry. Also, proof of sufficient funds is required.
The European country offers Nigerians visa on arrival.
Mauritius offer Nigerians stay, visa free for 90 days
The countries above are good alternative, especially when you are considering going on holidays abroad without wasting time apply for Visa. All you need is to get an international passport.
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Reference: Nigerian Bulletin