List Of Countries You Can Travel To From Nigeria Without Visa

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Are you planning to travel out of Nigeria and you feel like you cannot go the stress or delay of acquiring a Visa? Actually there are many countries you can travel to from Nigeria without having a Visa. I know this might sound strange to you if you are hearing this for the first time, but it is true. Some countries are bound to give oyu Visas on arrival (that is when you get to the country), while some does not even care if you have a Visa or not. Now let me show the full list of countries you can travel to from Nigeria without a Visa.

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List Of Countries You Can Travel To From Nigeria Without Visa

Countries You Can Travel To From Nigeria That Will Give You Visa On Arrival

Bangladesh

Bangladesh is a South Asian country which is officially known as the People’s Republic of Bangladesh. As a Nigerian traveling to Bangladesh, you do not need a Visa as you will be provided with one on arrival at your destination.

Burundi

The Republic of Burundi often called Burundi is a country in Africa. When traveling to Burundi from Nigeria, there is no need to worry about getting a Visa as the Visa will be issued on arrival for 30 days which means you can stay for as long as 30 days free only after then you are required to pay for the visa extension fee.

Cape Verde

Cape Verde also called Cabo Verde is a nation located off the northwest coast of Africa which is a volcanic archipelago. Cape Verde is also one of the countries you can travel to without Visa from Nigeria but you will be issued a visa on arrival.

Comoros Island

The Comoro Islands or Comoros is similar to Cape Verde as it also forms an archipelago of volcanic islands situated off the south-east coast of Africa. Comoros will issue a visa to you on arrival from Nigeria so basically, you do not need Visa to travel from Nigeria to Comoros.

Djibouti

Djibouti is a country in the Horn of Africa, which is also a French and Arabic speaking country of dry shrub lands, volcanic formations and Gulf of Aden beaches. To travel to Djibouti from Nigeria, you do not need a Visa, you get your visa on arrival.

Georgia

Georgia was formerly known as the Soviet republic (home to Caucasus Mountain villages and the Black Sea beaches) is located at the crossroads of Western Asia and Eastern Europe. Georgia is also one of the countries a Citizen of Nigeria can visit without the need of any Visa not until after arriving at Georgia.

Iran

Iran also called Persia officially the Islamic Republic of Iran is an Islamic republic on the Persian (Arabian) Gulf with over 79 Million population also with historical sites dating to the Persian Empire.  Iran is also one of the countries you can travel to from Nigeria without a visa. Visa is issued on arrival into Iran.

Kenya

Kenya also officially known as the Republic of Kenya is a country in Africa which its capital and largest city is Nairobi and a founding member of the East African Community (EAC). Kenya is one of the countries one can Visit as a Nigerian without the need of Visa. It is also issued on arrival but in Kenya case, the visa issued on arrival only for the first Ninety (90) days after which extra charges will be applicable.

Madagascar

A huge island nation off the southeast coast of Africa is Madagascar. Madagascar is a home to thousands of animal species: such as lemurs (which are found nowhere else), plus rainforests, beaches, and reefs.  Similar to countries listed above, travelling to Madagascar from Nigeria doesn’t require a Visa, the Visa will be issued for you on arrival to Madagascar for Ninety (90) days.

 Maldives

The Maldives is officially known as the Republic of Maldives, Maldives is a tropical nation in the Indian Ocean and it is composed of 26 ring-shaped atolls, which are made up of more than 1,000 coral islands. Citizens of Maldives (Maldivians) are known and respected around the World for their hospitality and affability towards their guests. Currently, the population of the Maldives is over 340, 000, however about 60,000 of registered foreigners reside in the country.

Traveling into Maldives from Nigeria doesn’t require a Visa just like some other countries, the only difference is that the Visa is issued on arrival just for 30 days.

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Countries You Can Travel To From Nigeria That Visas Are Not Needed

Barbados

Barbados which its capital is known as  Bridgetown is a small eastern Caribbean island of about only a 166 square miles. and also an independent British Commonwealth nation. Barbados is located in the Caribbean region of North America. Barbados doesn’t require any Visa to travel there, but you will be issued one for free within the first 6 months of arrival. Basically, as a Nigerian traveling to Barbados, you do not need a Visa.

The Benin Republic

The Benin Republic is a West African nation and a French-speaking nation. Benin is also the birthplace of the Vodun religion and home to the former Dahomey Kingdom from circa 1600–1900. Traveling to the Benin Republic from Nigeria does not require a visa. Apparently, it will be issued for free on arrival.

Burkina Faso

Burkina Faso, which implies “land of honest men” previously known as  Upper Volta has high reserves of gold and it is a landlocked country in West Africa. Burkina Faso is one of the countries you can visit as a Nigerian without the need of getting a Visa right in Nigeria or before traveling.

Cameroon

Cameroon also called the Republic of Cameroon (in French: République du Cameroun), is a country on the Gulf of Guinea, is a Central African country of varied terrain and wildlife. Cameroon is also one of the countries you can visit without Visa from Nigeria

Chad

Chad also called the Republic of Chad is a landlocked country in Central Africa. Chad’s is a French and  Arabic speaking country and the popular Lake Chad is in the Republic of Chad. Chad does not require a Visa if you plan to visit from Nigeria, your Visa will be issued to you on arrival to your destination.

Cote d’Ivoire

Cote d’Ivoire also Ivory Coast and officially the Republic of Côte d’Ivoire (in French: République de Côte d’Ivoire) is a French-speaking country which is located in West Africa. Cote d’Ivoire is also one of the countries you can visit from Nigeria without a Visa.

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Other countries you can visit as a Nigerian without Visa include:

Dominican

you are provided with Visa free for 21 days on arrival.

Fiji Island 

you will be issued a free Visa for 4 months after arrival.

Gambia 

Gambia doesn’t require a Visa as well. You will be issued a free one which is valid for just 90 days.

Ghana 

Ghana provides free Visa to all visitors from Nigeria regardless of the number of days that will be spent.

Guinea

Just like others, Guinea also issue Visa for free and at no extra cost even after a period of time.

Guinea Bissau

Almost similar to the ones listed above in terms of the free visa, but in Guinea Bissau case, the Visa issued is only free for the first 90 days of arrival. It is favourable for those who travel for business but might not be okay if one is going to study as you will be mandated to renew after 90 days.

Haiti

Similar to Guinea Bissau where you get the visa for free for the first 90 days after which payments are required.

Liberia 

No Visa required, free Visa

Mali

No Visa required, free Visa

Mauritius

just like Guinea Bissau and Haiti offers 90 days Visa Free, it is the same in Mauritius.

Micronesia

Micronesia offer 30 days free visa on arrival as long as you’re a Nigerian, you are eligible for the free visa.

Niger Republic

No Visa required, free Visa

Senegal 

No Visa required, free Visa

Sierra Leone 

No Visa required, free Visa

Togo 

No Visa required, free Visa

Vanuatu

(Visa free for 30 days)

These are the complete list of countries you can travel to from Nigeria without a Visa. Hope you the information contained in this post is useful to you? Kindly air your opinion by using the comment box below.

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