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If you a Nigerian citizen looking to explore the world but you are worried about travel restrictions and visa issues. Then you would be glad to know that there some countries Nigeria’s can visit without any visa requirement.

Many of these countries allow tourist entry and offer visa on arrival while others allow the visitor stay for a specified number of days or months before a visa will be required.


Cape Verde grants visa on arrival for Nigerians, provided you can prove to the immigration officials you do not plan to stay permanently in the country. You will be required to provide a return ticket, as well as proof of funds.


Dominica grants Nigerians a free entry Visa for 21 days. This is a Caribbean island with tropical rainforests, waterfalls, rivers and steamy hot springs. The official language is English, Dominica is a destination for both adventure and beach lovers.


Nigerians receive a 90-day free visa on arrival. Due to its mountainous terrain, Haiti is haven for hikers and explorers. Attractions in Haiti include numerous beaches, waterpark and traditional Haitian dance performances. 


Nigerians have access to 90 days free visa entry into Kenya, a country of incredible wildlife. You can travel to Kenya for a fun ride through the wild safari and engage in fun activities such as snorkelling.


Consisting of over a thousand islands, Maldives lies in the Indian Ocean. Maldives offers a 30-day visa to Nigerians on arrival. Most of its islands are used predominantly for tourism and agriculture. Whether you want to dive and surf in its waters or you’re planning the perfect honeymoon, this is the perfect destination.


Mauritius offers Nigerians a visa-free entry for 90 days. This country is an island nation located along the coast of the Indian Ocean off the southeast coast of Africa. With long stretching beaches, verdant forestry, and imposing volcanic peaks, Mauritius is a stunning spot for romantic getaways.


Seychelles is located off the coast of East Africa in the Indian Ocean. It offers a visitor’s permit for a month to Nigerians. It shares borders with other islands like Zanzibar, Madagascar and Mauritius. English and French are spoken in Seychelles. Each of the 115 islands of Seychelles has its own feel and a magical enticement.


Tanzania provides visas at the entry point for Nigeria passport holders upon arrival. Tanzania, asides having three of Africa’s Seven Natural Wonders, it is also blessed with the highest mountain in Africa, and the largest and deepest lakes in Africa. It offers tourists so much to see and do, such as exploring wildlife and culture.


Cambodia offers Nigerians a 30 days visa on arrival in major airports like Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. Cambodia’s beaches are stunning, especially for people who crave solitude on the beach. The locals are benevolent, assiduous and welcoming.


This country is in the western area of the North Atlantic and the Caribbean Sea. It offers Nigerians six months free visa. Barbados is known to have amazing beaches and several restaurants with delightful cuisines.


Time to cross some of these beautiful destinations off your travel bucket list, without the stress and hassle of visa application and processing.

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