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44 COUNTRIES WHERE NIGERIANS CAN TRAVEL TO WITHOUT VISA

44 COUNTRIES WHERE NIGERIANS CAN TRAVEL TO WITHOUT VISA

Have you ever suffered Visa refusal at one time or the other, in various embassies in Lagos and Abuja over flimsy reasons?

Perhaps, you’ve experienced frustrations in meeting their draconian visa requirements, and you’re about to give up your desire or plan to spend holiday out side the country. Do not give up because we’re here to illustrates a list of 44 Countries where Nigerians can travel to without Visa.

44 COUNTRIES WHERE NIGERIANS CAN TRAVEL TO WITHOUT VISA

44 COUNTRIES WHERE NIGERIANS CAN TRAVEL TO WITHOUT VISA

List of 44 Countries where Nigerians can travel to without Visa

1. BANGLADESH – capital Dhaka, located in Asia, shared border with India and Pakistan, allows Nigerians 30 days Visa On arrival.
2. BARBADOS – Capital Bridgetown Saint Michael, located in the Caribbean North America, allows Nigerians 6 months stay without visa.
3. BENIN REPUBLIC – Capital Port Novo, a neighbouring country and a member of ECOWAS is visa free.
4. BURKINA FASO – Capital Ouagadougou, a member of ECOWAS, is visa free.
5. BURUNDI – Capital Bujumbura, an African country, allows Nigerians 30 days Visa On arrival.
6. CAMEROON – Capital Yaounde, a neighbouring country to the East, has visa abolition agreement with Nigeria.
7. CAPE VERDE – Capital Praia. According to Wikipedia Cape Verde archipelago is in the Atlantic ocean, off the western coast of African continent, near Senegal, allows Nigerians visa on arrival.
8. CHAD – Capital N’Djamena, a neighbouring country to the north-east, is visa free.
9. COMOROS ISLAND – Capital Moroni, situated in the Mozambique channels, close to Madagascar and Mozambique , enable Nigerians visa on arrival.
10. IVORY COAST – Capital Abidjan, a member of ECOWAS, is visa free.
11. DJIBOUTI – Capital Djibouti, is a North African country, allows Nigerians visa on arrival.
12. DOMINICA – Capital Roseau is a Caribbean country. Located in North America, neighbouring Haiti, allows Nigerians 21 days visa free
13. FIJI ISLANDS – Capital Suva, is a South Pacific nation, located in Oceania and Australia, allows Nigerians 4 months visa free with possibility of extension of residence permits.
14. THE GAMBIA – Capital Banjul is a member of ECOWAS, is visa free.
15. GEORGIA – Capital Tbilisi, is located at intersection of Eastern Europe and Western Asia. Neighboring Russian and Turkey, allows Nigerians visa on arrival.
16. GHANA – Capital Accra is a member of ECOWAS, is visa free.
17. GUINEA – Capital Conakry, neighbouring Ghana, is an ECOWAS member, is visa free.
18. GUINEA BISSAU – Capital Bissau, is a member of ECOWAS, is visa free.
19. HAITI – Capital Port du Prince is a located in the Caribbean, a North America country, allows Nigerians 3 months visa free.
20. IRAN – Capital Tehran, is a country between Asia and Middle East, allows Nigerians Visa on arrival.
21. KENYA – Capital Nairobi, an East African country allows Nigerians 90 day visa on arrival.
22. LIBERIA – Capital Monrovia, a member of ECOWAS is visa free.
23. MADAGASCAR – Capital Antananarivo, is an island located in the Indian Ocean, East of Mozambique, allows Nigerians 90 days visa on arrival.
24. MALDIVES – Capital Male, is a chain of 1192 islands, West of Sri Lanka, a commonwealth country, allows Nigerians 30 days Visa On arrival.
25. Mali – Capital Bamako, is a member of ECOWAS is visa free.
26. MAURITANIA – Capital Nouakchott, a North African country allows Nigerians Visa on arrival.

27. MAURITIUS – Capital Port Louis, is an island  located in the Eastern Africa, allows Nigerians 90 days without visa.

28. MICRONESIA – Capital – Weno,  is located in Western Pacific ocean and it is a widely scattered islands, allows Nigerians 30 days Visa On arrival
29. MOZAMBIQUE – Capital Maputo, is a South African country, allows Nigerians 30 days Visa free
30. NAURU – Capital Yaren, is regarded as the world’s smallest Republic, an island country, located in the southwestern Pacific ocean, allows Nigerians visa on arrival.
31. NIGER REPUBLIC, Capital Niamey, Nigeria neighbour to the north-west, is an ECOWAS member is visa free.
32. PALAU – Capital Melekeok, is a group of Islands in the Micronesia area of Oceania south-east of Philippines, allows Nigerians visa on arrival.

33. SAMOA – Capital Apia, located in the continent of Oceania and Australia, allows Nigerians 30 days Visa On arrival.
34. SENEGAL – Capital Dakar, is a West African country and a member of ECOWAS is visa free.
35. SEYCHELLES – Capital Victoria, located in the Indian Ocean, North East of Madagascar, allows Nigerians visa on arrival, but approval must be obtained before you travelled.
36. SIERRA LEONE – Capital Freetown, is a West African country and a member of ECOWAS, is visa free.
37. SOMALIA – Capital Mogadishu, is located in North East Africa, neighbouring Kenya an Ethiopia, allows Nigerians 30 days Visa On arrival.
38. SRI LANKA – Capital Colombo, is located in Asia neighbouring India, allows Nigerians “Electronic Travel Authorisation ” which will enable them 30 days stay.
39. TANZANIA – Capital Dar Salam, is located in East Africa, enables Nigerians visa on arrival.
40. TIMOR-LESTE – Capital Dili, is an island located in Asia, allows Nigerians 30 days Visa On arrival.
41. TOGO – Capital Lome, a West African country and  a member of ECOWAS,  is visa free.
42. TUVALU – Capital Funafuti, is located in the continent of Oceania and Australia, enable Nigerians 30 days Visa On arrival.
43. UGANDA – Capital Kampala, is an East African country, allows Nigerians Visa on arrival.
44. VANUATU – Capital Port Vila, is located in South Pacific ocean east of Australia, allows Nigerians 30 days Visa free.

BASIC TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS

Above are the 44 Countries where Nigerians can travel to without Visa, all you need are the following particulars:

1. An International passport with at least six months validity.
2. Airline return ticket
3. Nigeria port health card, popularly called ‘yellow card’
4. Basic travelling allowance.

5. Hotel reservation

BOTTOM LINE

Most of these countries are there for you to explore and enjoy. Frankly, no matter how remote or unknown they are to you, when you get there do not be surprise to find your fellow Nigerians flourishing and getting on well with the local inhabitants of the area.  The choice is yours.

(Information on locations of most of the Island nation goes to google, Wikipedia and world atlas)

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Updated: September 26, 2017 — 10:36 pm

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