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18 Amazing Visa Free Destinations

Hey TripZappers! Here’s some good news!

Visa Free!!! Yes Visa Free- No visa needed! Who doesn’t love that? Well if you are reading this you’re in luck as we’ve compiled a list of amazing vacation destinations that require no prior visa processing for Nigerian passport holders.

1. Barbados

This gorgeous island nation in the eastern Carribean is visa free for Nigerian Passport holders for up to 6 months of visit. A passport valid for not less than six months, proof of sufficient funds and your travel itinerary is all you need.

2. Cape Verde

The island nation with an archipelago of 10 volcanic islands located in the Altantic Ocean, off the North West Coast of Africa offers a great escape for holiday seekers and is visa free to Nigerian passport holders with a valid passport.

3. Comoros

Located in the Indian Ocean and off the coast of Eastern Africa, the Comoros islands are ringed with beaches and old lava from active Mt. Karthala volcano forming spectacular landscapes. This island nation is visa free to Nigerians.

4. Dominica

This Caribbean island nation famous for its geothermal warm springs is visa free entry for Nigerians up to 21 days.

5. Fiji

This country in South Pacific with over 300 islands and famed for its rugged landscapes of blue lagoons and palm-lined beaches is visa free for up to 4 months.

6. Ghana

Our sister nation on the West coast of Africa is also one to visit and is visa free to Nigerians.

7. Haiti

Located on the island of Hispaniola, Haiti with its rich culture and history and its palm-fringed beaches is visa free for Nigerians up to 3 months.

8. Kenya

Kenya with its diverse landscape of savannahs, mountains and lakelands and an abundant wildlife, offers visa on arrival to Nigerians for a maximum stay of 3 months. Proof of sufficient funds and documents for onward journey is also required. Visa may be refused to visitors who have transited through Guinea, Liberia or Sierra Leone.

9. Madagascar

Home to the most diverse species of animals and located off the South East Coast of Africa, the large charming island nation of Madagascar offers visa on arrival for up to 90 days to Nigerian travelers.

10. Maldives

This tropical nation in the Indian Ocean known for its beaches, blue lagoons and extensive reefs, offers visa on arrival for up to 30 days to Nigerians. Extension of stay is possible up to a maximum of 90 days.

11. Mauritius

Off the coast of east Africa, in the Indian Ocean and best known for its exotic beaches, clear blue lagoons and mountainous interior, this volcanic island nation is visa free to Nigerian travellers for up to 14 days.

12. Micronesia

The Federated States of Micronesia, with its over 600 islands spread across the western Pacific Ocean, and best known for its palm-shaded beaches, wreck-filled dives and ancient ruins offers visa free entry to Nigerian travelers for up to 30days.

13. Mozambique

This southern African nation on the coast of the Indian Ocean dotted with amazing beaches and marine parks offers visa on arrival to Nigerian travelers for up to 30 days.

14. Seychelles

A popular honeymoon destination for newlyweds, this island nation with over 115 islands in the Indian Ocean known for its pristine beaches, coral reefs, rare wildlife and nature reserve, issues a visa permit to Nigerian travelers on arrival for up to 3 months.

15. Samoa

Dotted with reef-bordered beaches and rugged, rain forested interiors with gorges and waterfalls, the Samoan Islands located in Polynesia offers an entry permit on arrival for 60 days.

16. Tanzania

From the gorgeous beaches of Zanzibar to the vast wildlife of the numerous national parks, and home to Mount Kilimanjaro, the East African nation of Tanzania is fast becoming a major tourist destination and offers visa on arrival to Nigerian travelers for a fee of USD50 to USD100.

17. Uganda

An East African nation with a diverse landscape encompassing the snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains and immense Lake Victoria, Uganda offers visa on arrival to Nigerian travellers for a fee of USD 50.

18. Vanuatu

A South Pacific Ocean nation made up of over 80 islands, Vanautu with its beaches, ancient culture and rugged islands overs a secluded quiet escape and is visa free to Nigerians for up to 30 days.

Planning a vacation? Just pick a place and go!

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