List of visa-free countries for Nigerian citizens in 2018

List of visa-free countries for Nigerian citizens in 2018

Do you want to travel outside Nigeria for any reason at all? Are you daunted by the stress of getting a visa? Will you like to find out some countries Nigerians can visit without a visa? This article contains a list of such countries, some of them will surprise you.visa-free countries for Nigerian

African Countries

Nigerians are allowed to visit most African countries under ECOWAS without a visa. Though, some of them have their conditions which will also outline. Here are the African countries Nigerians can visit without a visa, all you need is your passport:

  • Benin Republic
  • Burkina Faso
  • Cameroon
  • Cape Verde
  • Chad
  • Cote d’Ivoire
  • Gambia – allows visa-free visiting for 90 days.
  • Ghana
  • Guinea
  • Guinea Bissau – visa-free for 90 days.
  • Liberia
  • Mali
  • Mauritius – visa-free for 90 days. Also, Nigerians must present minimum $100 to confirm the solvency.
  • Niger Republic
  • Senegal
  • Sierra Leone
  • Togo

You can get a visa without any complication on arrival in the following countries:

  • You can get a 30 days visa upon arrival at Bujumbura International Airport.
  • Comoros provides with visa upon arrival. But it costs $50.
  • Djibouti gives a visa upon arrival.
  • You can receive Kenyan Visa upon arrival for 90 days.
  • Nigerian citizens are provided with a visa for 90 days upon arrival in Madagascar.
  • The Maldives. As Nigeria and Maldives are both members of Commonwealth, you can get Port Entry Visa upon arrival for 30 days.
  • Mauritania provides visa upon arrival.
  • Mozambique provides a visa on arrival for 30 days.
  • Seychelles provides with visitor’s permission upon arrival for one month. But you should make an application on the website www.ics.gov.sc. You will not be allowed into the country unless a visa is issued before arrival.
  • You can receive a visa upon arrival for 30 days.
  • Tanzania provides visa on arrival.
  • Uganda needs visa upon arrival.
ALSO READ:   Top 5 Richest Musicians In Nigeria In 2018

American visa-free countries

Some American countries allow Nigerians to visit without visa for some days while some of them grant visa upon arrival;

  • You are visa-free for six months. But you need to confirm your solvency with enough money and have a return ticket.
  • Dominica is visa-free for 21 days.
  • Nigerians can visit Haiti visa-free for three months.

Asian Visa-free countries for Nigerians

Most Asian countries provide visa on arrival for a limited number of days;

  • Sri Lanka. Nigerians should get electronic travel authorization in order to visit Sri Lanka for 30 days.
  • Timor-Leste. You can get a visa upon arrival for 30 days.
  • Bangladesh gives visa on arrival for 30 days. But you need to confirm your solvency with enough money and have a return ticket.

Countries of Oceania

  • Micronesia is visa-free for 30 days
  • Nigerians can visit it without free for 30 days. But you need to confirm your solvency with enough money and have a return ticket.
  • Fiji is visa-free for four months. You also need to confirm your solvency with enough money and have a return ticket.

You can get a visa upon arrival in the following countries:

  • Nauru
  • Palau gives visa on arrival for 90 days.
  • You can receive a visa on arrival for 30 days there.
  • Samoa offers entry permit on arrival for 60 days.
ALSO READ:   List Of Igbo Food Items With Low Calories

Countries such as Myanmar, Rwanda, and Sao Tome & Principe need visas. But you can get their visas online.

Nigerians can visit up to 40 countries without applying for a visa or can get a visa on arrival at the destination country. Additional costs may arise in countries where a visa is issued upon arrival. You need to know in advance the cost of a visa fee. Also, keep in mind, that your passport must have a validity period of at least six months before embarking on a trip abroad.