Visa Free Countries For Nigerian Passport Holders

Visa Free Countries For Nigerian Passport Holders
I've run into plenty of Nigerians that had a British or Schengen or American visa applications denied, for some strange reason, they all still wanted to still leave the country, not like relocate but just go some where for a short holiday. They'll usually head to a Ghana or Gambia, the more buoyant ones will head to Dubai  Visa Free Countries For Nigerian Passport Holdersnaija-passport Folks that go to Dubai usually come back feeling really happy,they seem to have their expectations exceeded because the relatively easy Dubai Visa process got them thinking "This might not be such an interesting place to go to. There's actually 43 countries that a Nigerian Passport holder can board a flight headed there without a visa, find the list below; 1. Vanuatu (Visa free for 30 days) 2. Uganda (Visa on arrival) 3. Tuvalu (Visa on arrival for 30 days) 4. Togo (Visa free) 5. Timor-Leste (Visa on arrival for 30 days) 6. Tanzania (Visa on arrival) 7. Sri Lanka (Electronic travel authorization) 8. Somalia (Visa on arrival) 9. Sierra Leone (Visa free) 10. Seychelles (Visa on arrival for 30 days) 11. Senegal (Visa free) 12. Samoa (Visa on arrival for 60 days) 13. Palau (Visa on arrival for 30 days) 14. Niger republic (Visa free) 15. Nauru (Visa on arrival) 16. Mozambique (Visa on arrival for 30 days) 17. Micronesia (Visa free for 30 days) 18. Mauritius (Visa free for 90days) 19. Mauritania (Visa on arrival) 20. Mali (Visa free) 21. Maldives (Visa on arrival for 30 days) 22. Madagascar (Visa on arrival for 90 days) 23. Liberia (Visa free) 24. Kenya (Visa on arrival for 90 days) 25. Iran (Visa on arrival) 26. Haiti (Visa free for 90 days) 27. Guinea Bissau (Visa free for 90 days) 28. Guinea (Visa free) 29. Ghana (Visa free) 30. Georgia (Visa on arrival) 31. Gambia (Visa free for 90days) 32. Fiji Island (Visa free for 4 months) 33. Dominican (Visa free for 21 days) 34. Djibouti (Visa on arrival) 35. Cote d'ivoire (Visa free) 36. Comoros Island (Visa on arrival) 37. Chad (Visa free) 38. Cape Verde (Visa on arrival) 39. Cameroon (Visa free) 40. Burundi (Visa on arrival for 30days) 41. Burkina Faso (Visa free) 42. Benin Republic (Visa free) 43. Barbados (Visa free for 6 months)

24 Comments

  1. Hello please i would like to know more about your packagrs to schellyes and how much it will cost also to tanzania.thank you

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  2. I have an interest to further my PhD (Applied Maths) program in Georgia. Can you pls acquaint me with detailed institutional, admission & immigration/travelling informations of Georgia? Thanks.

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    • Hello Phil, many thanks for your comment. I don’t really know much about studying abroad. I hope any other reader who does can help you.Cheers

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    • Send a mail to iadison@yahoo.com with subject “VISA ASSISTANCE”. You will get all the assistance you need.

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    • hi, why not come to cyprus for your phd, am here now studying, if you want to know more or get the details, contact me on dkusimo@yahoo.com, at affordable tution fees and easy visa procedure

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    • philip jacobs,i would advice you do your phd in malaysia,its awesome….if you are interested,you can call 08102692909 for more details….mr bryan……

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  3. Please help me get the details how to enter Ghana or Senegal and how much should I have at hand. Thanks.

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    • Hi Destiny, The flight fare will depend on specific travel dates, I’d usually travel with little money ($100 – $200) and my Cards (Visa and Mastercard) these are really accepted globally

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  4. How can I start processing Georgia visa? Please, help me.
    Thanks.

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    • Hello Focus, You actually don’t need a visa to visit, all you need is to get flight ticket, upon arrival the visa will be issued, however if you are going there for study, you need to get admitted into the school,you will then get a police report and tuition fee (which will be paid at the point of entry) before traveling. You will also need to pre-inform the school of your itinerary

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  5. Wow, thanks for this information. Really excited to know that some of my intended holiday destinations are either visa free or visa on arrival. Knowledge breaks yokes indeed!

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    • Yes my friend, that’s exactly how I felt when I first saw the list.Will try to work out a package to Mauritius, it’s been getting increasingly popular. Will keep you informed

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  6. how do I go about in travelling to Micronesia

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    • Hello Chidi, You do not need visa for Micronesia at least for the first 30 days. You just need to get your flight ticket to any of the 4 states (Chuuk International Airport,Kosrae International Airport – Caroline Islands Airport,Pohnpei International Airport and Yap International Airport)

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  7. Quite informative
    Thanks

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  8. quite interesting dat i can visit all dis countries visa free! but what if i decide to stay nd work in mauritus?

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    • Hello Kikky, yes it is really interesting.You will require a visa/work permit to work, you’ll need to first get a job so that your employer can then make an application for the work permit/visa on your behalf

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  9. is it possible to school and work in Geogia and how many hours per week are you supposed to work if its possible?

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    • Hello Francis, if you are going there for study, you need to get admitted into the school,you will then get a police report and tuition fee (which will be paid at the point of entry) before traveling. You will also need to pre-inform the school of your itinerary. I do not know how many hours you are allowed to work, that you can confirm from the school.

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  10. Hi, I have tried to get the cost to fly to Georgia but really not sure of the fee that I saw. Can anyone let me know cheapest Airline?

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  11. Please how can I process Mauritius visa? And in your view, which is the best route by way of airline? Do you have holiday packages for Mauritius ?

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  12. This is quite informative! I just learned what I never knew…truly, knowledge is power

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  13. Thanks for this hint freeindepedenttraveler, I have the interest of visiting Barbados and also giving it a second thought about doing my MS over there. But i heard from friend that they only give out visa to Nigeria passport hold upon arrival only if you have a valid visa of western countries such as europe,UK and US. Do you have any info on this? And how true is it? Thanks

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