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Revealed:Full List of 44 Countries You Can Visit As A Nigerian Without A Visa

In recent years, immigration has become a herculean task for Nigerians as the country is viewed by many embassies in the negative light. Owing to this, more and more countries have begun to make the visa granting process for Nigerians more tedious when compared to that of other nationals. In some cases, your green passport automatically reduces your chances of getting a visa approval to zero.

However, what most people don’t realise is that there are tens of countries who still have a friendly disposition towards Nigerian passport holders and even favours them in some cases. More importantly, there are some countries that are “visa free” free for Nigerians.

Visa free in this context means that you do not need a visa for your initial travel to the country. Some countries might require that you get a visa at the airport, others might allow you spend days and months before requiring you to get a visa, while others might make provisions for you to visit their country anytime without requiring a visa. 

Below are some of the aforementioned:

Barbados (visa free for 6 months)

Barbados allows Nigerians to enter their country without a visa for up to 6 months. After the 6 months elapses, you might need a visa to enter. Kindly note that there is no direct flight between Nigeria and Barbados, so you might need a transit visa for the mid-flight exchange.

Cambodia (visa on arrivals for 30 days)

Cambodia is an Asian country with a growing economy. Cambodia allows nationals of Nigeria to obtain a visa on arrival when you get to their borders. Their visa on arrival covers you for up to 30 days.

Dominica (visa free for 21 days)

Dominica is a country in the Caribbean Islands. The authorities allow Nigerians to enter and stay in the country for up to 21 days without needing a visa. Please note that Dominica is different from North American country, Dominican Republic.

Haiti (visa free for 3 months)

Haiti is a North American country with great bilateral relationship with Nigeria. The former french colony allows Nigerians stay in their country for up to 3 months without needing a visa.

Iran (visa on arrival)

Iran requires no visa for Nigerians to visit their country, but you will need to obtain a visa at the airport before entering Iran.

Sri Lanka (electronic travel authorization)

Sri Lanka is a Southern Asian country with a recovering economy. The country allows Nigerians to get an electronic travel authorization online then proceed to visit the country.

Timor-Leste (visa on arrival for 30 days)

Timor-Leste is a southeastern Asian country located in the Southern Hemisphere. It is the only the second Asian country that is predominantly christian. It allows Nigerians to obtain a visa on arrival that covers you for thirty days. You can always upgrade your visa/

Bangladesh (visa on arrival)

Bangladesh requires no visa for Nigerians to visit their country, but you will need to obtain a visa at the airport before entering Bangladesh.

Ghana (visa free)

Ghana allows Nigerians to enter their country without any visa. As a member state of the ECOWAS, your Nigerian passport covers you in Ghana. You might need a work or a study permit if you intend to do any of those things.

Guinea (visa free)

Guinea allows Nigerians to enter their country without any visa. As a member state of the ECOWAS, your Nigerian passport covers you in Guinea. You might need a work or a study permit if you intend to do any of those things.

Guinea Bissau (visa free for 90 days)

Guinea Bissau requires no visa for Nigerians to visit their country, and you can stay for as much as 90 days before you require a visa. You can apply for a visa before your visa free allowance expires.

Kenya (visa on arrival for 90 days)

Kenya requires no visa for Nigerians to visit their country, but you will need to obtain a visa at the airport before entering Kenya. The visa obtained on arrival covers you for 90 days. You can upgrade before the expiry.

Liberia (visa free)

Liberia allows Nigerians to enter their country without any visa. As a member state of the ECOWAS, your Nigerian passport covers you in Liberia. You might need a work or a study permit if you intend to do any of those things.

Madagascar (visa on arrival for 90 days)

Madagascar requires no visa for Nigerians to visit their country, but you will need to obtain a visa at the airport before entering Madagascar. The visa obtained on arrival covers you for 90 days. You can upgrade before the expiry.

Maldives (visa on arrival for 30 days)

Kenya requires no visa for Nigerians to visit their country, but you will need to obtain a visa at the airport before entering Kenya. The visa obtained on arrival covers you for 90 days. You can upgrade before the expiry.

Mali (visa free)

Mali allows Nigerians to enter their country without any visa. As a member state of the ECOWAS, your Nigerian passport covers you in Mali. You might need a work or a study permit if you intend to do any of those things.

Mauritania (visa on arrival)

Mauritania requires no visa for Nigerians to visit their country, but you will need to obtain a visa at the airport before entering Kenya. You can upgrade before the expiry of your visa on arrival..

Mauritius (visa free for 90 days)

Mauritius requires no visa for Nigerians to visit their country, and you can stay for as much as 90 days before you require a visa. You can apply for a visa before your visa free allowance expires.

Mozambique (visa free for 30 days)

Mozambique requires no visa for Nigerians to visit their country, and you can stay for as much as 30 days before you require a visa. You can apply for a visa before your visa free allowance expires.

Niger republic (visa free)

Niger Republic allows Nigerians to enter their country without any visa. As a member state of the ECOWAS, your Nigerian passport covers you in Niger. You might need a work or a study permit if you intend to do any of those things.

Senegal (visa free)

Senegal allows Nigerians to enter their country without any visa. As a member state of the ECOWAS, your Nigerian passport covers you in Senegal. You might need a work or a study permit if you intend to do any of those things.

Seychelles (visitor’s permit on arrival for 1 month)

Seychelles requires Nigerian citizens to obtain a visitor’s permit on arrival at their borders. The Seychelles visitor’s permit is valid for a month.

Sierra Leone (visa free)

Sierra Leone allows Nigerians to enter their country without any visa. As a member state of the ECOWAS, your Nigerian passport covers you in Sierra Leone. You might need a work or a study permit if you intend to do any of those things.

Somalia (visa on arrival)

Somalia requires no visa for Nigerians to visit their country, but you will need to obtain a visa at the airport before entering Somalia

Tanzania (visa on arrival)

Tanzania requires no visa for Nigerians to visit their country, but you will need to obtain a visa at the airport before entering Tanzania.

Togo (visa free)

Togo allows Nigerians to enter their country without any visa. As a member state of the ECOWAS, your Nigerian passport covers you in Togo. You might need a work or a study permit if you intend to do any of those things.

Uganda (visa on arrival)

Uganda requires no visa for Nigerians to visit their country, but you will need to obtain a visa at the airport before entering Uganda.

Micronesia (visa free for 30 days)

Micronesia requires no visa for Nigerians to visit their country, and you can stay for as much as 30 days before you require a visa. You can apply for a visa before your visa free allowance expires.

Nauru (visa on arrival)

Nauru requires no visa for Nigerians to visit their country, but you will need to obtain a visa at the airport before entering Nauru.

Vanuatu (visa free for 30 days)

Vanuatu requires no visa for Nigerians to visit their country, and you can stay for as much as 30 days before you require a visa. You can apply for a visa before your visa free allowance expires.

Palau (visa on arrival for 90 days)

Palau requires no visa for Nigerians to visit their country, but you will need to obtain a visa at the airport before entering Palau. The visa obtained on arrival covers you for 90 days. You can upgrade before the expiry.

Tuvalu (visa on arrival for 30 days)

Tuvalu requires no visa for Nigerians to visit their country, but you will need to obtain a visa at the airport before entering Tuvalu. The visa obtained on arrival covers you for 30 days. You can upgrade before the expiry.

Samoa (entry permit on arrival for 60 days)

Samoa requires no visa for Nigerians to visit their country, but you will need to obtain an entry permit at the airport before entering Samoa. The permit obtained on arrival covers you for 60 days. You can upgrade before the expiry.

Fiji (visa-free for 4 months)

Fiji requires no visa for Nigerians to visit their country, and you can stay for as much as 4 months before you require a visa. You can apply for a visa before your visa free allowance expires.

Benin republic (visa free)

Benin Republic allows Nigerians to enter their country without any visa. As a member state of the ECOWAS, your Nigerian passport covers you in Benin Republic. You might need a work or a study permit if you intend to do any of those things.

Burkina Faso (visa free)

Burkina Faso allows Nigerians to enter their country without any visa. As a member state of the ECOWAS, your Nigerian passport covers you in Burkina Faso. You might need a work or a study permit if you intend to do any of those things.

Burundi (visa on arrival for 30 days)

Burundi requires no visa for Nigerians to visit their country, but you will need to obtain a visa at the airport before entering Madagascar. The visa obtained on arrival covers you for 30 days. You can upgrade before the expiry.

Cape Verde (visa on arrival)

Cape Verde requires no visa for Nigerians to visit their country, but you will need to obtain a visa at the airport before entering Cape Verde.

Cameroon (visa free 90 days)

Cameroon allows Nigerians to enter their country without any visa. You might need a work or a study permit if you intend to do any of those things.

Chad (visa free)

Chad allows Nigerians to enter their country without any visa. As a member state of the ECOWAS, your Nigerian passport covers you in Chad. You might need a work or a study permit if you intend to do any of those things.

Comoros Island (visa on arrival)

Comoros Island requires no visa for Nigerians to visit their country, but you will need to obtain a visa at the airport before entering Comoros Islands.

Cote d’Ivoire (visa free)

Ivory Coast requires no visa for Nigerians to visit their country, and you can stay for as much as 90 days before you require a visa. You can apply for a visa before your visa free allowance expires.

Djibouti (visa on arrival)

Djibouti requires no visa for Nigerians to visit their country, but you will need to obtain a visa at the airport before entering Djibouti.

Gambia (visa free for 90 days)

The Gambia requires no visa for Nigerians to visit their country, and you can stay for as much as 90 days before you require a visa. You can apply for a visa before your visa free allowance expires.

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