As a Nigerian citizen, you might think until you acquire a Visa you are not permitted to obtain a flight ticket into another country either within Africa or other continents. This is a fatal joke of the season. As a lifestyle blogger, we love travelling and by extension, we’re going to find out possible six countries we can travel to without a visa on arrival but with just our green Nigerian Passports and some financial capability.
You might ask why with a Nigeria Passport and not completely free? Yes, it should have been so, but “NO” it isn’t. This might just be a requirement to identify yourself as a none indigene of the country and to identify yourself as a Nigeria.
Plus, the visa-free countries isn’t a lifetime opportunity as it requires just a short but of course, long period of time to spend and explore the various tourist attractions in those countries before coming back to your dear country.
What I mean is, most of these countries I’m going to share with you, you don’t necessarily need a visa to visit them but you will need a visa if you intend to stay there more than three months meaning that every Nigeria citizens are allowed to visit those countries and stay there for as long as 90-days on Visa-Free basis. After the three months, you are required to obtain a visa for yourself or be legally deported.
Come to think of it, shouldn’t three months be enough for vacation? Or perhaps your honeymoon period could be below three months, your business vacation could be within that period likewise your tourist visit. So, in my own case, I presume this is completely cool for any individual to explore the countries by this opportunity. So let’s explore them.
All you have to do is prepare the money that will help you pay for all the expenses you will be incurred during your stay and your flight tickets which are considered even affordable online. Travelstart is also one of the Online flight booking platforms you might consider.
This country is located in the Eastern part of the African continent with less than a 100k residents and full of amazing recreational and tourist centres good for vacation destinations, excursion and many more. With a lot of tourist attractions in the country, it provides with a lot of beaches, wildlife and thrilling recreation centres across the country.
Seychelles offers Nigerians or African citizens with up to 12 months of free visa on arrival then require every visitor to obtain one on or before this period. So, why not take advantage of the fun-filled tourist’s attractions.
Located at the Oceania geographic area that comprises of Australasia, Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia. Spanning and very close to Melanesia, the country is filled with lots of tourists attractions and exotic wild animals.
The country might be fun-filled for your summer vacation, tourist or special events vacations. It grants migrants up to 4 months of stay without a visa.
Madagascar is also a visa-free country with up to 90-days stay without a visa located in the Eastern Part of the African continent. If you considering a country for your vacation full of mountains and good weather, Madagascar is an option for you.
It’s a country with so many National parks including Andasibe-Mantadia National Park, Isalo National Park, Avenue of the Baobabs, Ranomafana National Park and lots of other recreational centres in the Southeast and more.
This a country that the Atlantic Ocean meets the Caribbean Sea. It’s a beautiful place you can find the magical island of Barbados with a population of 284 000 and is swarm with natural beauty, crystal-clear waters and amazing beaches.
Barbados offers migrants or visitors with up to 6-months visa on arrival and therefore, you can consider this for your next vacation trip.
This is another Asian country that is Visa on Arrival fir migrants and visitors with a free stay period for up to 30 Days. Although we promised to keep it at 90 days, but this is an exception for a country with lots beautiful places you can tap in the fun.
This is an African country with a less population of 2.1m as of 2017 filled with tourists attractions. It’s a small West African country, bounded by Senegal, with a narrow Atlantic coastline. It’s known for its diverse ecosystems around the central Gambia River. Abundant wildlife in its Kiang West National Park and Bao Bolong Wetland Reserve includes monkeys, leopards, hippos, hyenas and rare birds.