20 countries to travel to with a Nigerian passport without a visa
Nigerians are known for their vibrant and friendly energy expressed through diverse creative expressions. Nigerians are also known to be a great travelers either in pursuit for a better life or just for fun and relaxation. Here are 20 Amongst many countries you can travel to without a visa as a Nigerian.
If you are interested about travelling out of the country As a Nigerian and more concerned because of the visa cost then this Article is for you.
All of the countries will be categorized into three Different types:
1. The visa free: if a country is labeled visa free it means all you need to do is buy a ticket and get on a plane and you’re good at go.
2. Visa on Arrival: it means you can buy the ticket fly to the country but once you get the country you have to Apply and pay for a visa on Arrival.
3. The E-visa: which is the electronic visa. This means you need to Apply for a visa online and they will let you know if your visa is been Approved or not before Traveling. Note : Embassies are regularly changing their rules all the time so before booking online make sure to go there personally to do your check to see if it’s still relevant as of the time you’re booking your Ticket.
1. Albania – e-Visa
2. Antigua and Barbuda – e- visa
3. Australia- e- visa
4. Angola – e-visa
5. Bahrain – e-visa
6. Barbados- visa free
7. Benin republic- Visa free
8. Burkina Faso- Visa free
9. Cape Verde – Visa fee
10. Cote D’Ivoire ( ivory coast) Visa free
11. Djibouti – e-visa
12. Dominica – visa free
13. Ethiopia – e-visa
14. Cabon -e-visa
15. Gambia- visa free
16. Ghana – visa free
17. Guinea Bissau – visa free
18. Guinea- visa free
19. Haiti – visa free
20. Iran – e-Visa
If these countries are not in your list of choice or preference you can make your personal research to see more countries that are either e-visa or Visa free.
The importance of this , is that it Educates you on your Visa status and helps you to prepare better for your relocation, vacation or visit outside Nigeria.