If you’re looking for Visa-free destinations for Nigerian citizens, then we have 8 amazing places you need to visit.
Travelling is fun and a great way to relax and unwind from the stress of wherever you’re coming from. But when it comes down to going through the typical Visa application process, it makes us want to give up and just sleep in. Our nationality alone sets the Visa granting bar higher than normal and makes it all seem so impossible.
However, what if we told you that there are at least 8 amazing destinations that any Nigerian citizen can travel to Visa-free. It almost sounds too good to be true right? Well pack your bags, get your passports ready and let’s take you to some amazing places.
Warm beaches, beautiful sites and amazing scenery are all part of what you’d get in Barbados. This island nation has been a favourite for many for the perfect vacation spot and could be yours too without a Visa. With a mix of warm culture and cuisine that’s signature to the Caribbean locale, there’s really no limit to just how much fun you’ll have there.
No Visa is required, however, you might need a transit visa depending on what country you’re passing through en route.
If you’re not willing to stray too far from home, but in desperate need of a new environment, may we suggest Cape Verde. Set just off the coast of West Africa, this “untouched” location has loads to see. From rustic culture and great beaches to its 10 volcanic islands and exotic wildlife, you’d be close to home but far from reality on its beautiful shores.
Although Visas aren’t required for Nigerians, that expires after 90 days.
Dust off your French and get ready for a unique experience in Senegal. This destination boasts of incredible flora and fauna and is a great stop for nature lovers. Whether you’re visiting the House of Slaves or heading for a unique view of the “Pink Lemonade Lake” a.k.a Lake Retba, Senegal has more to offer you than you’d think.
Although Visas aren’t required from Nigerians, that expires after 90 days.
Take a whiff of exceptional nature at the coastal paradise of Mauritius. This is definitely one of our must-visit spots. This East Indian Ocean Island Nation is famed for its gorgeous nature, international influences and its exceptional wildlife. We’re not sure about you but that sounds like a girls’ trip waiting to happen.
Mauritius requires a Visa upon entry for Nigerians which lasts for 14 days and has no Nigerian embassy.
We’ll let you take all that in for now. Next week, we’ll dive back into some amazing visa-free destinations for Nigerian citizens you’ll want to visit.