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10+ Nigeria visa-free Countries To Travel Now

Nigeria visa-free Countries

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10+ Nigeria visa-free Countries To Travel Now

Nigeria is a country located in Africa consisting of 36 states and is also known to have great natural resources such as oil. Several countries have a number of countries that allows them into different countries, and Nigeria has a number of countries that allow them to come in visa-free.

One thing to look out for when traveling is how fast, easy and quick one can get access to the visa and move as either a tourist or as a business person. In Nigeria, there are only 24 countries a citizen can enter freely without a visa.

There are also other countries one can enter using an e-visa or through a visa on arrival. In a visa-free country, the duration is not more than 30-90 days. It depends on the country it is you are visiting.

Here, we will be giving a list of the countries that allow visa-free entrance to their countries:

1.Cape Verde

Cape Verde is a country in the Atlantic Ocean, with ten volcanic islands with land area. Cape Verde is a country with small people consisting of about 130,000 people. It gained independence from Portugal, being westernized and having great facilities for travelers, the music and markets make it feel like Africa.

Places to visit in Cape Verde is Fogo, being the most prominent attraction of the country and hasa height of 2,900 meters, which is suitable for tourist view. There is also Sal, also known as the sunniest part of Cape Verde, with beautiful scenery, it has its airport and people consisting of 20,000. For a period of 90 days, Nigerians can visit Cape Verde without having a visa. For more info, visit the Cape Verde Immigration Website


It is officially called the Republic of Chad, a cross between north and Central Africa. Chad’s land has a variety of contrasting geographic locations. Known for having oil since 2013, crude oil has become the country’s major source of income.

Named after Lake Chad, it has over 200 ethnic groups. Tibesti Mountains, Lake Chad, Arco de Aloba, Guelta De Bachikele are some of the attractions to check out. Chad allows visa-free into the country for 90 days. For more info: please visit the Chad Immigration Website


Dominica is located in the Caribbean mountains, with hot springs and rainforests that are tropical. Dominica has a lot of natural environment and was thus also called the “Nature Island of the Caribbean”. Dominica is known for its great landscape with a great view along the Indiana River.

There are several tourist attractions some of them are: Dominica’s Beaches, Trafalgar Falls, Victoria Falls, Boiling Lake, etc. duration of stay is for about 180 days without a visa. To know more about the country, visit the Dominica Immigration Website.

4.The Gambia

The Gambia is a country in West Africa, even though having a narrow Atlantic coastline. The Gambia is rich in wildlife, having monkeys, hippos, leopard, rare birds, hyenas, etc. it also hasa diverse ecosystem by the river in the Gambia.

The country also has access to beaches which makes them more attractive to tourists and those who are on a business trips. The Gambia allows visa-free for the duration of 90 days. For more info, visit The Gambia Immigration Website

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Niger is a place located in Africa, called officially The Republic of Niger is a country close and shares a border with Libya, Chad, Nigeria, Benin, and Burkina Faso. Sitting on some of the world’s largest uranium deposits, it has several attractions such as desserts and rivers for view.

A couple of attractions to visit in Niger are: Niamey, Tahoua, Dosso, Arlit, The great market Niamey, etc. for more places to visit, click here. To get into Niger as a Nigerian, you just get the necessary amount or document and stay there for as long as 90 days. For more information about the immigration, visit Niger Immigration Website

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Liberia is a country in western Africa. It is filled with sandy coastal plains, it is also filled with hulls, and an analyzed upland level that is also inland. It has rich rainforest having diversities of fauna with flora. Liberia being the only black state in Africa that was not colonized is also known as the oldest country in Africa.

As a Nigerian, you can visit Liberia for up to 90 days without a visa as long as you don’t go beyond that. To visit and know more about their immigration process, visit the Liberia Immigration Website


Haiti is one of the Caribbean countries sharing islands with the Dominican Republic. Its landmark is intact even after the 2010 earthquake. It is filled with mountaintops, a fortress, ruins of Sans-Souci Palace, and the Royal home of the former baroque.

As a Nigerian, you can visit Haiti without a visa for up to 90 days as long as you have your international passport ready. To know more about Haiti’s immigration process, visit the Haiti Immigration Website


Barbados is a place in North America, it is also one of the commonwealth nations. As a Nigerian, Barbados does not require you to have a visa before you can make a visit there. Nevertheless, you must have your valid international passport which must be valid for the duration of your stay, and also a valid return ticket.

To stay in Barbados visa-free, you can only stay for a period of 6 months or 180 days. For more info, visit the Barbados Immigration website


Fiji is a country in Oceania, in the south pacific is an extensive group of islands that is over 300 islands. Fiji allows over 100 countries that do not need a visa to come into their country, and one of these countries are Nigeria. However, you can only stay in Fiji as a Nigerian for 4 months or 120 days without having a visa. To know more about Fiji Immigration, visit the Fiji Immigration website.

Other countries are:

  1. Benin
  2. Burkina Faso
  3. Cameroon
  4. Côte d’Ivoire
  5. Ghana
  6. Guinea
  7. Guinea-Bissau
  8. Mali
  9. Micronesia
  10. Saint Kitts and Nevis
  11. Senegal
  12. Seychelles
  13. Sierra Leone
  14. Togo
  15. Vanuatu

Wondering how many countries Nigeria can visit visa-free? Then you are at the right place. A list of all the visa-free countries has been lifted with the necessary info needed to go about it.

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Originally posted 2022-06-08 12:48:48.

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