It’s time of the year to have a nice time with your family. Queuing for visa might be stressful, this is a list of Visa free countries for Nigerian Passport holder, you can visit these countries with your family and have wonderful holiday.
Bangladesh is one of the most populous countries in the world. Dhaka is its capital and largest city, followed by Chittagong, which has the country’s largest port. Due to its mutual bilateral ties with Nigeria, Bangladesh offers Nigerian Passport holders free 30-day visa upon arrival. However, all visitors have to possess a return ticket and proof of sufficient fund. Beautiful places to visit in Bangladesh include Dhakar which is a modern megacity with Mughal old town, Sundarbans is a zoo with Bengal Tiger, Forest, crocodile, jungle etc., Cozbar city with beach, safari park, seaside and honeymoon.
Cameroon officially the Republic of Cameroon is a country in Central Africa. It is bordered by Nigeria to the west hence allowing visa free entry into the country by Nigerians. It is French and English speaking country, it is also dominated mostly by Muslim and Christian. The tallest mountain in West Africa is in Cameroun and terrain that includes rain forest, desert plains, mountains and high plateau. While in Cameroon, you can visit tourist sites like the Limbe Botanic Garden, Benedictine Museum of Mont Febe, National Museum of Yaounde and the Kribi.
Maldives has a rich and fresh bouquet of tourist attractions with most of its islands used predominantly for tourism and agriculture. Whether you want to dive and surf in its waters or you’re planning the perfect honeymoon, Maldives is the perfect country to go. Nigeria and Maldives ties have reached a height that enabled Nigerians Port Entry Visa for 30 days.
Iran is one of the safest places in the Middle East and is not associated with the problems that persist in neighbouring Iraq and Afghanistan. Also known as “the jewel in Islam’s crown”, it combines glorious architecture with a warm-hearted welcome. Iran is first and foremost an outdoor destination. Local people favour active holidays, and you’ll be invited – even expected – to join them. The list of activities on offer is quite endless, with the most popular pursuits skiing, diving and hiking in the mountains, and increasingly, cycling. Tourist centres in Iran are the Ancient cities, Armenian churches, Museum; which houses an impressive collection worth over $2.5 billion dollars, the Palaces or tombs of Famous people like Cyprus the Great, Imam and Reza, Mordechai and Esther, etc.
- Fiji Island
Fiji is the hub of the South West Pacific, midway between Vanuatu and Tonga. Fiji has one of the most developed economies in the Pacific due to an abundance of forest, mineral, and fish resources. Today, the main sources of foreign exchange are its tourist industry and sugar exports. Fiji consists of 332islands (of which 106 are inhabited) and 522 smaller islets. The two most important islands are Viti Levu and Vanua Levu, which account for about three-quarters of the total land area of the country. Fiji is the perfect holiday destination. Fiji is also the home of happiness. As a Nigerian Passport holder, you can stay in the country for 4 months without a visa, but you may need a visitor’s permit for the period of your stay. This permit can be renewed after the visa-free period. In Fiji, you can explore the incredible beaches, diverse marine life and some of the most appealing tropical scenery.
- Cape Verde
Cape Verde is one of the most exotic island getaways in the world. The country offers Nigerians visa-free entry. This island country is located off the West African coast. The official language is Portuguese and the national language is Kriolu. The weather is welcoming due to the surrounding seas. Tourism has been flourishing in Cape Verde, making it a great centre of tourist attraction. Cape Verde is said to be a safer destination for solo women travellers. There are loads of fresh fruits for those that enjoy eating fruits. This is a great place for Nigerians to visit without a visa.
Georgia is a beautiful country in Eurasia. Georgia is located between Western Asia and Eastern Europe, hence the name Eurasia. Georgia is famous for it’s ancient Orthodox churches, many of them built right on mountains of the Caucasus. Some notable cone-shaped cupolas include: Jvari Monastery, Tsminda Sameba Cathedral, Tbilisi Sioni Cathedral and the Gelati Monastery amongst others. Nigerian nationals are given a 30-day free visa on arrival in the country.
Mauritius is an English/French-speaking country with tropical climate, making it a nice and warm place to be. It also has clear, warm sea waters and beaches which make it impeccable for fun activities like snorkelling and scuba diving. You have to present your passport at the point of entry, and you will also need to have at least $100 as a proof of sufficient fund.
Republic of Ghana formally known as Gold Coast is famous for its diverse wildlife, old forts and secluded beaches, such as Busua, various slave trade historic artifacts such as forts built by the British, Dutch, Danish, Germans, Portuguese, and the Swedish dotted along the coast. You can also hangout on the beautiful beaches such as Kokrobite and Winneba. Ghana is one of the most interesting West African countries to visit without having to apply for visa. However, you will need to present a return ticket and passport at the point of entry.
Kenya is known as one of Africa’s most impressive locations for a vacation. Iconic landmarks such as Mount Kenya stand above the Savannah flat lands and tropical woodlands while its waterfalls are nestled within the foothills. Nigerians have access to 90 days free visa entry into Kenya.
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