The Maldives is open to Nigerians. A valid Nigerian passport holder can get a thirty-day free visa issued on arrival provided you have a valid return ticket out of Maldives.
The beautiful love child and pride of East Africa; Seychelles is visa on arrival for Nigerians. The country’s visa-free policy gives room for visitors to get 30 days to stay permit which is issued on arrival.
Nigeria government have Bilateral ties with Mauritius, which mean Nigerians are only a flight away from one of the world’s most visited travel destination. A return flight ticket and proof of self self-sustenance during your trip are just all you need to get no less than a 30 days visa on arrival.
Want to travel to the beautiful Southeast Asian country of Cambodia? You can get a visa on arrival for a period of 30 days.
The home of coffee and HRH Haile Sellasie; Ethiopia, readily opens its borders to Nigerian passport holders and a visa on arrival is issued only at the Addis Ababa Bole International Airport with a gift of up to 90 days.
With your Nigerian passport, you can stay up to 90 days in the country of Madagascar without a visa.
Kenya is a beautiful tourist destination and has a lot of wildlife, safari and historical places on offer. Cities to explore include Nairobi and Mombassa with the hosts generally welcoming and helpful. Visa is also at the point of entry.
Uganda is one of the Eastern African nations with rich historical cuisine and amazing sites such as Lake Victoria and others. Nigerians can travel to Uganda and obtain visa at the point of entry. All you need is a valid Nigerian passport, a vaccination certificate for Yellow Fever and a passport-sized photograph.
Located in Eastern Africa, Nigerians can travel to Comoros without a visa and can get the visa on arrival for just $50.
This is an Island country that is found in the West African coast. It is one of the most welcoming tourist destinations on the continent as it has great weather and beautiful spots that you could have a splendid vacation.
In East Africa, one of the best places to visit from Nigeria is Djibouti. You may require a visa on arrival at an affordable rate.
Ghana – popularly known as the gateway to Africa, Ghana has always opened its gates to Nigerian citizens. A valid Nigerian passport holder is always welcomed for up to 90 days in the gold coast with its visa on arrival policy.
The Land of Ivory, just as her name Cote d’ Ivoire implies is visa-free to Nigerians for up to 90 days.
Nigerians can get visas at the entry point to visit the massive deserts and wildlife conservations in this hugely vast country.
Located in the West Africa, Burkina Faso is a visa free country for Nigerian who would love to stay as long as they like. The Country is boasts of a gold reserve and is rich in music and art like the drumming culture.
As a Nigerian passport holder, can visit the Benin Republic and stay for 3 months without a visa.
(Visa free for 30 days)
(Visa free for 21 days)
(Visa on arrival)
(Visa free for 4 months)
(Visa free for 90 days)