Visa Free Countries for Nigerians 2020

Yes, You can travel out of Nigeria without a Visa and there are many options, you’d be spoilt for choice.

Are there Visa Free Countries for Nigerians?

What are the immigration requirements?

And for how long can they stay?

Well, I’m going to tell you.

And the answer is very simple, so simple…. and Some plain talk about a simple topic that most Nigerians find confusing…. And the truth about getting the U.S, Canadian or Schengen Visa application

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It Breaks My Heart!

You see…

Securing a visa in this country is unnecessarily strenuous.

It is HARD!

You don’t just need Luck.

You need God, you need your ancestors, you need everyone’s prayers…

You need the magic leprechaun, your horseshoe, rabbits foot and every other lucky charm you can think of.

But that’s not the worst part.

Sometimes, you go through all that visa wahala only for your application to be denied –and on top your hard-earned money oh! You must have heard the story of the Nigerian student whose experience at the US embassy is nothing close to cool.

This people sef.

Maybe the consulate officer just didn’t like you – or maybe the colour of your shirt upset him or something.

I’m serious.

A lot of well-meaning Nigerians are turned back for no reason at all.

ReadWhat You Need to Know to Get Your USA Visa Application Approved

This visa application thing can be very frustrating, especially U.S and Canada (but it need not be if you know how… I’ll explain why before I’m done.)

Visa Free Countries for Nigerians

However, for now, let me just say that…if you already have your Nigerian passport, you could be … On your way to an adventure of a lifetime

And here’s why…

Did you know?

That… With a valid Nigerian passport, you cantravel to 40+ countries without going through the trouble of applying for a visa?

I’m talking about incredible holiday destinations with amazing beaches, breath-taking magical islands, incredible mountain scenery, captivating colonial architecture and a whole lot more.

Just you, and your loved one(s).

Better yet, just you alone… especially if you need to take some time off away from the hustle and bustle of this semi-mad world.

So here’s how it works.

Almost everyone who has a valid passport is entitled to visa free travel to certain countries.

It just depends on the political, economic and historical ties of your home country with the nations involved.

So let’s boogie.

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How any Nigerian can enjoy visa free Travel… for as long as 3weeks to 6months!

As long as you have a valid Nigerian passport with up to 6months validity, you can make the most of the wonderful travel destinations (mentioned below) without the tedious paperwork….

….and all that stress that discourages most travellers from enjoying the luxury and comfort of their preferred holiday destinations.

But these luxuries are not peculiar to just one part of the world are they?

Contrary to what you’ve been told, most countries you think very little of, are unique and offer a lot of memorable adventures not obtainable anywhere else.

You say I’m just pulling your legs?

Okay Santiago…

Consider these:

  • Sri Lanka is Visa on Arrival for up to 30 Days.
  • Barbados is also among the Visa free Countries a Nigerian passport holder can visit and stay for up to 6 Months. English is the official language here so communication is not a problem.

Barbados boasts of 60 amazing beaches. You are spoilt for choice.

Barbados - Visa Free Countries For Nigerians

  • Dominica is Visa Free for 21 Days
  • Bangladesh is Visa on Arrival for up to 30 Days. However, all visitors have to possess a return ticket and a plausible financial account. (Which is fair enough).
  • Maldives is Visa on Arrival for up to 90 Days
  • Samoa is Visa on Arrival for up to 60 Days
  • Kenya is Visa on Arrival for up to 90 Days
  • Fiji Island is Visa Free for 4 Months

As you can see, the time frame differs with each country.

But it sure beats the stress of having to process a visa (which isn’t even guaranteed) before embarking on your journey….. [Remember, getting a visa application approved can be a truly simple process once you learn how to go about it… just read on]

Read: The Best African Country to Visit Now

Anyway, all I’m trying to say is, one of the many advantages of exploring these options available to Nigerian passport holders is it reduces…

The stress and Potential Heartbreak you’d normally Experience while planning Expensive vacations.

Here’s a list of other visa free countries you can visit without processing a visa or at least until you arrive at the airport….

Bangladesh (Visa on arrival, 30 days permit)
Burkina Faso (Visa free)
Benin Republic (Visa free for 3 months)
Burundi (Visa free for 3 months)
Chad (Visa free for 3 months)
Cameroun (Visa free for 3 months)
Cote D’ivoire (Visa free)
Comoros (Visa on arrival)
Cape Verde (Visa on arrival)
Dominica (Visa free for 21 days)
Djibouti (Visa on arrival)
Fiji (Visa free for 4 months)
Ghana (Visa free)
Guinea (Visa free)
Guinea Bissau (Visa free for 90 days)
The Gambia (Visa free for 90 days)
Haiti (Visa free for 3 months)
Iran (Visa on arrival)
Laos (Visa on arrival for 90 days)
Liberia (Visa free)
Mali (Visa free)
Madagascar (Visa on arrival for 90 days)
Mauritius (Visa free for 90 days)
Micronesia (Visa free for 30 days)
Maldives (30 days visa free)
Mauritania (Visa on arrival)
Mozambique (Visa free for 30 days)
Niger Republic (Visa free)
Nauru (Visa on arrival)
Palau (Visa on arrival for 90 days)
Senegal (Visa free)
Samoa (60 days entry permit on arrival)
Somalia (Visa on arrival)
Sri Lanka (Electronic travel authorization)
Sierra Leone (Visa free)
Togo (Visa free)
Tanzania (Visa on arrival)
Tuvalu (30 days visa on arrival)
Timor Leste (Visa on arrival for 30 days)
Uganda (Visa on arrival)
Vanuatu (Visa free for 30 days)

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And you see my friend… you don’t have to visit all of them.

The essence of what I’ve done, is to make you see your range of options and that even without a pre-paid visa, it’s still possible for you to

Enjoy the luxury of breath-taking destinations.

Take Cambodia for example…

  • Visa on arrival for 30days
  • A country of tourist attractions
  • Cambodia’s beaches are a great place to be, especially for people who crave solitude.
  • Cambodians are a benevolent bunch. They are assiduous and very welcoming as a people.

And what about the intriguing and idyllic beach experiences of Zanzibar in Tanzania?

Zanzibar, Tanzania | The Best African Countries to Visit

An excellent (and insanely romantic) holiday destination that is absolutely worth your while?

This thing about visa free countries (or visa on arrival) for Nigerian passport holders is perhaps, one of the most overlooked privileges by Nigerians who are so obsessed with Europe and the rest of the so-called developed world…

So obsessed that they fail to take advantage of the possibilities in front of them.

Please don’t get me wrong.

I’m not saying you should cancel your travel plans to your preferred destination –sometimes, getting a foreign visa is even simpler than you’d expect… especially for countries like U.S, Canada and Europe… where hundreds of Nigerians are getting turned back on a weekly basis… but it need not be.

There’s a simple way around this…. And you can find out how by filling the simple form at the end of this message (after that, you’ll get a response via email almost immediately and everything will be explained to you as simply as 1+2 = 3).

Anyway…

All I’m saying is, as far as being a Nigerian passport holder is concerned….

Your choices are not as limited as you think they are.

Again, all you need is a valid Nigerian passport (with 6months validity)… and 2 recent-passport photographs.

You’re not required to make any prior visa arrangements to enter these countries.

Of course, for Visa on arrival countries, you’ll need a little cash to cover for your visa fee.

From my Research, Anything between $100 – $300 will do.

Usually, the fees are less, I’m just estimating.

Your visa will be issued as soon as you arrive the airport or border control – Then your passport will be stamped too.

Now you know visa free countries for Nigerians, with a lot more options, the question is…

Why not go all the way?

I have only one thing left to say…

Go for it!

Okay – I have one more thing left to say… it’s very important, after that, I promise to behave.

You remember how some paragraphs ago, I mentioned that getting a U.S, Canadian or Schengen visa can be a very simple process once you know the amazingly simple ways to go about it?

You remember?

Great.

So if you’re truly serious about processing your visa to U.S, Canada, and Schengen plus you want to make absolutely certain that your application is approved – without paying a dime to anybody until you’re at least 60% in on your visa application, (or travel now and pay later) it can be done.

It’s simple, it’s ethical, and believe it or not, it is 100% risk free.

Just fill the form below (and kindly fill it now), then hold onto your phone because you’ll be contacted almost immediately …..And please understand that no one will ask you to pay a dime until you can see for yourself that your visa application is as good as guaranteed.

Can anything be fairer?

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PS: And I’m not kidding….

This thing about the U.S, Canadian or Schengen visa application being amazingly simple is as true as sunrise tomorrow…. Well, you’ll soon see for yourself what I mean.

If you haven’t filled the form, please scroll back up and fill it now as the requests, enquiries and consultations at this time of the year are endless…. This invitation is only being extended to you because all of this is really just a labour of love and patriotism.

Remember, you’ll be getting a message very soon… so you want to be sure you get the extremely time-sensitive information that you simply can’t afford to miss….. That’s if you’re truly serious about getting your US, Canadian or Schengen visa approved.

Okay, that’s it for now.

I said I’ll behave.

There you have seen the visa free countries for Nigerians, you might want to find out how to purchase cheap tickets

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