43 Countries Every Nigerian Can Travel To Without VISA (You May Consider This)

Travelling outside this country will be much more fun if you understand the operating principles of these countries, in issues concerning  ‘welcome’ . While you plan, here is a list Of Visa Free Countries For Nigerian Passport Holders. This article will guide you make a decision on the countries you can visit/live without demands for visa and also remember that policies are prone to amendment. in other words, you can travel to any of these countries listed below so long as you have flight fare and with no criminal record.


There is a mutual Bilateral ties with Nigeria and Bangladesh that enable Nigerian Passport Holders to get their visa on arrival.

With a Nigerian Passport, you are allowed to live in Barbados for at least six months free.

Benin Republic
The neighboring West African state made her coexistence with Nigeria easier with Free Visa, as instituted by Economic community of West African States. (Ecowas)

Burkina Faso
This African brothers got it together here by making “Entry” to Burkina Faso for Nigerian Passport Holders Free.

Burundi offers Nigerians a 30 days visa on arrival at Bujumbura international Airport.

The Ecowas objective has enabled ‘free entry’ between Nigeria and Cameroon, the Border Brothers can move freely.

Cape Verde
The western African Portuguese colony has enabled Nigerian Passport holders visa free entry. And it’s Visa free all the way for Cape Verdean Passport holders to Nigeria.

Though we are here, to promote self-sustenance among Nigerians, there is still a need to look into opportunities from other neighbouring countries in Africa. Our country is very favourable for lots of economic growth but there is nothing wrong with developing other people from these nearby states.

Chad is one of the African countries that a Nigerian does not need a visa for. It’s totally free.

The South East African Islands Have gone beyond surrounding countries like Tanzania, Seychelles, Mozambique and Madagascar to extend a free Visa Entry to Nigeria.

Cote d’Ivoire
Cote d’Ivoire or Ivory Coast is another African country bonded by the rules of Ecowas, which means; Nigerians have got free Visa Entry.

The north Africans issue Nigerian Passport holders Visa on Arrival.

Commonwealth has brought Nigeria and Dominica to a common ground. This Carribean country offers Nigerians Free Entry Visa for 21 days.

This Oceania country is said to have one of the most developed economies in the Pacific. The good news to the Nigerian Passport holders is that; they can get to Fiji on 4 free Visa months.

The Gambia
Nigerian passport holders have got 90 days free Visa entry to their fellow African country Gambia.

The Western African Brothers have a lot in common; one of them is movement. Nigerians don’t need visas to get to Ghana, and Ghanaians don’t need visas for Nigeria.

The West African Francophone Country, sometimes called Guinea Conakry is a member of the Ecowas, Which gives Nigerians the right of Visa free Entry.
Guinea Bissau
The Portuguese colony is a member of Ecowas: Which means that Guinea is being governed by the freedom of movement rule among the member states. And that gives Nigerians the right of free Visa entry, but for 90 days.

The Carribean country has sought ways to expand bilateral ties with her Ancestry African countries. Nigerians thus, have 3 months visa free entry to Haiti.

Iran offers Nigerian Passport holders: Visa on Arrival.

In kenya, Nigerians get Visa on arrival. For Nigerian citizens living in Nigeria; it’s 90 days free Visa Entry.

Nigerians don’t need Visa to visit Liberia.

Nigerians get Visa on arrival in Madagascar for 90 days.

Nigeria and Maldives ties have reached a height that enabled Nigerians Port Entry Visa for 30 days. (Both are Commonwealth Members)

Nigerian Passport holders don’t need visa to visit Mali.

Mauritania offers Nigerians Visa on arrival.

Nigerians get Visa free Entry to Mauritius for 90 days.

In Micronesia, Nigerians get free Visa entry for 30 days.

The South and West African countries have a deal that enables Nigerians visiting Mozambique Visa on arrival for 30 days.

Note: These countries are as listed by 2014 statistics. Intending travelers are advised to make more inquiries, regarding their potential destinations and its economic status. 

In Nauru, Nigerians get Visa on arrival.

The African neighbors have free movement in common, Nigerians don’t need Visa for Niger.

In Palau, Nigerian Passport holders get Visa on Arrival.

Nigerians get Entry Permit on Arrival In Samoa for 60 days.

The West African Brothers got their movement at ease with the Ecowas ‘Rule that allows free movement in member states.

Visa Permit is issued to Nigerians on arrival at Seychelles for 1 month.

Sierra Leone
Sierra Leone is another West African Country that practices what is obtainable among Ecowas states- Freedom of Movement.

Nigerians get Visa on Arrival in Somalia for 30 days.

Sri Lanka
Nigerian Passport holders traveling to Sri Lanka will need “Electronic Travel Authorization” that will enable their 30 days stay.

Nigerians get Visa on arrival at Tanzania.

Timor-Leste offers Nigerians Visa on Arrival- 30 days

Nigerians don’t need Visa to visit Togo since it’s a Western African State.

Nigerians get their Visa on Arrival at Tuvalu- 1 month.

Uganda offers Nigerians Visa on Arrival.

Vanuatu offers Nigerian Passport holders free Visa Entry- 30 days.

Despite the assurances that covered the sources of this post, I advise that intending travelers make further inquires from respective Embassies of countries of interest before setting off. This will guide your interests abd to also ensure that they are still on their original grounds. Thanks for sharing.

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