COUNTRIES YOU CAN VISIT WITHOUT A VISA AS A NIGERIAN CITIZEN

To embark on an international trip, you will need an International Passport and a visa. Most times, a passport is easier to get but getting a visa might be a tough one.

As a global opportunist, and growth hacker, I would like to share with you that there are 46 countries you can visit with a Nigerian passport without a visa or at worst you get your visa on arrival at the destination port.

Your airline ticket/or your transportation fee is a must. 

Some countries require that you meet up with personal travel allowance, If not, you may not be allowed into their country at the point of entry.

You must tell them the reason for visiting their country, maybe tourism, or training, or conference, or education.

If you are visiting any of the visa-free countries, do make sure you have your;

  • International Passport
  • Proof of Sufficient Funds
  • Accommodation Fee.

Here is a list of the countries and their respective continents;

  • ASIA
  1. Cambodia
  2. Maldives
  3. Timor-Leste
  • AFRICA
  1. Benin
  2. Burkina Faso
  3. Cameroon
  4. Cape Verde Islands
  5. Chad
  6. Comores Islands
  7. Cote d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast)
  8. Ethiopia
  9. The Gambia
  10. Ghana
  11. Guinea
  12. Guinea-Bissau
  13. Kenya
  14. Liberia
  15. Madagascar
  16. Mali
  17. Mauritania
  18. Mauritius
  19. Mozambique
  20. Namibia
  21. Niger
  22. Rwanda
  23. Senegal
  24. Seychelles
  25. Sierra Leone
  26. Somalia
  27. Togo
  28. Uganda
  • OCEANIA
  1. Cook Islands
  2. Fiji
  3. Micronesia
  4. Niue
  5. Palau Islands
  6. Samoa
  7. Tuvalu
  8. Vanuatu
  • CARIBBEAN
  1. Barbados
  2. Dominica
  3. Haiti
  4. Montserrat
  5. St. Kitts and Nevis
  • MIDDLE EAST
  1. Iran
  2. Lebanon

Data Source: Henley Passport Index 2021

MY TAKEAWAY

Travelling to a visa-free country takes out the extra travel cost attached to getting a visa while still enjoying the travel experience. All countries cannot be like the United States of America. But please never underestimate any country, you can get life rewarding opportunities in some of those non-popular countries than the U.S. In fact, the US passport is not in the list of 5 strongest passport in the world, it takes the 7th position.

Please do your independent research and investigation before embarking on international trips to any of the countries.

Our company, ibugbe.com can help you secure temporary accommodation or real estate investment abroad. It is important your passport is valid for at least 6 months from your date of arrival.

Explore the world and seek global opportunities for yourself and your family.

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