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Visa Free Countries for Nigeria – Ultimate Travel List

Here is a comprehensive guide to all the visa-free countries for Nigerian citizens.


Nigerian citizens need a visa to travel to most countries around the world. However, there are a few exceptions. Here is a comprehensive guide to all the visa-free countries for Nigerian citizens.

Which country is easy for Nigerians to get a visa?

There is no definitive answer to this question as each country has different visa requirements for Nigerians. However, some countries that may be easier for Nigerians to obtain a visa include Ghana, Senegal, and Kenya.

Countries With Visa on Arrival for Nigerians

Here is a list of countries Nigerians can visit with a visa on arrival:

  1. Benin Republic (visa costs N23,000 and it’s valid for 90 days)
  2. Burkina Faso (visa costs N23,000 and it’s valid for 90 days)
  3. Cape Verde (visa costs N6,000 and it’s valid for 30 days)
  4. Comoros (visa costs N30,000 and it’s valid for 90 days)
  5. Cote d’Ivoire (visa costs N23,000 and it’s valid for 90 days)
  6. Djibouti (visa costs N23,000 and it’s valid for 90 days)
  7. Gabon (visa costs N23,000 and it’s valid for 90 days)
  8. Gambia (visa costs N23,000 and it’s valid for 90 days)
  9. Guinea-Bissau (visa costs N23,000 and it’s valid for 90 days)
  10. Kenya (visa costs N30,000 and it’s valid for 90 days)
  11. Madagascar (visa costs N16,000 and it’s valid for 180 days)
  12. Malawi (visa costs N14,000 and it’s valid for 30 days)
  13. Mali (visa costs N23,000 and it’s valid for 90 days)
  14. Mauritania (visa costs N23,000 and it’s valid for 90 days)
  15. Mauritius (visa costs N14,000 and it’s valid for 30 days)
  16. Morocco (visa costs N30,000 and it’s valid for 90 days)
  17. Mozambique (visa costs N23,000 and it’s valid for 90 days)
  18. Namibia (visa costs N16,000 and it’s valid for 90 days)
  19. Niger (visa costs N23,000 and it’s valid for 90 days)
  20. Nigeria (visa costs N16,000 and it’s valid for 180 days)
  21. Rwanda (visa costs N23,000 and it’s valid for 90 days)
  22. Sao Tome and Principe (visa costs N3,000 and it’s valid for 90 days)
  23. Senegal (visa costs N23,000 and it’s valid for 90 days)
  24. Seychelles (visa costs N12,000 and it’s valid for 90 days)
  25. South Africa (visa costs N16,000 and it’s valid for 90 days)
  26. Sudan (visa costs N16,000 and it’s valid for 180 days)
  27. Tanzania (visa costs N13,000 and it’s valid for 90 days)
  28. Togo (visa costs N16,000 and it’s valid for 90 days)
  29. Tunisia (visa costs N30,000 and it’s valid for 90 days)
  30. Uganda (visa costs N23,000 and it’s valid for 90 days)
  31. Zambia (visa costs N13,000 and it’s valid for 30 days)
  32. Zimbabwe (visa costs N16,000 and it’s valid for 180 days)

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Coverage from 5 days to 2 years


Documents Nigerians have to have for visa-free travel

  1. A valid passport with at least 6 months remaining before expiration
  2. A completed visa application form
  3. A passport-sized photograph
  4. Proof of onward travel
  5. Proof of sufficient funds
  6. A yellow fever vaccination certificate (if traveling from a country where yellow fever is endemic)

All the best!

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