Visa-free countries for Nigerians !

Visa-free countries for Nigerians !

These 44 countries are mostly based in Africa, but there are some which are not.

Some will grant you visa upon arrival for a small fee.

Here is a list of Visa-Free countries:

Bangladesh (Visa on arrival)
Barbados (Visa free for 6 months)
Benin Republic (Visa free)
Burkina Faso (Visa free)
Burundi (Visa on arrival for 30 days)
Cameroon (Visa free)
Cape Verde (Visa on arrival)
Chad (Visa free)
Comoros Island (Visa on arrival)
Cote d’Ivoire (Visa free)
Djibouti (Visa on arrival)
Dominican (Visa free for 21 days)
Fiji Island (Visa free for four months)
Gambia (Visa free for 90 days)
Georgia (Visa on arrival)
Ghana (Visa free)
Guinea (Visa free)
Guinea Bissau (Visa free for 90 days)
Haiti (Visa free for 90 days)
Iran (Visa on arrival)
Kenya (Visa on arrival for 90 days)
Liberia (Visa free)
Madagascar (Visa on arrival for 90 days)
Maldives (Visa on arrival for 30 days)
Mali (Visa free)
Mauritania (Visa on arrival)
Mauritius (Visa free for 90 days)
Micronesia (Visa free for 30 days)
Mozambique (Visa on arrival for 30 days)
Nauru (Visa on arrival)
Niger Republic (Visa free)
Palau (Visa on arrival for 30 days )
Samoa (Visa on arrival for 60 days )
Senegal ( Visa free )
Seychelles (Visa on arrival for 30 days)
Sierra Leone (Visa free)
Somalia (Visa on arrival)
Sri Lanka (Electronic travel authorisation)
Tanzania (Visa on arrival)
Timor-Leste (Visa on arrival for 30 days)
Togo (Visa free)
Tuvalu (Visa on arrival for 30 days)
Uganda (Visa on arrival)
Vanuatu (Visa free for 30 days)
Nigerians have for some time faced enormous problems when going to a foreign embassy to apply for visa.

It is estimated that millions of Nigerians yearly get rejected in embassies all over the world.

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