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44 countries to travel to without Visa

Have you being considering on where to travel to for your vacation, shopping, tourism and many more? Relax there are 44 countries to go as a Nigerian citizen with no visa... yes, with only your international passport you're good to go. While some may require you to get visa on arrival others are completely free visa.  Most of the countries are African countries while some are Oceania and Asian countries. Let's travel...Not only that are free visa countries but also cheap flights and hotel  accommodations. Check out here


Below are the full list of the 44 countries.


1. Bangladesh (Visa on arrival)
2. Barbados ( Visa free for 6 months)
3. Benin Republic ( Visa free)
4. Burkina Faso ( Visa free)
5. Burundi ( Visa on arrival for 30days)
6. Cameroon ( Visa free)
7. Cape Verde ( Visa on arrival)
8. Chad ( Visa free)
9. Comoros Island ( Visa on arrival)
10. Cote d’ivoire ( Visa free )
11. Djibouti ( Visa on arrival )
12. Dominican ( Visa free for 21 days )
13. Fiji Island ( Visa free for 4 months)
14. Gambia ( Visa free for 90days )
15. Georgia ( Visa on arrival )
16. Ghana ( Visa free )
17. Guinea ( Visa free )
18. Guinea Bissau
( Visa free for 90 days )
19. Haiti ( Visa free for 90 days )
20. Iran ( Visa on arrival )
21. Kenya ( Visa on arrival for 90 days )
22. Liberia ( Visa free )
23. Madagascar ( Visa on arrival for 90 days )
24. Maldives ( Visa on arrival for 30 days )
25. Mali ( Visa free )
26. Mauritania ( Visa on arrival )
27. Mauritius ( Visa free for 90days )
28. Micronesia ( Visa free for 30 days )
29. Mozambique ( Visa on arrival for 30 days )
30. Nauru ( Visa on arrival )
31. Niger republic ( Visa free )
32. Palau ( Visa on arrival for 30 days )
33. Samoa ( Visa on arrival for 60 days )
34. Senegal ( Visa free )
35. Seychelles (Visa on arrival for 30
days )
36. Sierra Leone ( Visa free )
37. Somalia ( Visa on arrival )
38. Sri Lanka( Electronic travel authorisation )
39.Tanzania ( Visa on arrival )
40. Timor-Leste ( Visa on arrival for 30 days )
41. Togo ( Visa free )
42. Tuvalu ( Visa on arrival for 30 days )
43. Uganda ( Visa on arrival )
44. Vanuatu ( Visa free for 30 days

Comments

  1. 44 countries is a good number :) How many have you been to?

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    1. Just 5!but will be on top of them soon... Really a good way to travel! Thanks for dropping by Mamta

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  2. Really good list for all Nigerian citizens! I'm grateful for my Slovenian passport who gets me almost anywhere (with or without Visa). :)

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    1. Oh my God! With or without a Visa? That's amazing. Thanks for sharing Masa

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  3. Handy list for Nigerians abroad! And a great way to avoid paying a lot for visas to other countries.

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  4. These are great tips! Luckily as an American I don't have to worry about visas quite as much.

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    1. That's great. Just like Slovenians. Thanks for sharing Rosalie

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  5. Looks like there are a lot of options for traveling if you live in Nigeria! Of course, Africa has some of the most beautiful places in the world to travel to!

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    1. You're on point Sandy. Thanks for checking

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  6. Im from the Philippines and just like your Nigerian Passport, it's not exactly powerful and i share the same struggle of applying visa to certain countries.

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    1. Exactly! But that wouldn't stop us from travelling. Thanks Jen

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  7. This is very interesting and I'm sure it'll help a lot of people who might not know about these visa free countries!

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  8. Woah!! That's a whole lot of countries to cover. the Indian passport is relatively weak. We need a visa for most places. I alternate between visa and visa-free countries to save some hassle. :) Cheers!!

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  9. 44 is a good number to start with traveling. Good luck in ticking off each one on the list.

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