Top Visa- Free Vacation Destinations with Nigerian Passport

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Nigeria, the Giant of Africa, is a country with a lot to offer. Nigeria is home to leaders, pioneers, and overachievers in respective fields worldwide with a hardworking population. Nigerians can rise above any difficult situation. A difficulty Nigerians face often is obtaining visas. Sometimes citizens just need a break, a vacation destination to relax and forget the hustle for a minute. Not knowing what the Nigerian passport has to offer, numerous Nigerians spend hours, days and nights at embassies trying to secure a visa. Have you ever asked, “which countries do not need a visa?”, “how many countries are visa-free for Nigeria?”. If only you knew. Over 40 countries worldwide are visa-free with a Nigerian passport. The passport does not limit you to West Africa these countries spread across other continents too and is visa-free,  you wouldn’t believe.

These are top visa-free vacation destinations with a Nigerian passport

1. Maldives

The Maldives is the ideal Instagram location goal. This luxurious island is visa-free for Nigerian citizens, allowing up to 30 days stay. The Maldives is a tropical island with crystal blue waters extending beyond a visible point. The Maldives is a Muslim nation, it has great ocean life and alcohol is prohibited outside resorts. It is also one of the safest holiday destinations in the world.

2. Barbados

Barbados tourism location

The Barbados tourist visa is not required for citizens of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. This permits a stay of up to 6 months. Barbados is a nation island belonging to a group of islands in North America. Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Caribbean. Sights to see in Barbados are the culture rich museums, sugar plantations, windmills, Mount Hillaby, beaches and many more. The land of the flying fish is one place to be.

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3. Fiji

Fiji, another visa-free destination for Nigerians, is a South Pacific Island popularly known for its beautiful waters. This island nation consists of 332 islands with 110 being inhabited. Fiji lands are mainly mountainous and home to rainforests with sums up the acronym F.I.J.I, Fun In Jungle Island. When travelling with a Nigerian Passport to Fiji, it is important to check the current validity of your passport, make sure your passport has blank Visa pages and confirm if transit visa is required for any connections.

4. Madagascar


For Madagascar, a visa can be obtained upon arrival with a maximum stay of 90 days/ 3 months. Madagascar is the fourth largest island in the world. It is located Southeast of Africa, surrounded by the Indian Ocean with plant and animal species -just like the movie -unique to the island.

5. Seychelles

Seychelles is an East African island with almost half of its landmass occupied by national parks and reserves. The island’s government is keen on the environment and ecosystem protection. It is home to beautiful and rare bird species, sea creatures and giant land tortoises and crabs. Seychelles requires no visa for Nigerian citizens and allows a stay of 30 days.

No more having to camp for hours at embassies just for a vacation, travel visa-free. Where would you like to go?