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Visa Free Countries for Nigerians Passport Holders 2019

There are at least 46 countries that a Nigeria passport holder can travel to without visa. According to Henley Passport Index, Nigeria ranks 91 in terms of travel freedom ( tied with Republic of the Congo ).

Nevertheless, some visa free countries will require that you obtain a visa immediately on arrival, some will not even bother you with visa palava no matter how long you spend, some will require you to stay for a specific period before you are required to get a visa.

Below are the lists of visa free countries for all Nigeria passport holders and how long required to stay in the particular country.

                                                   Africans

Benin Republic                       (Visa Free)

Burkina Faso                           (Visa Free)

Burundi                                   (Visa on arrival for 30days)

Cape Verde                              (Visa on arrival)

Cameroon                               (Visa Free)

Chad                                        (Visa Free)

Comoros Island                     (Visa on arrival)

Cote d’Ivoire                          (Visa free)

Djibouti                                   (Visa on arrival)

Gambia                                   (Visa free for 90 days)

Ghana                                      (Visa free)

Guinea                                     (Visa free)

Guinea Bissau                       (Visa free for 90 days)

Kenya                                      (Visa on arrival for 90 days)

Maldives                                (Visa on arrival for 30 days)

Mali                                        (Visa free)

Mauritania                           (Visa on arrival)

Mozambique                        (Visa free for 30 days)

Niger Republic                     (Visa free)

Senegal                                 (Visa free)

Seychelles                             (Visitor’s permit on arrival for 1 month)

Sierra Leone                        (Visa free)

Somalia                                (Visa on arrival)

Tanzania                             (Visa on arrival)

Togo                                     (Visa free)

Uganda                                (Visa on arrival)                                                    

America

Barbados                              (Visa free for 6month)

Dominica                             (Visa free for 21 days)

Haiti                                      (Visa free for 3 month)

Ecuador                                (Visa free)                                                      

Asia

Iran                                        (Visa on arrival)

Sri Lanka                               (electronic travel authorization)

Timor-Liste                           (Visa on arrival for 30 days)

Cambodia                              (Visa on arrival for 30 days)

Bangladesh                            (visa on arrival)

           Oceania

Micronesia                             (Visa free for 30 days)

Nauru                                     (Visa on arrival)

Vanuatu                                  (Visa free for 30 days)

Palau                                      (Visa on arrival for 90 days)

Tuvalu                                    (Visa on arrival for 30 days)

Samoa                                    (Entry permit on arrival for 60 days)

Fiji                                          (Visa free for 4 months)

Worthy of note: Wikipedia included these countries as free visa for Nigeria (both e-visa, free and some month’s visa).

Gabon, Zambia, Sao Tome and Principe, Mauritius, Ethiopia, Lesotho, Liberia, Rwanda, Madagascar, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Nicaragua, Antiqua and Barbuda, Kyrgyzstan.

Wikipedia excluded these ones

Tanzania, Burundi, Nauru, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh.

 Ecuador is newly declared as free visa country for Nigerians

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