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10 Countries You Can Travel To Without Visa As A Nigerian

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Nigerians can be found in most countries of the world as it seems getting a visa into some is not so difficult.Countries

According to a US survey, Nigerians in the US are one of the highest educated migration groups. The drive of searching for a better life, quality education, and greener pastures has pushed Nigerians to look beyond the borders of the country. Nigerians are unique to the point that when they are seen beyond the shores of Nigeria and Africa, there is always that distinctiveness about them. If you are wondering what country eliminates the visa-trouble for Nigerians, look no further. Here are 10 countries that you can travel to without visa as a Nigerian;

1. Barbados

Barbados, is one of the countries Nigerians can travel to without visa. It is a beautiful country which is located on the eastern parts of the Caribbean islands. Surrounded by beaches and can also boast of caves and other interesting tourist attractions to be explored. A lot of people know Barbados as the home of Billionaire beauty mogul and singer Rihanna. As a Nigerian, it is definitely nice to know you do not need a visa to step into Rihanna’s country.
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2. Georgia
Georgia is the only European country which offers Nigerians visa on arrival, and it is also categorized as a visa-free country because the visa is only issued on arrival into the country.
3. Mauritius
A lot of people think of Mauritius and think of vacation, beaches, sunny sky, but not everyone knows that you can travel to this country as a Nigerian without a visa. Situated in East Africa is the charming Indian Ocean island nation that offers you gorgeous nature, international influences and exceptional wildlife. Mauritius offer Nigerians, visa-free stay for a duration of 90 days in the country.
4. Gambia
The Gambia is an overlooked African holiday destination, but it has much to offer in the way of its palm-fringed beaches, nature reserves, bird watching, culture and history. The intriguing capital city of Banjul has an alluring charm with its captivating history, golden beaches and aromatic markets. Nigerian passport holders are allowed a period of 90 days of free visa entry into Gambia, but you will be expected to produce a return ticket.
5. Iran
Situated off the coast of the Persian Gulf is the charming nation of Iran. It offers diverse landscapes, majestic architecture and exceptional culture. Nigerians are allowed to visit Iran without a visa and stay for some days.

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6. Seychelles
Seychelles is another holiday destination for a lot of people and it is indeed refreshing to know that this beautiful country allows Nigerians in without visa. Seychelles is a visa-free country, but intending visitors to Seychelles are advised to apply for a 1-month extendable visa before arrival into the country.7. Madagascar
Madagascar is an island country located in the Indian Ocean, off the coast of south-east Africa. This amazing country that everyone wants to visit allows Nigerians to get Visa on arrival in Madagascar for a duration of 90 days.
8. Dominican Republic
This Caribbean country offers Nigerians Free Entry Visa for 21 days, and it is one of the non-African countries, you can gain access to without a visa, but you must show your return ticket.
9. Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka is a country known for its tea plantations, exotic wildlife and glorious beaches. Nigerian Passport holders traveling to Sri Lanka will need an “Electronic Travel Authorization” that will enable their stay in the country which allows a 30 days stay without a visa.
10. Bangladesh
Bangladesh located in the Asian continent is another non-African country which allows visa-free entry for Nigerians, but a Visa is issued on arrival for a period of 30 days.

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