44 Visa Free Countries For Nigerians this 2019 (Updated List)

As a bearer of the 57th most useful passport in the world, there are 44 countries around the world where you can travel to as a Nigerian passport holder without a visa this 2019.

While some may require you to get a visa on arrival, others are completely without any visa. And not just some African countries, some Oceania and Asia countries are included on the list.

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The List of Visa Free Countries Every Nigerian Can Visit Without A Visa in 2019

1. Bangladesh: This South Asian Country has a mutual Bilateral ties with Nigeria, which offers Nigerian Passport holders free 30-day visa upon arrival. Additional Information: visitors not holding a return or onward ticket will be denied entry. Also, proof of sufficient funds is required.

2. Barbados: Barbados offers Nigerian Passport holders six months Visa free. However, visitors are required to have sufficient funds to cover their stay as well as a return or onward ticket with them.

3. Republic of Benin: The neighboring West African state made her coexistence with Nigeria easier with Free Visa, as instituted by Economic community of West African States. (ECOWAS)

4. Burkina Faso: This African brothers got it together here by making “Entry” to Burkina Faso for Nigerian Passport Holders Free.

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5. Burundi: Burundi offers Nigerians a 30 days visa on arrival at Bujumbura international Airport.

6. Cameroon: The Ecowas objective has enabled ‘free entry’ between Nigeria and Cameroon, the Border Brothers can move freely.

7. Cape Verde: The western African Portuguese colony has enabled Nigerian Passport holders visa free entry. And it’s Visa free all the way for Cape Verdean Passport holders to Nigeria.

8. Chad: Chad is one of the African countries that a Nigerian does not need a visa for. It’s totally free.

9. Comoros: The South East African Islands has gone beyond surrounding countries like Tanzania, Seychelles, Mozambique and Madagascar to extend a free Visa Entry to Nigeria.

10. Cote d’Ivoire: Cote d’Ivoire or Ivory Coast is another African country bonded by ECOWAS rules, meaning, Nigerians have got free Visa Entry for 90 days.

11. Djibouti: The north Africans issue Nigerian Passport holders Visa on Arrival.

12. Dominica: Commonwealth has brought Nigeria and Dominica to a common ground. This Carribean country offers Nigerians Free Entry Visa for 21 days.

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13. Fiji Island: This Oceania country is said to have one of the most developed economies in the Pacific. The good news to Nigerian Passport holders, is that they can stay in the country for 4-months, but may need a visitor permit for the period og their stay and can be renewed after the visa free period.

Additional Information: visitors are required to have a return or onward ticket with them, as well as sufficient funds to cover their living expenses.

14. Gambia: Nigerian passport holders have got 90 days free Visa entry to their fellow African country Gambia

15. Ghana: The Western African Brothers have a lot in common; one of them is movement. Nigerians don’t need visas to get to Ghana, and Ghanaian don’t need visas for Nigeria.

16. Guinea: The West African Francophone Country, sometimes called Guinea Conakry is a member of the ECOWAS, given Nigerians the right of Visa free Entry.

17. Guinea Bissau: The Portuguese colony is a member of ECOWAS and that gives Nigerians the right of free Visa entry, but for 90 days.

18. Haiti: The Carribean country has sought ways to expand bilateral ties with her Ancestry African countries. Nigerians thus, have 3 months visa free entry to Haiti.

19. Iran: Iran offers Nigerian Passport holders: Visa on Arrival.

20. Kenya: Nigerians get Visa on arrival in Kenya. For Nigerian citizens living in Nigeria; it’s 90 days free Visa Entry.

21. Liberia: Nigerians don’t need  Visa to visit Liberia.

22. Madagascar: Nigerians get Visa on arrival in Madagascar for 90 days.

23. Maldives: Nigeria and Maldives ties have reached a height that enabled Nigerians Port Entry Visa for 30 days. (Both are Commonwealth Members).

24. Mali: Nigerian Passport holders don’t need visa to visit Mali.

25. Mauritania: Mauritania offers Nigerians Visa on arrival.

26. Micronesia: In Micronesia, Nigerians get free Visa entry for 30 days.

27. Mozambique: The South and West African countries have a deal that enables Nigerians visiting Mozambique, visa on arrival for 30 days.

28. Nauru: In Nauru, Nigerians get Visa on arrival

29. Republic of Niger: The African neighbors have free movement in common, Nigerians don’t need Visa for Niger.

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30. Palau: In Palau, Nigerian Passport holders get Visa on Arrival.

31. Samoa: Nigerians get Entry Permit on Arrival In Samoa for 60 days.

32. Senegal: The West African brothers got their movement at ease with the ECOWAS Rule that allows free movement in member states.

33. Seychelles: Intending visitors to Seychelles are advised to apply for a 1-month extendable visa through, http://www.ics.gov.sc/. Admission to Seychelles will be denied if a visa is not issued prior to arrival in the country.

34. Sierra Leone: Sierra Leone is another West African Country that practices what is obtainable among ECOWAS states- Freedom of Movement.

35. Somalia: Nigerians get Visa on Arrival in Somalia for 30 days.

36. Sri Lanka: Nigerian Passport holders traveling to Sri Lanka will need “Electronic Travel Authorization” that will enable their 30 days stay.

37. Tanzania: Nigerians get visa at entry point, upon arrival in Tnazania.

38. Timor-Leste: Timor-Leste offers Nigerians Visa on Arrival for 30 days.

39. Togo: Nigerians don’t need Visa to visit Togo since it’s a Western African State

40. Tuvalu: Nigerians get a 1-month visa on Arrival at Tuvalu.

41. Uganda: Uganda offers Nigerians Visa on Arrival

42. Vanuatu: Vanuatu offers Nigerian Passport holders free 30 days stay without a visa. Additional Information: visitors not holding a return or onward ticket will be denied entry. Also, proof of sufficient funds is required.

43. Georgia: The European country offers Nigerians visa on arrival.

44. Mauritius: Mauritius offer Nigerians stay, visa free for 90days.

Those are the current list of visa free countries that Nigerians can visit this 2017. Please do note that after the specified period of your stay in such country elapse, you might be required to apply for visa to extend your stay.

Update January 2018: Visa Free countries For Nigerian Citizens

African countries

  • Benin republic (visa free)
  • Burkina Faso (visa free)
  • Burundi (visa on arrival for 30 days)
  • 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)
  • 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)
  • 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)
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American countries

  • Barbados (visa free for 6 months)
  • Dominica (visa free for 21 days)
  • Haiti (visa free for 3 months)

Asian countries

  • Iran (visa on arrival)
  • Sri Lanka (electronic travel authorization)
  • Timor-Leste (visa on arrival for 30 days)
  • Bangladesh (visa on arrival)

Oceanian countries

  • 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)

Visa-free Countries for Nigerians: How To Visit Them

Although, there are 40 countries that you can visit without a visa. You would need to put some things in order before you proceed on travelling out of the country. You will need:

  • International Passport
  • Proof of sufficient funds
  • Accommodation
  • Return ticket

Even though there are countries that you can travel to without applying for a visa, you’ll be required to pay for the visa with the above requirement before you gain entry into such country.

Travelling to a visa-free country takes out the extra travel cost attached to a visa while still enjoying the travel experience. Also, it is important your passport is valid for at least 6 months from your date of arrival.

Note: Myanmar, Rwanda, and Sao Tome & Principe all require visas, but their visas can be obtained online.

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  1. Unfortunately Nigeria has not found it fit to offer Visa Waiver to the 280,000 people of Barbados. #Sad

    1. Velvet

      Please i want to travel Georgia country do I need visa.i am from Nigeria.and what I the requirements,please contact me with.thank you.

      1. Velvet

        Please do I really need visa Georgia country or Barbados,what is their requirements to travel to this two countries please send them to me.

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        1. Ella nonye

          please I am a citizen of ivory coast and I based in Nigeria I have a visa to India but airlines refused to board me, reason is that I should go back to my country and board and I don’t have sufficient funds with me. So I want u to do inquiries enough concerning this.

    2. Emese Prince James

      we understand your point.
      in all honesty, Barbados is logically visa free to Nigeria as well. 99.9% of applicants in Barbados have their visas easily without stress. the 0.1% refusal is due to insufficient fund and return ticket. Nigeria Embassy in Barbados simply need you to present yourself at the embassy for the visa just for screening, this is done at the point of entering into Barbados for Nigerian citizens as well.

      1. Annie Billion

        how do you leave from Nigeria to Barbados or Georgia in terms of buying a ticket and the sufficient cash stuff is it in cash or your Nigerian statement of account? please reply.

    3. Ebuka

      how what did you mean, do you know anybody in Barbados

    4. Engr Gabriel

      Hi there, my name is Gabriel. Are you living in Barbados? If yes kindly send me your facebook name and lets chat. Thanks

  2. Kazeem Malik

    Am Kazeem Malik from Nigeria am interested in travelling to barbados

  3. Moses Uzor

    After the 30days stay in sri lanka what next.I will like to live and work there.

    1. khura

      hello did u still make it to Sri Lanka ??

  4. Samura suraju

    Am Samura I love to do security operative job in Barbados I will be expecting your response via email thanks

  5. Monday Elohor

    Will love to visit barbados

  6. DonCollins

    How much is ticket fee to fiji island. I want to go

  7. Ebun

    Is morocco free visa tooo

    1. As seen on google “Most travelers who want to visit Morocco can do so without applying for a visa if your trip will not exceed three months. However, is it essential that all travellers arrive with a passport that is valid for at least six months from the time you enter Morocco”

      1. khura

        u mean one can travel to Morocco with Nigeria passport since its not staying for more than six months ??

  8. Rapheal

    is Morocco a free visa too, and is it possible to enter morocco through land? if yes tell me, and give me direction,.. thanks

    1. it is not a visa free country. Please check the travel section of the site

  9. Babatunde

    Please will the Nigerians be given visa on entry to Haiti?

    1. You can stay up to 90 days in Haiti and as expected without visa

    2. Henry Egwuonwu

      of all countries is haiti you want to go to; you better go to chad or Niger then, its cheaper for u

  10. Osuji Williams

    I want to travel to Bangladesh, how do I go about it or how do I get the visa ???

  11. Ajao Nurudeen

    Please can Nigerian be given free visa to Georgia?

  12. festus abiodun

    I want to go to georgia pls I have valid passsport but I don’t have anybody there pls what can I do

  13. Obodo ovie

    Please how can i get the requirement to apply for this visa to Dominican

    1. Faith Balogun

      As you can see Dominican is visa free

  14. Caleb

    Caleb from Nigeria, I am interested in traveling to Georgia. Pls how do I go about it?

  15. Yemi

    43. Georgia: The European country offers Nigerians visa on arrival.

    I don’t think this is correct. you need to have a valid schengen visa or visa from UAE to enter Georgia.

    1. Faith Balogun

      These countries are visa free ,I have been to most of them

  16. ADEBUKOLA OYELOWO

    is georgia and barbados a visa free country

    1. Faith Balogun

      Yes it is. As I have been there

  17. Awolola

    Please I will like to live and work in Georgia how much do I need to bujet for this journey?

    1. we are working on a post on that. Will update you when we do it

  18. febian

    Please how do I get the ticket for barbafos

  19. tims

    I will like to live and work in canada, pls how much do I need to keep for the process.

      1. Hello
        My people some country nigeria visa free denied nigeria citizens.eg Georgia.Myanmar .

        1. Faith Balogun

          Georgia is visa free for Nigerians as I have been there and many other countries started there

          1. Lilian

            Hi Faith, please what year did you travel to Georgia and how did you proceed from our Airport. Thank you

  20. khura

    greetings all please are there African living in Iran …please signify I want to make some enquiries please

  21. Samson

    Plz I want to travel to Fiji Islands, how much does it cost me to go,

  22. frank

    please i want to go to Tanzania did i need a visa to go

  23. Marvelous

    Pls I want to go to zimbabwe do I need visa as a nigeria?

  24. Nwasuzor Henry

    I am a Nigeria I will like to travel to Haiti what I will do please. Thanks

  25. Nwasuzor Henry

    All this are all lies, which country that will give Nigerian’s free visa. Don’t go and spend your money on visa free tins ooo, my brother’s this country is hard don’t believe them. Use your money here in Niger ooo.

  26. Lilian

    Most of the countries stated here are not really visa free. you need to apply but it wont be so difficult to get a visa.
    I tried visiting Georgia but was told i need a visa to enter and i tried applying here in Nigeria but i couldn’t get any address of an embassy or VFS center to apply.
    Please any information on how to get a visa to the African country should be inform me.

  27. albert Okon

    Thanks for this useful information

  28. Solomon

    what is the truth process to travel to Barbados. Is it true that i can travel to the place from Nigeria without a visa. Again if it is true, after i have stayed for the six months will I be allowed to stay and work there?

    1. Okelvin

      you need to write the embassy, send them an email and see thier reply then you will have a better information

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    Good day, Contact us today for your Visa service to any country of your choice and we would surely be of great help to you.
    contact us today
    Sincerely
    Mr. Emmanuel

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