List Of Countries Nigeria Passport Can Travel With Visa Free. Can You Help?


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There are many countries you can travel visa free to with a Nigerian passport, however the time frame you are able to stay can differ greatly.

The easiest way to list all the countries you may visit visa free is to split them into continents. In the Americas you may access Barbados for six months, Dominica for 21 days, Grenada, Haiti, Saint Kitts and Nevis for three months and Turks and Caicos Islands for 30 days.

In Asia you can freely arrive in the following countries to which you will then be issued with a visa once in the country.  In Azerbaijan, Cambodia, Laos, Macau and Timor-Leste you are granted with a 30 day visa. In Bangladesh you are granted a 90 day visa.

In Europe you may visit Kosovo for 90 days. In Oceania you may access Micronesia, Nauru, Niue, Vanuatu and Palau for 30 days, Cook Islands for 31 days, Tuvalu for one month, Samoa for 60 days and Fiji for fourmonths.

In Africa Nigerian passport holders can visit the following countries visa-free; Benin, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, Cameroon, Chad, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Gambia, Guinea, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania, Niger and Senegal.
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Countries and Territories Conditions of access
Benin 3 months [1]
Burkina Faso 90 days [2]
Burundi Visa can be obtained upon arrival at Bujumbura Airport [3]
Cape Verde 90 days [4]
Cameroon 90 days [5]
Chad 3 months [6]
Comoros Visa issued upon arrival [7]
Côte d'Ivoire 3 months [8]
Djibouti 1 month visa issued on arrival [9]
Gambia 90 days [10]
Ghana 90 days [11]
Guinea 3 months [12]
Guinea-Bissau 90 days [13]
Liberia 3 months [14]
Madagascar 90-day visa issued upon arrival for MGA140,000 [15]
Mali 3 months [16]
Mauritania 3 months [17]
Mozambique 30-day visa issued upon arrival for US$25 [18][19]
Niger 3 months [20]
Senegal 3 months [21]
Seychelles 1 month [22]
Sierra Leone 3 months [23]
Togo 3 months [24]
Uganda 3 month visa isused on arrival for $50 [25]
Zambia 3 month visa issued on arrival for $50 [26][27]

[edit] Americas
Countries and Territories Conditions of access
Barbados 6 months [28][29]
Dominica 21 days [30]
Grenada 3 months [31][32]
Haiti 3 months [33][34]
Montserrat 3 months [35]
Saint Kitts and Nevis 3 months [36][37]
Turks and Caicos Islands 30 days [38]

[edit] Asia
Countries and Territories Conditions of access
Azerbaijan 30-day visa issued upon arrival for US$100 [39]
Bangladesh 90 day visa issued on arrival for $50 [40]
Cambodia 30 day visa issued on arrival for US$ 20 [41]
Georgia Visa issued upon arrival [42]
Laos 30 day visa issued on arrival for US$ 30 [43]
Maldives 30 days [44]
Macau 30 day visa issued on arrival for 100 MOP [45]
Timor-Leste 30-day visa issued upon arrival for US$30 [46]

[edit] Europe
Countries and Territories Conditions of access
Kosovo 90 days [47]

[edit] Oceania
Countries and Territories Conditions of access
Cook Islands 31 days [48]
Fiji 4 months [49]
Micronesia 30 days[50]
Nauru 30 days [51]
Niue 30 days [52]
Palau 30 days [53][54]
Samoa 60 days [55]
Tuvalu 1 month [56]
Vanuatu 30 days [57]
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Must you go to only countries that is visa free for Nigerien citizens? If you want to travel out to any country, I suggest you go for better countries and apply for visa. There is no long process in applying for visa if you have all the documents which the embassy require. I have done it and it worked for me. I have been to Germany, Sweden, Greece and France. All I applied for visa by myself and I got them all. Try your faith and stop being afraid to confront embassies. They are all human beings and must be negotiable with them. Think big my fellow Nigerians.
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The countries which are visa-free for Nigerian passport holders are:
Benin,  Burkina Faso,CapeVerde, Cameroon,Chad,Côted'Ivoire,Ghana
Gambia,Guinea,GuineaBissau,  Liberia,Mali,Mauritania,Niger,Senegal,Seychelles,
Sierra Leone,Togo,Barbados,Dominica,Grenada,Haiti,Montserrat,Saint Kitts and Nevis, Turks and Caicos Islands,Iran,Maldives,Singapore,Cook Islands, Fiji, Micronesia,Nauru,Niue,Palau,Samoa,Tuvalu and Vanuatu.

The period of days for which you can stay varies from country to country and then you would have to obtain a visa. There are also some other countries that you can visit and you’ll receive a visa upon arrival.
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Why all these countries listed above are visa free for Nigerians passport holders...these are places which you and i know doesnt pay no benefits for us.why not Europians counries a bit...Obama do something about these is not fair .we are regarded as nobody whereas we are contributing for the worlds economy...big time...
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Nigeria government are very very bad, they are not ashamed for their self, just look at  the way mrs Clinton was talking about the country, big ashamed the bad leader, God will kill you all, idiot and fool people, I think the Nigerian need to stay in they country because the country is very rich and good, many countries in the world are very poor, God bless Nigeria, Our leader should die and the country should remain blessing,
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There are various countries that a Nigerian citizen can travel to visa free but the duration of the stay is different for each country. Within Africa, the Nigerian can travel Visa free to Benin, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, Cameroon, Chad, Côte d'Ivoire, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone and Togo. Other countries they can travel to are Barbados Dominica, Grenada, Haiti, Montserrat, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Bangladesh (visa issued on arrival), Cambodia (visa issued on arrival), Iran, Laos (visa issued on arrival), Maldives, Macau (visa issued on arrival), Cook Islands, Fiji, Micronesia, Nauru, Palau and Samoa.

In addition to this the countries where visa is issued on arrival are Burundi, Comoros, Djibouti, Madagascar, Mozambique, Uganda Zambia and Timor-Leste.
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Nigerian needs to apply for a visa to enter to Singapore and they will refuse the application saying the reason is Secret. What the hell of this answer from them!!! As this was what happen to my husband.
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Do we have Govt???????????????That country is a Country that is not one and is been rule by Criminals since 60s.
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Nigeria is my father land I don't have any other place to call home but yet with pains in my heart I want to live my father land to a place where I be treated has a second class citizen what a life is this the best we can get in this country, we keep hoping one day thing will change who is going to change them?
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If our leaders were doing their jobs,,,nationalities of other countries will be rushing to get our visa,,,but instead the reverse is the case....a rich oil nation like ours should take care of its citizens and make nigeria like other european countries!our nation is very rich,,,but people are busy stealing the money instead of using it for the citizens!
I pity nigerians....everybody is running out for greener pastures,,,what a pity!....guys in your quest to bail out...don't be too desperate and beware of fraudsters!
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The only solution to Nigerian citizen,is to allow the Britain to enslave us back, so that they will help us manage all our resources and even the leaders and everybody will be mate and share the same right.

Because we can't fight our leaders, they will just kill us all with their useless solders and weapon , And no body want to stand us to fight now! Unless US or British fight for us.

I don't even know the work of UN in Nigeria, ain't they looking at the TV seeing what is going on in the country.
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The Nigerian passport can take you to many African countries visa-free; the only european country it can take you to is Kosovo. Check the wikipedia link below to get a complete list and references: Good luck on your travel!

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