Visa-free countries are those where Nigerians can travel without a visa. For many Nigerians, the hassle of obtaining a visa can be discouraging, so knowing which countries offer visa-free travel can be a game-changer. However, it’s important to note that the length of stay permitted in these countries may vary, so it’s always a good idea to double-check before booking your trip.

As of April 2023, Nigerians can travel to 46 countries without a visa.

Visa free countries

Cote D’Ivoire

which is the largest exporter of cocoa beans and is famous for its chocolates and palm oil.

Top attractions here include Tai National Park and the Basilica of Our Lady of Peace in Yamoussoukro.


is another visa-free option, where visitors can stay for up to 30 days. Ghana’s economy relies heavily on cocoa, gold, and crude oil, and there are plenty of great places to visit, including Labadi Beach, Basua Beach, Cape Coast, the Kejetia market and the Volta region.

Haiti is relatively safe for foreigners, but it’s also prone to natural disasters, which have a major impact on the country’s economy.

Popular tourist destinations in Haiti include the Bay of Acul, Fort Jacques, and Kokoye Beach.

Senegal: is a West African country with the capital city of Dakar.

Senegal has seven main ethnic groups, and its people speak 39 languages, with French being the main language.

The Senegalese are mostly Muslims

The country’s economy depends on mining, tourism, fisheries, and agriculture, as well as foreign investment and donor assistance.

Must-visit places in Senegal include Saint Louis, Dakar, Mboro, the Senegal River, and Touba.

Sierra Leone is an English-speaking country in West Africa and is known for being one of the friendliest countries in Africa.

The growth of its economy largely depends on the mining of iron ore.

Visitors to Sierra Leone can stay for up to three months without a visa, and top attractions include Banana Island, Bunce Island, and Tokeh.

Cape Verde  is an island country in the central Atlantic Ocean made up of ten volcanic islands.

The people of Cape Verde are of mixed European and African descent, and Roman Catholicism is the dominant religion.

Visitors can stay for 30-90 days without a visa, and it’s possible to extend your stay by applying for a Cape Verde visa extension.



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