7 Visa-on-Arrival Countries for Nigerians 2021

Some Nigerians like travelling for tourism and vacations, while others seek better pastures. However, a single document known as a “visa” determines whether you will fulfil your travel dreams. People travel to mountains and churches to pray and seek the Lord’s face for a good visa application outcome, I learned. When rejected, this little but powerful document puts a lot of individuals in a very serious mood. This article will show you 7 visa-on-arrival countries for Nigerians 2021.

However, before approving a visa application, the applicant’s travel history is considered. You should develop your travel history by visiting to a range of countries initially that do not require a demanding visa application process. As a Nigerian, you should first travel to visa free nations or countries that would issue your visa on arrival at their airports with a gesture of 50 dollars.

All you need is a confirmed booking (duly paid booking) and a flight ticket from your travel adviser; if you don’t have one, I propose hiring flyafricans.com; and you’ll be OK with your international passport.

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I’d give you a list of seven suitable African nations to visit as part of your preparation for a future European or American trip.

7 Visa-on-Arrival Countries for Nigerians:

  • Cape Verde

If you have a Nigerian passport, you will be given a visa on arrival for $50 for a stay of up to 90 days. Cape Verde, or Cabo Verde as it is affectionately known, is a country in a volcanic.

  • Kenya

Nigerian passport holders will be given an E-visa for $50 upon arrival in Kenya for a stay of up to 30 days. Kenya is an East African country with an Indian Ocean coastline.. Its capital is Nairobi. Savannah, lake areas, the spectacular Great Rift Valley, and mountain highlands are all part of it. It’s also home to lions, elephants, and rhinos, among other animals.

  • Mauritius

Your Nigerian passport will grant you a 50-dollar visa upon arrival for a stay of up to 90 days. The island country of Mauritius is noted for its white sand beaches, lagoons, and reefs in the Indian Ocean. Black River Gorges National Park, featuring rain forests, waterfalls, hiking routes, and animals like as the flying fox, is in the hilly interior. Read also Tips for Avoiding Visa Rejection 2021

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  • Seychelles

Presenting a Nigerian passport at the country’s port of entry will get you a $50 E-visa good for up to 30 days. The Seychelles is a 115-island archipelago off the coast of East Africa in the Indian Ocean. Many beaches, reefs, and nature reserves may be found here, as well as unique creatures like the enormous Aldabra tortoise.

  • Comoros Island

Nigerian passport holders are issued an E-visa for 35 dollars upon arrival at Comoros Island for a stay of up to 14 days. The Comoros Islands are a volcanic archipelago off the coast of Africa, east of Mozambique and north of Madagascar. Checkout UAE Golden Visa: What you must Know

  • Cambodia

You will be granted an E-visa for 40 dollars upon arrival in Cambodia with your Nigerian passport for a stay of up to 14 days.

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Cambodia is a nation in Southeast Asia featuring low-lying plains, the Mekong Delta, mountains, and a Gulf of Thailand coastline. The city, Phnom Penh, is home to the art déco Central Market and the glistening Royal Palace.

  • Maldives

The Maldives Immigration Authority offers Nigerian passport holders an E-visa for $50 on arrival for a stay of up to 30 days in the Maldives. The Maldives, formally the Republic of Maldives, is a tiny South Asian island nation in the Indian Ocean’s Arabian Sea. It’s roughly 1,000 kilometres from the Asian continent, southwest of Sri Lanka and India.

Source: Nyscinfo

Updated: August 19, 2021 — 10:00 am

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Stephen Adoga

Stephen Adoga is a trained journalist, researcher, creative writer, content creator, video editor and freelancer. He studied Mass Communication at the Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu, where he acquired requisite training for the practice of journalism. He loves the media. His interest mostly lies in the print medium where his creative writing skill makes him a perfect fit.

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