Ten Beautiful Visa Free Countries For Nigerians
Sorry to burst your bubble and break your chandelier, not every time Dubai, UK or the USA,sometimes look for beautiful places that do not make you stress yourself standing on long queues and waking your children by 5am so you can go and be number 150.
Try something different and beautiful.Try exotic and stress free. Ready to hear them? It would shock you to know that you have so many places you can visit. The only hiccup, nis getting a direct flight there, but that can be worked on.
First of all the hometown Rihanna is visa free for six months, but we are talking vacation not relocation, right? So you are in the right place. If you are a travel junkie and you are fascinated with nature and history. Barbados has that and Rihanna as well. When you get there,be sure to visit the Harrison Cave, Bathsheba, Animal Flower Cave and the Barbados Wildlife Reserve but to mention a few. If natural attraction isn’t your thing, visit St Nicholas Abbey, The Parliament Buildings, George Washington House or The Barbados Museum and Historical Society, should we go on? That’s good. Add that to your list. You might bump into Rihanna, never say never.
One of our favourites, Seychelles. Destination wedding material if you ask us. There is a one month visitor’s permit on arrival at this Island group and Republic in the Indian oceans and the thought of being on an island is just surreal. Funny thing about Seychelles is that it was pronounced ‘uninhabited’ through out recorded history. Whoever found this ‘Paradise on Earth’ as it is popularly called, gave us a reason to make it to our list. Be sure to visit the Adelaide studio,Cousin Island Special Reserve, Ile Cocos Marine National Park, Kenwyn House, Kreole Institute and so much more whenever you can. Some tropical goodness for the summer, don’t you think?
Visa free for 30 days on arrival as well, Maldives is beautiful, its is truly a sight to behold. Tourism is the largest economic industry in Maldives, a clear case of if you’ve got it, flaunt it. It has tourist attractions like the Mulee-aage Palace, National Museum, Islamic Center, Hithadoo, Gan. So scuba diving and sight seeing, got it? Get your swim suits and head on to Maldives, it sure looks like a lot of fun, maybe you can also try out scuba diving. The glowing beach is also something you don’t want to miss out on.
It is in Kenya and you would absolutely love it there, visit your continent more and see things you only see in Hollywood movies right her in Africa, it is unbelievable that your neighbor country has all this goodness that you seem to be missing. We have the South Coast Beaches, North Coast Beaches, Old Town, Fort Jesus, Haller Park and the list goes on and on. You would not regret this trip. Visa free for 90 days on arrival.
Heard of the Navua River? It is all the way on the Fiji Island. How about the Kula Eco Park or the Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple? Guess you would like to visit now? Feed your eyes with the beauty has been so kind to provide, you do not need a visa to be there, so what is your excuse? The Oceanian countryis free for the first four months on arrival. Just enough time for you to be acquainted with the beautiful Island.
It is a semi-autonomous part of Tanzania in East Africa. It is open to Nigerians 90 days upon arrival, another sweet deal you can add to the list you are making already. You can visit the Stone Town, Paje, Bweju, Jambiani or Nunwi. So many destination sites for you to pick from, have a blast. Do not be in a hurry, you have 90 days t to tour Zanzibar and Zanzibar would be happy to have you.
Did you know that The island of Mauritius was visited during the medieval period by the Arabs and then by the Portuguese, who named it Dina Arobi and Cirne, respectively. That’s not the point, just a fun fact for you to know about the island you would be visiting soon. Places that would interest you in Mauritius are the Tamarind Waterfalls, Eureka House, Ganga Talao, Black River Gorges National Park, Sir Seewoosagur Botanical Garden and Trou aux Cerfs and the list goes on and on. Go on, head on to Mauritius and create memories.
Cape Verde is visa free on arrival. Are you not glad that you don’t have to stand on that queue, and you get to visit beautiful places with lovely people? Make sure you thank us when you get back. So when you get to Cape Verde, get your Portuguese tongue out and start visiting places like Boa Vista, Praia, Sao Vicente, Pico do Fogo, Monte Curral, Santa Isabel and other places your legs can get you to.
Haiti, homeland of Wyclef Jean is three months visa free to Nigerians on arrival. Despite the earthquake that motivated the ‘We Are The World’ song, Haiti is just as beautiful as the other countries we have on the list. You would be mighty pleased that you got around to visiting the beautiful country. Be sure to visit places like National Museum of Art, Cathedral Of Our Lady ofvthe Assumption, Etang Saumatre, Sans Soucci Palace, Iron Market, Bassin Bleue and many more.
Not the animated movie, the country itself, maybe you can actually relate to the country based on the movie. Nigerians get visa on arrival for 90 days and that’s plenty of time to be a tourist in any land. Don’t you think? Places to visit when in Madagascar are endless, but we would give you a few, like, Zahamena National Park, Isalo National Park, Nosy Mangabe, Cape Sainte Marie, Amber National Park, Tsingy de Bemaraha and so much more. You must have noticed the endless list of national parks, fun fact about Haiti tourism attractions.
Do not forget your cameras to capture these lovely places.