There are countries which allow Nigerian to enter without a visa. Here are few of them;
Bangladesh (Asia): Bangladesh is one of the world’s most densely populated countries, with its people crammed into a delta of rivers that empties into the Bay of Bengal. It is the world’s eight most populous country. Dhaka is its capital and largest city, followed by Chittagong, which has the country’s largest port. Due to its mutual Bilateral ties with Nigeria, Bangladesh offers Nigerian Passport holders free 30-day visa upon arrival. However, all visitors have to possess a return ticket and a plausible financial account.
Barbados (Caribbean Region): Barbados, which is the birth country of pop icon, Rihanna, welcomes Nigerians for six months visa-free. This country is in the western area of the North Atlantic and 100 kilometers east of the Windward Islands and the Caribbean Sea. English is the official language here so communication is not a problem. Barbados boasts of 60 amazing beaches and several restaurants with delightful cuisines. If you want to go shopping there, Bridgetown, Barbados’ capital city, has everything from top-notch jewelry shops to small boutiques.
Benin Republic (West Africa): Gaining independence from France in 1960, the Republic Of Benin has gone through a lot of metamorphoses down the years. Being a neighboring country to Nigeria, entry by Nigerians is visa-free; as instituted by the Economic Community of West African States. The country is home to the Pendjari National Park, which was nominated as a UNESCO World Heritage site in March 2009. The park is named after the Pendjari River and covers about 2,755 sq km of land. It is home to a vast number of wildlife, among which are buffaloes, antelopes, West African lions, elephants, and birds among others. You will enjoy quality time at this park if you visit via the hills and cliffs of the Atakora range, which provide a scenic and wonderful backdrop of the park.
Cambodia (Southeast Asia): Cambodia, a country of tourist attractions, offers Nigerians a 30 days visa on arrival in the major airports in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap, as well as at any major border crossing. Cambodia’s beaches are a great place to be, especially for people who crave solitude on the beach. The people in Cambodia are benevolent, assiduous and welcoming.
Fiji Island (South Pacific Ocean): The Republic of Fiji is situated in the South Pacific Ocean. Made up of 333 islands and about 800000 people, the capital is Suva and English is one of the official languages. This Oceania country is said to have one of the most developed economies in the Pacific. As a Nigerian Passport holder, you can stay in the country for 4 months without a visa, but you may need a visitor’s permit for the period of your stay. This permit can be renewed after the visa-free period. In Fiji, you can explore the incredible beaches, diverse marine life and some of the most appealing tropical scenery.
Georgia (Eastern Europe): It’s no surprise that Georgia is one of the visa-free countries for Nigerians. Set on the coast of the Black Sea, Georgia is part of Europe’s easternmost flank and possesses a remarkable mix of landscapes and climates, ranging from high mountain peaks to wine-growing valleys. Nigerian nationals are given a 30-day free visa on arrival in the country. A beautiful peaceful country, Georgia is famous for its ancient Orthodox churches, many of them built right on mountains of the Caucasus.
Maldives (South Asia): Consisting of over a thousand coral islands, excluding tourist resort islands, The Maldives lies in the Indian Ocean. As one of the enlisted visa-free countries, Maldives, offers a 30-day visa to Nigerians on arrival. With most of its islands used predominantly for tourism and agriculture, the country has a rich and fresh bouquet of tourist attractions. Whether you want to dive and surf in its waters or you’re planning the perfect honeymoon, The Maldives gives you so much more.
Mali (Sahel): This country is visa-free to Nigerians. A country landlocked in the Sahel, Mali holds a lot of history of a past full of struggle. However, it has some incredible sights, including four UNESCO World-Heritage sites, and the historic city of Timbuktu.
Nauru (Oceania): Also known as the world’s smallest republic, Nauru offers visa on arrival to Nigerian passport holders, as one of the visa-free countries for Nigerians. Taking a trip there affords you the opportunity to visit sites like Japanese sponsored Anibare Harbour and explore world war relics in Yemen.
Palau (Oceania): A beautiful nation famous for its jellyfish lakes, Palau grants Nigerians a 30-day visa on arrival. Important places to visit in Palau include the Palau International Coral Reef Center, Nikko Bay, Icebox Park and The Etpison Museum. Palau is most famous for scuba diving, with amazing dive sites like The Blue Corner, German Channel, Ulong Channel and Blue Holes.