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40 COUNTRIES YOU CAN VISIT WITHOUT VISA

    Are you a Nigerian? Do you want to visit other countries but do not want to go through the stress and long process of applying a visa? Good News! There are so many Visa-free destinations you can go to. A smart way to save on travel costs is to select visa-free countries for your holidays. Here is a complete list of visa-free countries for Nigerian passport holders as well as countries that issue a VISA on arrival.

    I will highlight the countries you can travel to with a visa on arrival or via an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA). Please keep in mind that the Nigeria visa-free countries do not require a visa in order for you to enter and travel throughout them. To clarify, the visa-free countries list includes states a Nigeria passport holder could travel to without a visa, by obtaining a visa on arrival, or via an eTA.

     

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    List of Visa Free Countries for Nigeria Passport 2022

    America

    Country

    Visa Free

    Visa On Arrival

    eTA

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    Barbados

     

     

     

    Bolivia

     

     

     

    Dominica

     

     

     

    Haiti

     

     

     

    Saint Kitts and Nevis

     

     

     

    Oceania

    Country

    Visa Free

    Visa On Arrival

    eTA

    Fiji

     

     

     

    Micronesia

     

     

     

    Palau

     

     

     

    Samoa

     

     

     

    Tuvalu

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Asia

    Country

    Visa Free

    Visa On Arrival

    eTA

    Cambodia

     

     

     

    Iran

     

     

     

    Lebanon

     

     

     

    Maldives

     

     

     

    Timor-Leste

     

     

     

    Africa

    Country

    Visa Free

    Visa On Arrival

    eTA

    Benin

     

     

     

    Burkina Faso

     

     

     

    Cameroon

     

     

     

    Cape Verde

     

     

     

    Chad

     

     

     

    Comoros

     

     

     

    Cote d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast)

     

     

     

    Ethiopia

     

     

     

    Gambia

     

     

     

    Ghana

     

     

     

    Guinea

     

     

     

    Guinea-Bissau

     

     

     

    Kenya

     

     

     

    Liberia

     

     

     

    Madagascar

     

     

     

    Mali

     

     

     

    Mauritania

     

     

     

    Mauritius

     

     

     

    Mozambique

     

     

     

    Namibia

     

     

     

    Niger

     

     

     

    Rwanda

    Uganda

    Somalia

    Sierra Leone

     

     

     

     

     

    7 MOST BEAUTIFUL COUNTRIES THAT WILL BLOW YOUR MIND

    The world is filled with such a wide variety of wonderful destinations and beautiful places to visit; it can be difficult to compile a list of the best ones. Thinking about a traveler who, for whatever reason, has never set foot outside his or her home town, where would be the first places they might visit?

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    The list of the world’s best places to visit has to include great cities, like New York, Paris, London, and so on, each of which is filled with a multitude of individual sites or must-see places to visit. The list also includes specific sites, monuments, and locations, each also worthy of a visit in their own right.

    And what better way to see off a year spent cooped up at home than to travel abroad?! That’s why we come up with the 7 best places you should travel to in 2022.

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    1. SINGAPORE

    High-rising state-of-the-art buildings, well-developed tourist attractions, and lip-smacking delicious food are reason Singapore has become such a wildly popular tourist hub in Asia. Modern with a touch of culture and heritage, this city-state has something to offer to every kind of traveler.

    The iconic structures of Marina Bay Sands and Gardens by the Bay make the skyline of the country one of the most attractive around the world. Flora and fauna freaks will have a good time at the Botanical Gardens, Jurong Bird Park, and Night Safari. Singapore is a paradise for shopaholics, who’ll have the time of their lives at Orchard Road, Chinatown Street Market.

    2. Paris, France

    No visit to the French capital is complete without a trip to and a trip up its most iconic structure. The 300-meter-tall Eiffel tower was quite simply, the tallest man-made structure in the world, from its opening in 1889 for 41 years until 1930.

    Use your visit as a stair workout and climb the 300 steps from ground level to the first of three levels on the tower. If you’re in great shape, climb another 300 steps to the second level. Then hop on the elevator here to get to the top. Aside from the workout, you’ll also skip most of the crowd who want to take the elevator the whole way.

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    3. Montreal, Canada

    As you listen to the sound of French being spoken around you and explore old Montreal, wandering down its narrow cobblestone streets-you might think you’re in France. The historic area is filled with quaint shops and cafés; this Canadian city can be a chance to experience a bit of Europe in North America.

    The city also has a thriving food scene, with several popular farmers markets, including the Atwater Market and the Jean Talon Market. It’s also known for its bagels, cooked hot and fresh by several iconic must-visit bakeries.

    Be sure to visit the beautiful Notre-Dame Basilica and take a drive up to Mount Royal, the big hill (or Low Mountain) the city is named after. You’ll be rewarded with some amazing views extending all the way to the port.

     

     

    4. Cartagena, Columbia

    Colorful Cartagena, one of the great historical Spanish cities of the Caribbean, pulses with life along the north coast of Colombia. Founded in 1533, its old walled city has seen its fortunes rise and fall through the centuries and has more recently experienced a resurgence and revitalization.

    Significant restoration of the old city has resulted in once dilapidated 16th-century buildings springing back to life as modern, yet historical hotels, world-class restaurants, and shops. Wander through the narrow city streets to see an impressive church, an open plaza with public works of art, or an eclectic shop selling that perfect souvenir.

    Be sure to wander along the ancient city walls, and as you watch the sun set over the ocean, think back to what life used to be like here nearly 500 years ago.

    It’s easy to get to Cartagena from the United States, with daily flights from Miami and good connections through Panama City. This is the perfect destination for an exotic long weekend getaway from almost anywhere in North America.

     

     

    5. Istanbul, Turkey

    Turkey’s capital city is another destination that offers a great mix of culture, food, and history. There are thousands of years of history here, starting with Ancient Greeks and Ancient Romans and leading up through the Ottoman Empire. There’s a mix of the new and the timeless here unlike anywhere else. You can spend the day shopping and the night at a wonderful restaurant eating great Turkish food and dancing to Turkish music, then rise (very early) in the morning to the sound of the Ezan or morning Islamic call to prayer. It echoes across the rooftops as its broadcast from loudspeakers set atop the minarets of the city’s mosques.

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    Istanbul has excellent public transit, which means it’s easy to get around and explore all the major sites and monuments. Must-see places include the Blue Mosque, Hagia Sofia, and Topkapi Palace.

     

    6. Masai Mara, Kenya

    Kenya’s Masai Mara is an incredible bio-diverse area and a popular safari destination. It’s an opportunity to see the “big five” animals (lion, leopard, rhinoceros, elephant, and Cape buffalo) all during one trip or, if you’re lucky, during one afternoon.

    The protected Masai Mara National Reserve park area is huge, over 1,500 square kilometers of mainly grassland, extending all the way to the Serengeti Plainof Tanzania. The popular times to visit are during the twice-yearly migrations, the main one being in July and August. Over a million wildebeest and other animals cross the area in huge groups to go from one feeding area to another. Most visitors fly into Nairobi, and then take a small bush plane to the Mara.

     

    7. Maui, Hawaii

    This Hawaiian island offers a wide range of experiences for visitors. You can surf, enjoy a meal on the beach at a five-star luxury resort in Wailea, ride a horse across a dormant volcano in Haleakala National Park, or hike through a rainforest in the West Maui Mountains. The natural scenery is amazing-it’s truly one of the most beautiful islands in the world. When it comes to accommodation, there is something for everyone here, from rustic hippie bungalow bed and breakfasts to five-star luxury resort hotels. Wailea has all the luxury resorts-it like the beachfront Beverly Hills of Maui. If you’re staying here, be sure to venture out and spend some time in Kihei, where the locals hang out.

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