Amazing and Affordable Visa Free Countries for Nigerians in 2019

First off guys! Happy Independence!!! Its the 1st of October and this is one of my favorite days in the year. Majorly because its a day after my birthday and I get a free day to relax after all the parting and also because of course some 57 years ago Nigeria gained independence. I’d also like to say a big THANK  YOU to all those who took time to send a message or call me.

That being said, I don’t know about you but I am definatelly counting down towards the Christmas holidays which is next in calendar year. Don’t blame me, I try to use up my holidays for vactions and travel and I try not to miss out on any 😀

Together with my Favorite Travel Company and favorite mostly because they have the most affordable deals, I have put together a bunch of amazing list of visa free countries for nigerians which you can travel to during the holidays.

Travel is regarded by  Nigerians as thing of luxury and  most people travel to find  greener pastures,  for business or educational purposes, but hardly do families go for vacation purpose. The popular reasons are expenses and visa hassles. Trust me when I say I have been there. Thus here are a few Visa-Free countries  for Nigerians in 2019. They are budget fitting and still promising in adventure, fun, and breathe taking views.

Visa Free Countries for Nigerians 2019

  1. Haiti


Located in the Caribbeans, Haiti is a country guaranteed to stunning, shocking display. Fiasco scarred anyway tenacious, and this little Caribbean nation has incredible beauty. Parading verdant mountains, white sandy coastlines, and a great deal of African spontaneity.

Haiti is a country that is rich in the typical wonderfulness and social fortune.


  1. Dominica

Visa Free Countries for Nigerians 2019

I think the Caribbeans have it when it comes to visa free countries for Nigeria in 2019. The Caribbean island of Dominica is another outstanding choice. Guests will discover a variety of brooding volcanic pinnacles, spouting mountain streams, thick woods, calm lakes, and gushing springs. As you may have just speculated, it’s a diverse and beautiful land.

Given its common resources and warm and inviting local people, Dominica is a travel industry hotspot you definitely do not want to miss.


  1. Fiji

Visa Free countries for Nigerians 2019

If you haven’t heard of this gem or its travel and tourism potential, it is located in the South Pacific Ocean. Loaded up with tropical heaven of delightful seashores, sparkling blue tidal ponds, and influencing palm trees. Prestigious for shocking night falls, stunning cascades, fantastic surf, and unblemished rainforests, Fiji attracts a great many guests to its shores every year.

Boss among the attractions must be the cyan-blue ocean. As you enter the Fijian airspace, you will be welcomed with a floor covering of flickering turquoise reefs, bordering untainted confetti of sandy, rich islands. It might look peaceful and superb; however, underneath the surface, it’s overflowing with life.


  1. Micronesia

I can bet a thousand bucks that you probably haven’t heard of this destination and that’s definitely a reason you should check it out. Dispersed over the Pacific Ocean, the States of Micronesia is the definition of beauty because of its beautiful shores, crystalline waters and brilliant coral reefs. However, its absence of network and relative lack of clarity implies a couple of travelers make it here.


  1. Palau

Do you have an amazing time  in or under water? If your answer was positive then Palau should be added to your bucket list. Palau is an archipelago of more than 500 islands which grew out of large mushrooms and crystalline waters of the Pacific Ocean.


  1. Tuvalu

Visa Free countries for Nigeria 2019

The world’s smallest nation satisfies the exemplary picture of a South ocean heaven. Guests go to the islands to appreciate the fresh air and palm bordered seashores. Pandanus, papaya, breadfruits, and coconut palms are common.

Most action is focused on the capital, Funafuti, where the best fascination is the great Funafuti lagoon.

  1. Mozambique

If the Idea of heading half way accros the ocean to the Pacifics or the Caribbeans doesn’t appeal to you or you are just wary of heading out to a country half way across the world, then lets bring it home to a destination in Africa. Mozambique is a perfect destination on the  Indian Ocean Coastline.

It offers palm-bordered seashores, warm tropical waters, rich marine life, incredible angling, superb jumping, phenomenal swimming, and various charming islands in which an average person can appreciate in sweet segregation.

To Explore these beautiful countries full of tourist attractions, you can pre-book your flight online via Travelstart for cheaper and convenient flights booking.

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  • Reply Nkem April 6, 2020 at 11:28 pm

    Wow!!! I stumbled on your blog and now I’m glued…..amazing. I am mostly interested in doing a few trips to Accra, Cotonou and the close West African countries. I would appreciate it if you can let me know what and how to get decent and affordable (cheap?) accommodation. I read your post on how to get to some of the places through mile 2. The accommodation details would help me plan better. Thank you so much.

    • AE
      Reply AE April 19, 2020 at 2:41 pm

      Hi Nkem, I mostly stayed with friends when I traveled to these places, it helped me save on cost. As a next option, I recommend Airbnb to get affordable stays. Use my link to get at least $20 off your first booking

    • Reply Jubril Mohammed May 7, 2020 at 2:32 pm

      Hello Nkem,
      I did a West African road trip too in December last year.. AE blog on trip to Abidjan was the most helpful.. Planning for another one this year perhaps if we are going the same route I can tag along…

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