WHERE CAN YOU TRAVEL TO WITHOUT A PASSPORT
Ever wanted to travel and then wondered which country you could actually travel to for that much-needed vacation but don’t want the hassle of procuring a passport stamp, a place where you could go outside the country without a visa? Well, this article will list this place out just read on.
No doubt as a citizen of a particular country you need to have an international passport if you intend to leave the country and for re-entry to prove you are a citizen of that country. In Nigeria, you can move from state to state without the need for a passport just a plane ticket. There are countries you can travel to without needing a visa and you should know passport and visa are totally different. A passport is issued to citizens for international travel and identification while a visa is an endorsement placed within a passport that grants the holder official permission to enter, leave or stay in a country for a specified time period.
You might still ask the question where can I travel to without getting a visa as it’s a well known knowledge that visa acquirement is very stressful in the embassy and most times one is never lucky, going back disappointed and sadden. Below are countries you can go to without need of getting a visa or visa on arrival is needed although the stay could be limited to 60 to 90 days.
Here is the list of visa-free destinations for Nigerian passport-holders:
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Although you won’t need any special documents to travel to these destinations, it’s important you check that your passport will be valid for the entire duration of your trip before you set off.
Places You Can Get Visa On Arrival
The next best thing after visa-free travel is the possibility to get a visa on arrival. This saves you the time otherwise spent at embassies and collecting endless documents needed to get a standard visa. Visas on arrival tend to be quick and easy, and are processed directly at your point of entry into the country. Nigerians can currently visit a total of 25 countries in this way, with the length of stay ranging from 14 to 90 days.
If you are looking to make a longer trip, the following countries grant stays of up to 90 days: Bolivia, Ethiopia, Kenya, Namibia, Madagascar, Malawi, and Seychelles.
In most cases, to be granted a visa on arrival you will need to show a booking for transport leaving the country, so make sure you have this to hand when you travel.
Moreover, you may have to provide other documents, so it’s a good idea to check the policies for your chosen destinations before you leave. Stay safe out there and enjoy your stay.