The stress of securing a visa to a foreign country is sometimes an uphill task. However, as a Nigerian and holiday maker, you do not need to go through these hassles if you are desiring of a splendid vacation. There are countries you can frequent without requiring a visa and they are affordable too.
Jovago.com, Africa’s No 1 hotel booking portal rounds of some of these countries Nigerians can visa without necessarily requiring a visa.
Of course, you do not need a visa to travel within Nigeria. For holiday makers, the most economical option is to stay in your country to spend the holiday. Four and five-star accommodations are available here
, tourist destinations at Obudu Cattle Ranch in Calabar
, Kano city walls in Kano, the warm and charming city of Jos, the irrepressible Olumo rock in Abeokuta
, and Nigeria’s cultural capital, Osun state are open to be explored by Nigerians!
Adorable and a beauty to behold for Nigerians that appreciate nature. The country made up of nine islands is awash with serene beaches, and inviting landscapes. It is a perfect getaway for the romantics. Some of the destinations peopled by tourists includeBoa Vista beach, Praia-the country’s capital, and Santa Mari.
Sitting in the peaceable and pleasurable region of East Africa, Tanzania is one country that is endowed with the variety of tourism assets. From beautiful beaches to mind-blowing landscapes, and thriving wildlife, a one-off visit to this country is not enough.
Among its priced tourism possessions is Mount Kilimanjaro-the tallest mountain in Africa and the Serengeti National park where you find the “big five”-lion, Elephant, Leopard, Buffalo and Rhinoceros. It is made up of a mouth-watering 16 national parks, 29 Game reserves and 40 controlled conservation.
Ghana may not necessarily be number 1 when a list of destinations to visit in Africa is drawn, however, the mere opportunity of travelling to Nigeria’s West African neighbors without a visa makes it a place to visit.
Some of Ghana’s tourism offers include relics of the country’s slave trade era, tree-top walkway at the Kakum National park.
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