Five Amazing Island Vacation That Does Not Need Visa

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  1. Aigoro Halimah

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    There are some lovely vacation/honeymoon spot for Nigerians to visit without going through the stress of queuing at the embassy for a visa.

    Looking forward to enjoying Mother Nature, soak up in the sun while you enjoy the breathtaking seascapes of these exotic places.


    Is a region of Tanzania in East Africa. It is composed of the Zanzibar Archipelago in the Indian Ocean. It consists of many small islands and two large ones (Unguja and Pemba Island.) Zanzibar is a tourism state with the best beaches and luxurious resorts. Nigerians can visit Zanzibar for 90days and visa can be acquired at the point of entry.


    Is a city on the east coast of Kenya. It is the second largest city after the country’s capital Nairobi. Mombasa is an important regional tourism center. It is also situated on the Indian Ocean. One gets the feeling of being in Hawaii or Bahamas with the unforgettable destinations. Nigerians can visit Mombasa for 90days and visa can be acquired at the point of entry.


    Is one of the nation of West Africa and is known for diverse wildlife and secluded beaches. Ghana is Nigeria’s next door neighbor which means no visa is needed to visit or stay there.

    Comoros Island

    Is from the archipelago of the volcanic island situated off the south-east coast of Africa to the east of Mozambique and north-west of Madagascar. Comoros has few visitors/tourists at a time which makes it a perfect vacation spot. Nigerians are granted visas at the point of entry in Comoros.


    Is officially called Republic of Seychelles, which is an East African Country. Is an archipelago and country in the Indian Ocean. Nearby island and territories include Comoros, Mayotte (region of France), Madagascar, Reunion (region of France) and Mauritius to the south. Seychelles is a home to many beaches, delicious seafood, nature reserves and also rare animals such as giant Aldabra tortoises.
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    Seychelles also has National Park. Nigerians are granted visitor’s permit for 30days.

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