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Three Countries You Can Visit As a Nigerian Without Visa

The dream of every Nigerian today is to leave the country as soon as possible for a better place. However, this goal is hardly pursued as only a few people in the country own an international passport to move out of the country. Even those people with an international passport find it very difficult to get a visa. Do you know you can travel to some countries in the world without having a visa? Yes, this is 100% possible. Some of these countries do not bother you to get a passport even if you stay for a long time. Others require that you get a visa after staying for about 30 days or more. In some countries, you are required to obtain the visa immediately to arrive in the country. Here are four countries you can travel to without a visa. 

1. Barbados

Barbados is an island country in the Lesser Antilles of the West Indies. It is located about 100 kilometers east of the Caribbean Sea. Barbados allows immigrants to stay for about 180 days without a visa. The country as about 277,821 population.

The official language is English so people from Nigeria would have no problem communicating with the people of the country. The Bajan cuisine is a combination of Creole, Indian, Irish, British and African influences

2. Georgia 

Georgia is another country you can visit without a visa. However, this country requires you to obtain your visa immediately after arriving in the country. Georgia is a country in the Caucasus region of Eurasia. The state is located at the intersection of Europe and Asia.

The largest and the capital of the country is Tbilisi. The population of the country is about 3.718 million as of 2017. The country is rich in Gold, silver, copper, and iron. 

3. Dominican

The Dominican Republic is a country found on the island of Hispaniola in the Greater Antilles archipelago of the Caribbean region. This country is 10,735,896 in population. It is the second-largest Caribbean nation by area at 48,671 square kilometers. Dominican allows immigrants to stay for about 21 days without a visa. Meanwhile, obtaining a visa after staying for these days is easy and affordable.

The Dominican Republic is the largest economy in the Caribbean and Central American region. The country’s currency (pesos) is about 50.08 per dollar. Among the countries in the Caribbean, the Dominican Republic is the most visited destination in the Caribbean.

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