5 Visa-Free Christmas Destinations

Travelling can be a therapeutic adventure filled with fun and glee. You are probably already searching for destinations where you would spend the Christmas holiday, but it could be a hassle when the destinations require a visa. Applying for visas can sometimes be a long and stressful process, so here is a list of unique Christmas holiday destinations that require no visa.


Breathe in the ocean air in Barbados. This phenomenal destination allows visa-free entry for Nigerians for up to six months. The Caribbean Island is a beautiful holiday destination with picture-perfect beaches and breathtaking views. It is bound to be a surreal escape filled with unforgettable Christmas memories.


Uganda offers Nigerians visas on arrival, but if you don’t think you can be patient enough, you can use the e-visa service. Uganda has holiday activities like canoeing, chimpanzee tracking, boat cruises under the sun, and kayaking the Nile. Little wonder the great Winston Churchill referred to Uganda as the pearl of Africa. This fun-filled country will leave you with many unforgettable Christmas holiday memories.


Maldives issues a 30-day visa on arrival to Nigerians. Have you ever imagined what it is like to swim alongside beautiful fishes in a clear blue ocean? Well, Maldives will help bring this imagination to reality; you will have to pinch yourself to make sure you are not dreaming. Dive and snorkel in the ocean and explore the breathtaking marine life of the Maldives this Christmas holiday.


Seychelles is another visa-free destination that only requires you to have a valid Nigerian passport to visit. Enter a world filled with beautiful white beaches, jaw-dropping sunsets, delicious restaurants, and much more. It has a range of luxurious hotels and family-run guesthouses where you can relax this Christmas holiday.


To visit Kenya, you will be issued a visa on arrival, or you can get it through the e-visa service. Kenya has intriguing adventures, from the bustling city of Nairobi to adventure-filled activities in the Tsavo East National Park. Get close to Africa’s most treasured wild animals this Christmas holiday in Kenya. Feed giraffes, come face to face with the king of the jungle, and watch the mighty buffalo fight head to head.

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  • Fatoumatta
    7 months ago Reply

    Hello I’m really interested

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