Cheapest Countries to Travel To From Nigeria


Cheapest Countries to Travel To From Nigeria

At what time scrutinizing on cheapest countries to travel to from Nigeria, many analogies must be taken into thought like:

1. The country concerned standard of living.

2. Ease of transportation to and within the country.

3. Possibility or opportunity to get a job

4. Ease of setting up of business as a startup.

5. Easiest way of getting a visa to the country, better still if it is a visa-free country.


List of Cheapest Countries to Travel to from Nigeria

List of Cheapest Countries to Travel to from Nigeria

It is important to face the fact that when you’re searching for the cheapest countries to travel to from Nigeria you must lower your expectations to mainly not very develop countries in Europe, and other continents. You get them plenty especially in nearby West and Central African countries.

Knowing fully well that most guys looking for the cheapest countries to travel to are interested in European countries but factually it is a pipe dream to find such a country.



If you are a lover of wildlife then Kenya is your go-to country. Kenya houses animals such as buffalos, crocodiles, giraffes, lions, elephants, baboons, hyenas, rhinoceros, various species of monkeys and lots more. Most of these animals cannot be found in Nigeria and they tend to sound like a myth. Why not go to Kenya on your next holiday and debunk the myth. Kenya is a country that Nigerians can visit for tourism without a visa as you get an entry pass on arrival. This pass is usually valid for 90 days during which you can explore the entire country.



Due to its closeness to Nigeria, the beauty of Ghana is usually highly underestimated. The country has a rich history and a very diverse culture. If you visit Ghana during any of its festivals, you would be awestruck by how colorful and exquisite it can be. Ghana also has lots of white beaches, parks, and wildlife conservation centers. It is among the cheapest countries Nigerians can visit for tourism because it is even easily accessible by road!



Comoros is one of the world’s least-visited countries. It is a volcanic island located off Africans east coast in the warm Indian Ocean waters. Despite it being one of the least visited countries due to its location, it is actually very safe and quite famous for its great scenic beauty.

Comoros is another one of the countries that Nigerians can visit for tourism. The government of the country also issues a visa on arrival which is valid for 45 days. If you are one who seeks island adventures on a not too crowded island, then try visiting Comoros.



If anyone from Nigeria is searching for the cheapest and easily accessible country to travel from here. Nigeria Western neighbor stand tall in this aspect. If you use Lagos as your taking off point getting to most of Benin Republic towns are easy and cheap to reach from Lagos.

Living in the Benin Republic is not only cheap but safer than anywhere in Nigeria. With a little amount of money, you can relocate or be doing business in Benin.

Because you’re living in an Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) member country you can enter and stay for 90 days visa-free. Afterwards, if you decide to continue your stay you can apply for a residence permit. However, if you’re smart enough, just move across the border and get an entry stamp and you will have another 90 days visa-free.



When you’re considering the cheapest countries to travel to from Nigeria outside Africa, Georgia, a country at the intersection or crossroads between Eastern Europe and Western Asia should rank very high.

The cost of living in the country’s capital Tbilisi and other smaller cities are considerably lower than in most European countries. The transportation system here is good and the costs are affordable.

If you’re looking for a cheap country to move to in Europe where the cost of living is lower and the standard of living is good, where your safety is guaranteed and you don’t face racial harassment often, you should consider Georgia.

The drawback to staying in Tbilisi is that the rate of unemployment is very high, unless you’re an expert in Information Technology or software engineer you may find it difficult to get a job. However, you can choose to enroll in their various colleges. The school fees are affordable.

The worst enemies you must watch out for in Georgia are those immigrants masquerading as students but most of them are scammers. Unfortunately, some of them are from your country.


For anyone from Nigeria looking for a cheaper alternative place to Europe you can travel to, it wouldn’t be a bad decision if you choose the Kingdom of Morocco.

Morocco an African country is a place that presents you with everything European while you are living in Africa. While Morocco’s standard of living is comparatively European but the cost of living here is much lower than almost all European countries you can think of. Currently, Morocco is one of the cheapest countries with good facilities in the world.

By Africa standards, Morocco is not a poor country and it’s on record that the country enjoys a stable economy and government. Morocco is one of the few Northern African countries you can travel to by road from Nigeria with little known fears.

The beauty aspect of travelling to Morocco is that getting an entry visa as a Nigerian is not difficult. When you entered and you have the intention of staying on, you have the freedom of extending your stay by applying for a residence permit.

Please note that the authorities here in recent times are making concerted efforts to belong to the ECOWAS as a member thereby doing things that are favorable to the member states, that’s enough for you to be accommodated, provided you do it the right.



A Caribbean country on the island of Hispaniola, Haiti is another one of the low-cost countries Nigerians can visit for tourism. Nigerians are allowed unrestricted entry into the country to explore for as long as 90 days. Haiti makes most of its money from tourism because the country offers lots of breath-taking sceneries and is totally worth a visit. Why not make plans to visit Haiti for your next vacation and experience its beauty first hand.



The citizens of Maldives are people who enjoy luxury. They believe in relaxation to the optimum, so if you are looking for a perfect place to strictly have fun and relax, pay the Maldives a visit. Some of what Nigerians can enjoy on a trip to the Maldives is deep water diving sessions to explore it’s amazing and vibrant coral reefs, neat and serene beaches, kayaking, sea bobbing, jet-skiing, Maldivian folk dance, champagne, and mouth-watering dishes. Nigerians travelling to the Maldives also get a visa on arrival which allows 30 days of pure bliss.



A neighboring country to Nigeria located in Benin Republic, Cotonou is another great destination to tour.  Despite its closeness to Nigeria, several Nigerians have not paid the country a visit and I can assure you that they are missing out on a lot of goodies. If you do not have all the money to travel far, why not start from Cotonou. Some of the best things to do in Cotonou are visit the floating village of Ganvie, explore the Dantokpa market, visit historical centers and of course, go to the beach. It is also possible that you discover a personal way to have fun during your trip to Cotonou. You get 90 days to stay in the country visa-free so just explore!



There is a popular saying nowadays, ‘In Poland life is good. To some people Poland an Eastern European country shouldn’t be here, However, today for anyone who can try Poland especially those young people who are studying in a country where English is not the official language, more and more young people are chosen Poland. Because studying to stay in Poland is a worthwhile experience.

Generally speaking, the standard of living is high in Poland but the cost of living is lower compared with other advanced economies such as Germany and France. Things are working well and getting things done such as have your papers stay is not a stressful exercise. Essential and modern amenities you required, that are expensive in Western Europe you can get them here at affordable prices in Poland

Poland is a preferable alternative when you compare with most cheaper alternative destinations in Europe that you will not want to move on after staying for a while.

Likewise, it is cheaper to get a Polish visa in Nigeria all things being equal than processing a German visa.



Turkey is gradually becoming a preferred destination for many Nigerians and if you’re looking for the cheapest country to travel from Nigeria, Turkey a gateway country to Europe, Asia and the Middle East is a place to travel especially for so journals.

Things are done differently here and the authorities here are immigration friendly, realistically, to get to Turkey is not expensive in that there are many budget flights providers you can approach to do it for you, depending on your needs.

If you intend to study, it could be inexpensive if you can study in Turkish, however, if you want to go to a private school where English is used as the medium of expression, be ready to pay handsomely.

In most Turkish cities goods and consumable items are relatively cheap and available, as partially Islamic country sellers of commodities are fairly in dealing with consumers.

In a nutshell, Turkey is one the cheapest countries you can live and enjoy European life.

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