Because Christmas is coming and you don't want to be caught in Nigeria.
The cold Christmas night is gradually drawing near and you really don't want to spend it doing the same old things.
Well, it’s not too late to book a vacation especially one without a Visa. Try visiting these places:
Sitting on the east coast of Africa in the middle of the Indian Ocean, the Seychelles is a tropical paradise. Nigerians can visit Seychelles without obtaining a Visa as Visa's are given on arrival.
Visit world heritage nature reserves, quaint island communities and breathtakingly beautiful beaches, including the magnificent Anse Source D’Argent on La Dique, consistently rated as one of the best beaches in the world.
Take a boat that comes fully equipped with kayaks and snorkelling equipment, allowing you to make the most of the Seychelles’ crystal clear waters.
2. Cape Verde
Take your sense of adventure with you as you hike over volcanic mountains, climb through deep gorges and walk along white sandy beaches in Cape Verde.
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From the very African interior of So Domingos to the British colonial town of Mindelo, it’s a trek that offers beautiful landscapes, fascinating culture and a chance to give a little back to the communities you pass through.
Discover the laidback charm and easy smiles of the Cambodian people as you temple-hop through Angkor Wat, take on the frantic streets of Phnom Penh and relax on the palm-fringed beaches of Sihanoukville.
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There's a magic about this charming kingdom that casts a spell on visitors. In Cambodia, ancient and modern worlds collide to create an authentic adventure. You might want to visit its capital, Phnom Penh, home to the art deco Central Market, glittering Royal Palace and the National Museum's historical and archaeological exhibits.
In the country's northwest are the ruins of Angkor Wat, a massive stone temple complex built during the Khmer Empire. And you don't need to apply for a Visa!
Comoros is a living history of secluded beaches and magic. Named after the Arabic word for ‘moon’, Qamar, this poetically named little island is located between Madagascar and Mozambique.
For a swim, the sheltered beaches around Trou du Prophète (Prophet’s Hole) can’t be beaten. Legend has it that the Prophet Mohammed hid from marauding pirates behind the tall rocks in the bay. You could certainly hide there all afternoon: the light is exquisite and the water translucent.
From the traditional Bobo massages to the therapeutic rays of South Pacific sun, the islands of Fiji offer visitors the ultimate in relaxation.
Take a stroll through the botanical gardens of Nadi before settling in on the beach to watch the sun slip down for the night. Nap in the shade of a Savusavu palm tree, or float in the lagoons of Viti Levu.
The waterfalls and lush rainforest of Taveuni Island are peaceful places to commune with nature at your own pace.