Thinking of exploring some parts of Africa but you’re unsure of the array of fascination they bring? Think no further and check out what these African countries have in store.

1. Namibia

Namibia is one of Africa’s beauties, which is mostly famous for the highest dunes in the world, located in Sossusvlei. Tourists are offered access to take scenic flights over the iconic peak of the pink-to-orange dunes which give a breathtaking photographic view. Namibia is also home to Etosha National park, one of the World’s greatest game reserves that offer attractive wildlife viewing. Never forget Brandberg Mountain which is a rewarding attraction for climbers, and hikers and gives a gleaming color seen often in the setting sun.

A visa is required to enter Namibia for all Nigerian citizens.

Visit Etosha National Park, Namibia
Etosha National Park, Namibia.

2. Zambia

Apart from being one of the safest countries in the world, Zambia is fast becoming a hot spot for tourism in Africa. Famously known for the Victoria Falls and Lusaka National Museum, it offers an abundance of wildlife as well as a wide range of wonder from nature’s pocket. The amazing fishing experience, white water rafting, canoe Safaris, and a quiet sunset cruise that the Zambezi River offers can not be left unnoticed. There’s a buffet of tourist activity to do here!

A visa is required to enter Zambia for all Nigerian citizens.

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3. Senegal

This West African country which owes its name to the Senegal River, is a holidayer’s delight, featuring Goree Island which captures the symbol of the Atlantic Slave trade. Take a visit to the iconic Lake Rethba, known for its high salinity and incredible pink color when hit directly by sunlight and watch a fascinating salt harvesting done by friendly locals. Also worthy of mention is the holy city of Mouridism, Touba, burial place of its founder; a large mosque stands next to his sepulchre. Senegal has other amazing places like Lompoul desert with its awesome presence of sand dunes; also get entertained by the celebrations of the Sahel musical festival, and discover peculiar species of birds at the Djoud National Bird Sanctuary, and many more.

What makes Senegal an ideal destination for Nigerian citizens is that it is visa-free.

Visit the beautiful Holy city of Mouridism, Touba, senegal
Inside the beautiful Holy city of Mouridism, Touba.

4. Rwanda

With remarkable places to visit, Rwanda is a calming place for Tourists. The Akagera National Park welcomes you as you visit the home of the Big five – The Lion, Elephant, Rhinoceros, Buffalo and Leopard. Enjoy an amazing Safari experience at the famous Nyungwe National Park, while you get to explore the Muzimu trail, opening your eyes to the exquisite view of Lake Kivu.

A visit to Rwanda requires visa on arrival for Nigerian citizens.

5. Kenya

Popular for her abundance of wildlife, Kenya is one place holidayers should look forward to visiting. Visit Malindi and Watamu to explore the diversity of aquatic life that is embraced by coral reefs. Relish the sight of pink flamingos at the bird lover’s haven which is one of Kenya’s finest parks, Lake Nakuru National Park. Visit Nairobi National Museum and enjoy the display of richness in Kenya’s history, presenting Kenya’s beautiful culture and contemporary art in its entire glory. Visit the Nairobi National Park and revel in the bountifulness of wildlife or take a walk on the walking trail for hikers. A lot of tourist attractions await you if you make that trip.

For Nigerians, a visit to Kenya requires visa on arrival.

Tourists at Nairobi National Park, Kenya
Come closer to wildlife.

6. Egypt

Place of the notable ancient Pharoahs and pyramids, here lies Egypt. A country with the perfect blend of cultural history, interesting adventures, and comfortability. Egypt is home to the only surviving seven wonders of the world – The Pyramids of Giza, and here also situates the twisting curl of the Nile – Aswan. Enjoy a camel ride to St. Simeon, a desert monastery. Take a car ride to feed your eyes with one of the world’s greatest museum collections in Cairo’s Egyptian Museum or a Nile cruise to the Temple of Kom Ombo and Eddy’s Temple of Horus.

A visa is required to enter Egypt for all Nigerian citizens.

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