While citizens of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) do not require a visa and are allowed in the country for up to 90 days, all intending visitors to the Federal Republic of Nigeria are mandated to have a passport valid for a minimum of six months beyond the date of departure and must obtain a valid entry visa excluding transit passengers with connecting flight and they must stay within the airport terminal.

Though the fees vary according to nationality, Nigeria visa must be obtained in the country where applicant is domiciled or nearest Nigeria Embassy or High commission to the country of residence. Visa types include Single-Entry Tourist Visa valid for up to six months; Multiple-Entry Tourist Visa valid for up to 12 months. 

Our agency will guide you on how to obtain your visa including the provision of ‘Letter of Invitation’ and other necessary details. You must provide a Letter of Invitation from Nigeria while trying to get your visa.

Our invitation letter is free of charge to individual / group that have booked any of our tours or travel services. Letter of Invitation does not guarantee visa application approval but is required for processing visa application.  The Consular Section at Nigeria Embassy or High Commission reserves the final right to issue or deny visa application.


Visa on Arrival (VOA) is issued at the port of entry in Nigeria. It is available to intending visitors unable to obtain visa at a Nigeria Missions/Embassies in their countries of residence due to the absence of a Nigerian mission in those countries or other exigencies.  We assist visitors to Nigeria who are eligible for VOA and have booked any of our services by applying on their behalf for Visa on Arrival Approval Letter. Once approval letter is obtained by us, the visitor can now apply and make payment online before arrival or at point of arrival subject to presentation of Visa on Arrival Approval Letter. Visitor will be issued a visa on arrival by presenting approval letter and proof of payment.