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List of 28 countries that you can visit visa free with a Nigerien passport in 2022

Niger is a West African country whose most territory is stretched out in the Sahara Desert. Still, Niger citizens have visa-free access to 28 countries*, can get an eVisa to 20 countries and can apply for a visa on arrival in 22 countries. As a result, the Henley Report ranked the Nigerian passport the 90th in terms of freedom of movement. 

Where Can Nigeriens Travel Without a Visa?

Here are the countries citizens of Niger can visit visa-free: 

CountryAllowed stay
Benin90 days
Burkina Fasoup tp 90 days
Cape Verde90 days
Central African Republic3 months
Chad3 months
Cote d'Ivoireup to 90 days
Dominica21 days
Ecuador90 days
Gambia28 days
Ghana90 days
Guineaup to 30 days
Guinea-Bissauup to 90 days
Haiti3 months
Hong Kong14 days
Liberiaup to 90 days
Maliup to 90 days
Mauritania30 days
Micronesiaup to 60 days
Morocco90 days
Nigeriaup to 90 days
Palestine30 days
Philippines30 days
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines1 month
Senegal30 days
Sierra Leoneup to 90 days
Singapore30 days
Togoup to 90 days
Tunisia90 days

eVisa Required for Niger 

The following countries issue eVisas for visitors from Niger:

CountryAllowed stay
Antigua and Barbuda90 days
Cambodia30 days
Djibouti31 days
Ethiopiaup to 90 days
Gabonup to 6 months
Georgiaup to 3 months
Kenya90 days
Kyrgyzstanup to 90 days
Lesotho90 days
Madagascar30 days
Pakistan30 days
Qatar30 days
Rwanda60 days
Saint Kitts and Nevisup to 90 days
Sao Tome and Pri­ncipe3 months
South Sudanup to 6 months
Sri Lanka30 days
Suriname90 days
Zambia90 days
Zimbabwe90 days

Countries With Visa on Arrival for Niger

Nigerien citizens can get a visa on arrival for the following countries:

CountryAllowed stay
Bangladesh30 days
Bolivia90 days
Cambodia30 days
Comoros45 days
Republic of the Congo7 days
Ethiopiaup to 90 days
Iran30 days
Macau30 days
Madagascar30 days
Maldives30 days
Mauritius60 days
Mozambique30 days
Nepal30 days
Nicaraguaup to 90 days
Palau30 days
Rwanda60 days
Samoa90 days
Seychelles30 days
Somalia30 days
Timor-Leste30 days
Tuvalu30 days
Uganda45 days

Niger Visa Requirements 

Visitors from Niger cannot enter these countries without a visa: 

AfghanistanFranceNew Zealand
AlbaniaGermanyNorth Macedonia
ArgentinaGuyanaPapua New Guinea
Australia and territoriesHungaryPeru
BarbadosIrelandSaint Lucia
BelarusIsraelSan Marino
BelgiumItalySaudi Arabia
Bosnia and HerzegovinaJordanSlovenia
BotswanaKazakhstanSolomon Islands
BrazilKiribatiSouth Africa
BruneiNorth KoreaSpain
BulgariaSouth KoreaSudan
Democratic Republic of the CongoLiechtensteinThailand
Costa RicaLithuaniaTonga
CroatiaLuxembourgTrinidad and Tobago
Czech RepublicMaltaUkraine
DenmarkMarshall IslandsUnited Arab Emirates
Dominican RepublicMexicoUnited Kingdom and Crown dependencies
EgyptMoldovaUnited States
El SalvadorMonacoUruguay
Equatorial GuineaMongoliaUzbekistan

Passport Requirements for Niger

To enter a visa-free country, you need to have a valid passport. Some countries may require your passport to be valid for three months before entering the country, while other countries have a 6-month requirement.

For example, all citizens who enter Guinea Bissau must have a passport with a six-month validity period. A few countries may ask for a four months validity period- it all depends on which country you are visiting, so make sure you check these requirements before traveling.

Travel Health Insurance 

It’s important to have travel health insurance when you plan your visa-free travel trip. While some countries do not necessarily require health insurance, there are a few countries where you cannot enter without travel insurance. 


If you want to visit any of the following visa-free countries, you need to have an international vaccination certificate with you:

  • Benin
  • Burkina Faso
  • Chad
  • Côte d’Ivoire
  • Ghana
  • Guinea
  • Liberia
  • Mali
  • Mauritania
  • Senegal
  • Sierra Leone

Some countries may require a vaccination certificate only if you are visiting from an infected country.

Return Ticket

You may also be required to provide evidence that you have bought your return flight ticket. Certain countries require this to show that you won’t be staying more than you are allowed to stay without a visa. 

*Please note that the number of visa-free countries does not include disputed, dependent, or in-conflict territories.

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