Embark on a journey to explore other countries and their rich cultures without breaking the bank. These destinations offer a perfect starting point for those keen on building their travel history.
Solo adventurers will find these places enticing, but travelling in pairs or groups can enhance the experience and contribute to cost savings. The key documents required for this budget-friendly exploration include a valid International or Ecowas passport and the essential Yellow card, ensuring a seamless and memorable journey through the regions of West Africa.
Here are 4 visa-free countries to visit under N1m
Benin Republic, located between Nigeria and Togo, is waiting to be explored. With a budget ranging from N100,000 to N500,000, this destination promises an affordable and culturally immersive experience. The lively markets of Cotonou, the historic Royal Palaces of Abomey, and the serene beaches of Ouidah are just a few highlights awaiting your discovery.
Togo is a great location for travellers on a tight budget because of its many sceneries, including rolling hills and beaches surrounded by palm trees. Budgeting from N350,000 to N600,000, November through February, the dry season, offers comfortable weather for touring, and some of the city’s must-see sights are the dynamic Lomé Grand Market, the serene Togoville on Lake Togo, and the highly cultural Koutammakou, also referred to as the Land of the Batammariba.
Ghana, celebrated for its warm hospitality and rich historical significance, seamlessly merges culture and nature, Explore within a budget of N500,000 to N800,000. Travelers can immerse themselves in the markets of Accra, explore the profound history of Cape Coast Castle, visit galleries, and relax on the pristine beaches of Busua, with top picks including the iconic Cape Coast and Elmina Castles, the lush Kakum National Park, and the enlightening W.E.B. Du Bois Center in Accra.
Côte d’Ivoire, the enchanting Ivory Coast, seamlessly combines modernity and tradition. With a budget of 600k to 900k, enjoy the city life of Abidjan, experience the unique Senufo culture in Korhogo, and unwind on the pristine beaches of Grand-Bassam. Unmissable highlights include the grandeur of the Basilica of Our Lady of Peace in Yamoussoukro, the diverse wildlife of Comoe National Park, and the scenic beauty of Assinie Beach.