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Tourism in Nigeria

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Nigeria's cultural heritage is woven from threads of history and diversity, legend and conquest. Tourists visiting the country will gain insights to a glorious past as well as a promising future, set amid the natural beauty of this diverse country. From the rain forests in the south, the broad savanna woodlands in the center, to a semi-desert region in the north, Nigeria offers a remarkable range of physical beauty in her land and hospitality of her people, ready to be enjoyed by tourists who choose to visit this land of ancient empires as their travel destination.

NATURAL TOURIST SITES

PARK AND GAME RESERVES

ENTERTAINMENT

NOTICE BOARD

visas
Visa applications are being processed within 48 hours of applications submitted to the Embassy. Applicants are requested to ensure that all relevant document are submitted to avoid delay.
Passport
The Mission does not have a passport issuing desk. However, passport intervention exercises are being conducted periodically in Ho Chi Min City by immigration officers from our Mission in Malaysia. Applicants will be notified accordingly of this exercises through our website.

Important Notification

DOCUMENTS For AUTHENTICATION
ALL DOCUMENTS EMANATING FROM NIGERIA FOR AUTHENTICATION BY THE MISSION MUST FIRST BE SUBMITTED TO THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS IN ABUJA. THIS IS FOR STRICT COMPLIANCE PLEASE.
Distance Learning Center (DLC)
The Mission wishes to inform all interested candidates that Nigerian Embassy in Hanoi has been designated as information and examination centers for the Ahmadu Bello University Distance Learning Center (DLC), which was established in 2015. This is part of the Federal government’s drive to broaden the capacity of Nigerian universities to admit more prospective students. Interested persons should contact Mr. A.A. Aremu, Second Secretary at the Mission