Nigeria visa requirements for Angolans

Travel and visa requirements

Nigerian Visa is not required for Angolans

Stay Duration: 180 days

Entry Requirements

  • Citizens of Angola visiting Nigeria are granted visa on arrival through a pre-visa application for a stay of up to 180 days.
  • Citizens are required to obtain an approval letter on arrival before proceeding to Nigeria.
  • The application should not exceed the validity of On Arrival Approval of 14 days before travelling to the country.
  • Visitors are expected to leave at least a blank page on their passports to obtain visa stamps.
  • Amendment pages at the back of the passport are not suitable for Nigeria visas.
  • Evidence of sufficient funds to support stay in Nigeria with a recent bank statement must be provided.
  • The estimated flight time from Angola to Nigeria is 3 hours, 55 minutes.
  • Nigeria uses the West Africa Standard Time zone (GMT+1) hence, There is no time difference between Nigeria and Angola.
  • Children under the age of 16 not travelling with both parents or a legal guardian must provide a notarized letter of consent signed by the non-accompanying parent(s) or guardian.
  • Visitors must provide proof of travel arrangements including a computer-generated flight itinerary from the airline or travel agency or copy of airline tickets showing round trip travel to Nigeria and onward flight.
  • There are no currency restrictions on entry and exit.
  • Visitors are required to present a proof of Polio and Yellow Fever vaccination.
  • Visitors cannot depart the country without presenting entry stamps to the immigration authorities.
  • Transportation within Nigeria can be made through buses, minivans, taxis, rickshaws, trains and ferries.
  • Nigeria has a varied landscape. The far south is defined by its tropical rain-forest climate, Coastal plains are found in both the southwest and the southeast. The Eastern part and a little portion of the North is made up of freshwater swamp and rain-forest while the rest of the North is made up of desert lands.
  • Nigeria has a tropical climate with two seasons. A wet season from April through October and a dry season from November through March with June being the month with the highest amount of rainfall and degree of humidity.
  • Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa and the seventh most populous country in the world.
  • The country is viewed as a multinational state, as it is inhabited by 250 ethnic groups, of which the four largest are the Fulani, Hausa, Igbo and Yoruba.
  • The official language of Nigeria is the Nigerian English.
  • Nigeria also has a wide array of unexploited mineral resources which include natural gas, coal, bauxite, tantalite, gold, tin, iron ore, limestone, niobium, lead and zinc.
  • Nigeria is a religiously diverse society, with Christianity and Islam being the most widely professed religions.
  • Tourism in Nigeria centres largely on events, due to the country's ample amount of ethnic groups, but also includes rain forests, savannah, waterfalls and other natural attractions.
  • Places of interest may include the Tafawa Balewa Square(Lagos), Yankari Games Reserve (Bauchi), Obudu Cattle Ranch(Crossriver), The Nike Art Gallery, Freedom Park Lagos and the Cathedral Church of Christ, Lagos.

Frequently Asked Questions


Is it safe to travel to Nigeria?

Nigeria is a relatively safe country particularly in the metropolitan areas in the western and eastern regions. However, foreigners are warned to avoid visiting places in the north that are threatened with terrorist attacks.


Are there mosquitoes in Nigeria?

Mosquitoes are widespread in Nigeria and malaria is the most prevalent disease in the country. Travellers are advised to purchase mosquito nets and repellents to make visit convenient while in the country.


Can I extend my stay in Nigeria?

Yes, you can extend your stay for as long as 30 days provided you apply for a visa extension at the discretion of the Nigerian Immigration Ministry or Department.


Can I drink tap water in Nigeria?

About 90.8% of Nigerians' household drinking water are contaminated by E Coli bacteria only 3.7% of Nigerians had good access to clean water that was completely safe to drink. Travellers are advised to stick to bottled water instead of Tap water.