Djibouti visa requirements for Nigerians
Travel and visa requirements
Djibouti Visa is not required for Nigerians
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the capital of Djibouti?
Djibouti City is the capital of Djibouti. It is also the largest city in the country. It’s known for its 19th-century architecture and the port at the entrance to the Red Sea.
Do I need to be vaccinated before travelling to Djibouti?
Nigerians are expected to provide proof of yellow fever on arrival to Djibouti. Tourists are generally advised to be vaccinated against common illnesses before embarking on their trip.
Is Djibouti safe for tourist travel?
Yes. Serious crime or hostility aimed specifically at travelers is very rare, and there's no reason to worry about such in Djibouti. Tourists are advised to take extra care when in crowded areas and markets, as pickpockets may operate, and avoid walking on their own in the Quartier 1, immediately south of Les Caisses market.
Can a pregnant woman travel to Djibouti?
Because of the risk of malaria, pregnant women should not, in general, travel to Djibouti. And if they must travel, they should avoid malaria-reported areas of the country and take other necessary precautions.
Dear All, Please how can a Nigerian traveling to Djibouti apply for visa as there is no link to do that? is it on arrival? if yes, which document will the traveler hold to fly??
4 months ago
How can I apply for visa or what documents should I hold along