Citizens of Sao Tome & Principe can now apply for an e-visa to visit Nigeria. However, applications for the e-visa can only be made 48 hours before the date of entry into Nigeria.
If you live in Africa, traveling to Nigeria should not be difficult. The e-Visa is the simplest method to enter and pass.
That is why we are pleased to provide the program, so you may submit from any place provided that you have internet access and a smart device.
All applicants need is a valid passport and their email address, and they will receive confirmation of approval within 15 minutes. If you are traveling with minors under 18 years old, please note that they also need to apply for visas separately.
Apply now for the Nigeria Tourist e-Visa on Arrival for Citizens of Sao Tome & Principe.
What is the average time it takes to process a Nigerian Tourist e-Visa application?
When completing an online application for your Nigeria Tourist e-Visa on Arrival for Citizens of Sao Tome & Principe, you must select a processing speed.
- Standard Processing Time takes up to 6 days to process.
- Rush Processing Time takes up to 4 days to process.
- Super Rush Processing Time takes up to 2 days to process.
What is the overall price of a Nigeria e-Visa?
The full price of your Nigeria Tourist e-Visa on Arrival for Citizens of Sao Tome & Principe consists of the visa fee and the processing time cost.
- Standard method, the most common service for the lowest fee.
- Rush method, a faster requirement for a bigger price.
- Super rush method, when you need your visa asap.
How many times can I use a Tourist e-Visa to visit Nigeria?
Each variant of an e-Visa limits the number of times you may visit the designated country.
When you purchase a Tourist e-Visa for Nigeria, you can use it only once.
Expiration Date of a Nigerian e-Visa
The Date of Issuance is the last day you may legally use your visa to enter Nigeria when purchasing an e-Visa. It will expire 14 days after being issued.
What is the Maximum Stay Time in Nigeria with a Tourist e-Visa?
Nigeria Tourist e-Visa on Arrival for Citizens of Sao Tome & Principe is valid for no more than 30 days from the date of first entry into Nigeria.
This implies that you will need a departure ticket that shows you are leaving Nigeria before or on the last day of your permitted stay.
Is it possible to use the Tourist e-Visa for Nigeria for other purposes? Is it a one-time or multiple-use visa?
Nigeria Tourist e-Visa on Arrival for Citizens of Sao Tome & Principe is only for tourism. You won't be able to work or live in Nigeria for a lengthy spell.
Information on the Nigeria e-Visa
Before you apply for the Nigeria Tourist e-Visa on Arrival for Citizens of Sao Tome & Principe, it's a good idea to gather all of your papers.
You will need to provide:
- Provide your passport number, a clear picture of the passport holder, the name, and the place of issuance for each passport.
- Provide a Cover Letter with your contact number and email address. A proof of the purpose of the visit, with a few recent photos that show you with friends or colleagues at work.
- Provide an Invitation Letter from a Nigerian individual or business.
- Provide Airline Confirmation with flight numbers, arrival, and departure dates.
- Provide Applicant Photo, take a clear selfie with your face and shoulders in the frame.
- Before the expiration date on your e-Visa, you must show that you are leaving Nigeria by showing a return ticket.
- Your passport will need to have at least 6 months of validity remaining from the day you intend to arrive in Nigeria.
- When traveling throughout Africa, you'll need a Yellow Fever Vaccination Certificate from several nations.
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Nigeria has a beautiful coastal area that is filled with beaches. There are also some very interesting places inland. We recommend visiting Yankari Game Reserve, Makurdi Safari Park, and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Obudu Cattle Ranch.
Visitors who wish to swim or scuba dive should visit Calabar, Lagos, and Port Harcourt. Tourism is important to Nigeria's economy, and many local tour groups can help visitors get started.
Yankari Game Reserve is home to animals such as elephants, lions, and chimpanzees. It makes for a perfect first stop on the trip because it is close to Abuja and easy to reach by road.