Travelling no doubt is a lot of fun. There’s the part where you meet new people, discover new things about different cultures, explore attractions and basically relax.
And if you’re looking out for somewhere outside Africa to use enjoyment and kill yourself during your vacation, honeymoon or any experience, we compiled a list of some beautiful places you can see without the hassles of getting a visa.
1. Saint Kitts and Nevis
If natural beauty, sunny skies, warm waters, and white sandy beaches are your thing, then you should pack your bags to Saint Kitts and Nevis.
Haiti is an island so there’s bound to be a lot of fun for travellers. With its favourable climate, the long coastline of beaches and most mountainous ranges in the Caribbean, waterfalls, underground caves, colonial architecture and distinct cultural history, Haiti has had its history as an attractive destination for tourists. It is visa-free for 3 months.
3. Fiji Island
For a whopping four months, you can stay in this beautiful island without a visa. With white sandy beaches, aesthetically pleasing islands with an all-year-round tropical weather, what are you waiting for?
If you’re just tired and need to change location with an emphasis on rest, then maybe Dominica is a perfect fit for you. Compared to the other Carribean islands, the tour is still in its infancy as regards tourism. However, there’s a wide range of activities for eco-tourists who are interested in landscapes and wildlife. For people from Ghana and Nigeria, you can stay as long as 6 months but for Kenyans, it’s for about 21 days.
5. Antigua and Barbuda
Antigua and Barbuda has a lot of beaches. It is also the quintessential Caribbean, full of candy-coloured villages, a rum-infused mellowness and bright-eyed locals that greet you with wide smiles.
Tuvalu resembles the classic image of a South Sea paradise and visitors can enjoy the peaceful atmosphere and numerous beaches. The Funafuti Lagoon is one of Tuvalu’s greatest attractions and it provides an excellent location for swimming and snorkelling
Vanuatu is a Pacific island adventure far beyond any notions of cruise-ship ports and flashy resorts. Deserted beaches, ancient culture, remote and rugged islands and world-class diving are just a small part of the magnetism of this scattered 80-plus island archipelago.
Grenada is actually a tri-island state: Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique and is referred to as the Island of Spice. It is located in the Southern Caribbean and is popular for the world’s first Underwater Sculpture Park.