Yes, Nigerians require a visa to visit Tanzania. All nations visiting the country, including Nigerians, must apply for a visa. Fortunately, visiting the embassy in person is no longer essential, since applications for the eVisa may now be done online using a simple form. Nigerian passport holders can simplify the visa procedure and speed up their passing through border control by applying for a visa to Tanzania online.
Nigerian travelers to Tanzania must apply for the appropriate visa based on their purpose for visiting the country:
- A single-entry tourist visa for Tanzania permits the visitor to stay in the nation for up to three months for tourism, leisure, or any other activity permitted by Tanzanian law.
- A multiple-entry Tanzania tourist visa is meant for individuals who need to visit Tanzania frequently. This visa is valid for a maximum of 12 months and permits tourists to stay in Tanzania for up to three months at a time.
- A transit visa is offered for tourists who want to remain in Tanzania on their route to another country for no more than seven days.
- A Tanzania business visa is provided to Nigerian passport holders who are visiting the country in their professional capacity or conducting business and allows for a stay of up to three months from arrival date.