Here are all the countries Ghanaians can visit without a visa this year

From Swaziland, Seychelles, Madagascar to Kenya, here are the countries Ghanaians can visit without a visa.

Bali, Indonesia

Vacations just got better. Your travelling goals to some of the beautiful places in the world is now possible with these visa free countries. You can now visit some magnificent sceneries, natural beauty and breath-taking seascapes, indulge in exciting activities, shop till you drop and enjoy delicious cuisine.

We bring you 27 exotic vacations Ghanaians can take without a visa. These destinations are perfect vacation getaways, filled with fun-filled activities that will make your vacation memorable.

The list below has all the visa-free countries that you can visit as a Ghanaian citizen in Africa:Benin (Visa not required for 90 days) Burkina Faso (Visa not required) Cape Verde (Visa not required) Côte d'Ivoire (Visa not required) Djibouti (Visa on arrival).


Gambia (Visa not required for 90 days) Guinea (Visa not required) Guinea-Bissau (Visa not required for 90 days) Kenya (Visa not required for 90 days) Liberia (Visa not required) Madagascar (Visa on arrival for 90 days) Mali (Visa not required) Mauritania (Visa on Arrival)

Mauritius (Visa not Required for 90 days)

Mozambique (Visa on arrival for 30 days) Niger (Visa not required) Nigeria (Visa not required) Rwanda (Visa not required for 90 days) Senegal (Visa not required for 3 months) Seychelles (Visitor’s permit on arrival for 3 months) Sierra Leone (Visa not required) Swaziland (Visa not Required for 30 days)

Tanzania (Visa not required for 3 months) Togo (Visa not required) Uganda (Visa not required for 3 months) Zambia (Visa on arrival for 90 days) Zimbabwe (Visa not required for 3 months)

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