My trip to Dubai was the highlight of my 2019. Dubai is a city in the United Arab Emirates, a really beautiful country indeed abounding in opportunities for Nigerians. The city is undoubtedly a hyper-modern kind of city. The truth is it is one of the most visited cities in the world. If you are a Nigerian interested in traveling to Dubai, you have come to the right source of information.
I went to Dubai on the 10th of December 2019 and touched down Nigeria on the 26th of December 2019. All I did was send a copy of my Bio page from my international passport to my agent.
I applied via a travel agent. He has been tested and trusted!!! All you need is your passport and you are good to go.
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There is not much stress associated with traveling to Dubai as a Nigerian. Dubai visa is not difficult to obtain from Nigeria. You can travel to the city on business, on tourism or on a visit.
Before ever applying for a Dubai visa, you need to obtain a Nigerian international passport. The passport must also be valid for a minimum of 3 months from the date you will arrive in Dubai, provided your stay will not exceed 3 months.
If your stay will exceed 3 months, on the other hand, your visa must be valid for a minimum of 6 months from the date of entry. You can apply very easily for the Nigerian immigration passport at the nearest immigration office in your state or city.
How to apply
You can apply via a UAE resident, a travel agent or a tour company
How much to pay
The amount you pay for a visa is determined by the type of visa.
The period it requires to process visa is determined by Dubai immigration approval and the type of visa. Generally, visa processing does not require more than 8 days.
Tips on how to vacation in Dubai on a low budget
- In order for you to travel on a low budget, timing is key. Do not travel during the festive period, plane tickets are always expensive at this time of the year.
- Use the tram, train or bus for transportation. You can get that at the Metro station.
- There are cheap hotels or you can get what they call a studio, this depends on how long you’re staying.
- If you need to buy souvenirs don’t go to the mall, visit the market. (Deira Market) you will get the same quality for less.
- Change your money to naira to us dollars
- Do not cross the road if the light has not changed from red to green. You will be fined 400