MCT/MVP West Africa Summit:
A Travel Guide To Abuja, Nigeria

Visas, Hotels, Sights, Sounds and Experiences of Abuja.

VISAS

With the exception of citizens/nationals of member states of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), delegates of other nationalities are required to possess a valid Nigerian visa in order to be admitted into Nigeria from any of its international ports.Nigerian visas are issued through the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) desk at either the Nigerian Embassy or Consulate in your home country. The nation also has a Visa-on-Arrival scheme for interested travellers.

To ease the process of visa-on-arrival application and procurement, MCT Nigeria User Group has partnered with IATA Certified agency, Philian Travels Nigeria to make your travel preparations seamless!

Please note that the NIS applies different charges to various nationalities for Visa-on-Arrival application.

How to Contact Philian Travels

Send An Email: Contact Philian Travels via email at philiantravels.ng@gmail.com
Send a text/WhatsApp message: Contact Philian Travels via mobile or whatsApp at +234 803 681 4902, referencing MCT/MVP West Africa Summit, to kick-start your visa procurement.

HOTELS

In order to ensure that our delegates get the best of the MCT/MVP West Africa Summit and enjoy the city of Abuja, we are recommending the following hotels, which are close to and no more than a 10 minutes drive to the venue of the conference.

TRAVEL WITHIN ABUJA

We recommend the following easy ways to get around, some of which you may already be familiar with from your home country or other countries you have visited.

  • Uber:¬†Probably the most popular ride hailing service in the world
  • Bolt: Formerly known as Taxify. This is another internationally popular ride hailing service
  • Rida: Ride hailing service in Nigeria with a slightly cheaper price point than the two above

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