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Most tourists visiting Libya pick the Sahara Desert as their chosen destination. The Sahara Desert covers more than 92% of the Libyan territory. The calm and natural beauty of the desert gives tourists the liberty to enjoy a private getaway with unlimited photographic opportunities. This is a dream for adventurers and nature lovers. Archeological sites are also aplenty in the country. The country has 5 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, three of these are classical ruins. All these sites are heavily visited by tourists all through the year.
 
The tourism industry has taken a considerable hit in recent times because of the unrest in the country. Most countries advise their citizens against all forms of travel to Libya.

Basic Travel Requirements for Nigerians visiting Libya

  • A Nigerian passport valid for at least 6 months from the intended arrival date and must have 2 blank pages for visa stamp.
  • Duly completed and signed visa application form.
  • If the applicant is a minor, the parents/legal guardians have to sign the form.
  • Passport-size photographs (40 mm x 60 mm) taken in white background.
  • Travel document.
  • Proof of financial support.
  • Proof of accommodation.
  • Copy of return flight ticket
  • Documentation showing applicant’s ties to home country, e.g. verification from applicant’s employer.
  • Documentation confirming the purpose of travel.
  • Copy of travel itinerary.

Types of Libya Visa

Types of Visa Processing Time Duration of Stay
Tourist Visa 10 working days 30 days
Business Visa 10 working days 30 days

Places in Visas of Libya Fees

Visa Type Sub Type Visa Fees
Tourist Visa 65.00 (LYD)
Business Visa 65.00 (LYD)

FAQs about Places in Visas of Libya

When is the best time to visit Libya ?

Spring and autumn bring dry hot winds from the south so wintertime is the best season for visiting Libya since it offers warm temperatures.

Is it safe to travel to Libya ?

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) advise against all travel to Libya due to the ongoing fighting, threat of terrorist attacks and kidnapping of foreigners (including from ISIL-affiliated extremists), as well as a dangerous security situation throughout the country.

Can you people help me,i want to work/stay i like the country thanks. ?

Good day sir, please how can I get working visa to work in Libya? ?

How much is Visa fee from Nigeria... ?

I needs a job in Libya, please how will I get it ?

Pls how can I get a working visa to Libya.. And how much can it cost me ?

Pls how can I get a working visa to Libya , & how much it cost me? ?

Can I stay for 1 years visa ?

I want a visa to Libya, am a Nigerian residing in Lagos, what is required to get the visa and how much is the visa fee ?

I like to travel to Libya and how much is the visa and ticket ?

How much in Nigeria currency ?

Good day sir my name are KINSEY ODINE am from Nigeria i just came back from Libya January 9 our flight landed in kano airport. please sir i will love to go back to Libya soon i want to know the cost of visa and ticket my email [email protected] ?

My is uguru chijioke ikoko Please how can apply for visa to enter to lybia . What and what is the basic requirement's to get visa to lybia ?

How can i get working visa to libya ?

Good day sir/ Ma, Please can you help me procure visa to Libya. ?

My nane is olsdimeji tunde i am in OYO STATE NIGERIA i like to work in libya,how much will cost me for visa my email is [email protected] ?

Which bank can someone buy Libya visa fee and how is it ?

Please enlight me better I have an offer from libya to work an ulphostry job for him over at Tripoli so how Will it b easy for me sir ?

How much would it cost me to travel to Libya ? [email protected] ?

If I have someone in libya that does not have passport and i want to visit him or her how am I going to do it ?

Can I go to libya now ?

Good morning, I want to travel to Libya so pls I need your help ?

2 Visas of Libya found

Tourist Visa from Nigeria to Libya
Tourist Visa from Nigeria to Libya

Tourist Visa from Nigeria to Libya

Visas of Libya, Visa, Tourist visa

Abuja

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Nigerians traveling to Libya for tourism purposes can apply for the Libyan tourist visa. The Libyan tourist visa is valid for 30 days. Visitors travelling to Libya for touristic purposes are required to convert US$1,000, or equivalent, in freely convertible cash or debit the amount from a valid credit card upon arrival. Failure to do so will result in the traveler being refused entry. Foreigners visiting a resident, provided holding proof of sponsorship covering entire stay and those traveling as part of a paid tourist package are exempted from this. Proof of vaccination of yellow fever must be provided. The export of local currency is prohibited.  Libya's economy operates on a “cash-only" basis for almost all transactions, so foreigners are advised to take enough cash. Within three days of arrival in Libya, visitors must register at the police station closest to where they are residing. When in Libya, Carry proof of citizenship and valid immigration status at all times. Make contingency emergency plans and maintain situational awareness at all times. You may be detained for questioning if you do not have your passport with you. It is illegal for foreigners to take pictures of certain buildings, especially military and government facilities. The importation and consumption of alcohol, pornography, and pork products are illegal in Libya.

Business Visa from Nigeria to Libya
Business Visa from Nigeria to Libya

Business Visa from Nigeria to Libya

Visas of Libya, Visa, Business visa

Abuja

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The Libyan business visa is for Nigerians traveling to Libya for business purposes. The Libyan business visa has two types: Single-entry visa: this visa is valid for 30 days. Multiple-entry visa: this visa is valid for 90 days. A temporary residency paperwork should be provided to foreigners by the host company.  Applicants should provide invitation letter from a company that operates in Libya or other sponsors. For sponsored applicants, a letter from employer or sponsoring company should be provided introducing the applicant, indicating the applicant's employment status/position held in the company and clearly stating the purpose of visit to Libya. The business letter must also indicate who will be financially responsible for the applicant and must provide detailed contact information in Libya. Certificate of Business Registration of the inviting company should be submitted with other necessary documents.