Dominica Republic Welcomes Ghanaians: Visa-Free Travel

Ghanaians Can Travel To Dominica Without A Visa

Ghanaian citizens with regular passports can travel to Dominica without a visa. Visa-free basically means you don’t require a visa to enter the nation. Dominica is a Caribbean island. Dominica is a stunning island with lush tropical rainforests and natural hot springs. Its neighbors are Saint Lucia, Grenada, Barbados, and the Dominican Republic.

Dominica is one of the few countries where Ghanaian nationals with regular passports can visit without a visa and stay for up to six months.

Dominica is famous for its volcanoes, picturesque mountains, tropical rain forests, and rivers. The country features wonderful tourist attractions worth viewing, including Boiling Lake, Cabrits National Park, Ti Tou Gorge, Portsmouth, Trafalgar Falls, and Morne Trois Pitons National Park, to name a few.

The capital of Dominica is Roseau. Dominica became independent in 1978. Both the French and the British colonized the country. Dominica does not have its own international airport; instead, international flights are routed through surrounding airports. The Dominicans speak Dominican Creole French. Dominica’s currency is the Eastern Caribbean dollar, and its country code is +1-767. Dominica also has a population of approximately 74,925.

If you want to go on an adventure and visit this small island, you’ll only need your ticket, travel insurance, and luggage. Because the island lacks an international airport, you must arrive at Barbados International Airport (Grantley Adams International Airport).

Visa requirements for Ghanaian citizens: No visa is required for up to six months.