Sec+ is a pretty solid foundation to a lot of other stuff, and often a requirement for government jobs.
https://pauljerimy.com/security-certification-roadmap/ (read from the bottom up)
After that, it’s worth thinking about what type of security you enjoy working with, and building up experience and certs mainly in that domain. But Sec+ (and other basics) give you a chance to think about a variety of domains, which I think is useful if you haven’t worked out yet what your preferences are. It took me ages to work out how much I preferred Blue Team/Forensics stuff, and only after I’d dabbled in a whole bunch of other things.
I’d like to do GCFE later, myself, but I don’t think there’s any appetite for that locally. I’d also find CEH interesting/useful - understanding Red Team strategy is useful for Blue Team work.
Would definitely be useful to know what local employers are looking for @szlwzl !
I think it’s also worthwhile googling a bit to find out what certs might increase your pay the most, to make sure you’re doing something worth the time.