With the evolution of the global pandemic situation, caused by the Covid-19 virus, little by little displacements and trips are starting again, both nationally and internationally. From the Embassy in Brussels we wanted to explain what you should know to travel to Equatorial Guinea.
First and foremost, all people who have to travel to Equatorial Guinea have to present a negative PCR certificate to enter the country. In addition, in the case in which during the trip trips are made within the country, a negative test must be carried out 48 hours prior to the trip.
To travel to Equatorial Guinea, the international vaccination card is also essential. And in this case it is not a rule as a result of Covid-19, but it has been present in the rules of entry into the country for years. Specifically, the yellow fever vaccine is mandatory and must appear on the card. Although this is the only one really mandatory, travelers are recommended to have other vaccines, such as malaria, hepatitis and tetanus-diphtheria.
Apart from the negative PCR test and the vaccines in order, to travel to Equatorial Guinea it is necessary to have the following documents. You can find much more complete information, as well as the official forms in the consular section of our website:
-Visa. You can process it through the Diplomatic Mission of Equatorial Guinea present in your jurisdiction.
-It is advisable, as in other trips throughout the world, to travel to Equatorial Guinea with medical insurance, in case of illness or accident.