Pandemic Travel Alert
On June 15, the suspension of international flights, in effect since March 31, was lifted.
As of 5 March 2021, U.S. Embassy in Equatorial Guinea reports that all travellers coming from the UK are prohibited entry.
As of 5 March 2021, U.S. Embassy in Equatorial Guinea reports that all travellers must present upon arrival proof of residency, employment, or business purpose of the visit.
As of 8 February 2021, commercial flights are restricted to two flights abroad per week for national companies, one internal flight per week for international companies.
The Ministry for Civil Aviation warns that entry "is subject to strict reciprocity, except via special authorisation. Thus, citizens from countries that restrict the entry of citizens of Equatorial Guinea to their territory will not be authorised to disembark in Equatorial Guinea... the European Union has published a list of countries whose citizens are admitted to its territory, and Equatorial Guinea is not included on it". The US does not yet have an entry restriction that restrict the entry of citizens of Equatorial Guinea, so this restiction may not apply to holders of US passport, but the decison is made by the airline.
"Official Policy Committee announcement on end of confinement throughout national territory from June 15th"
U.S. Embassy in Equatorial Guinea: COVID-19 Information
Decree on new complementary measures for containment of pandemic
"Application of decree 45/2020 on reopening of international flights"
US CDC: Travelers Prohibited from Entry to the United States Entry Requirements
Source: U.S. Embassy in Equatorial Guinea: COVID-19 Information ) Testing
All travellers must present upon arrival a certificate of negative diagnosis for the coronavirus through a PCR test, valid within the previous 48 hours. No airline is allowed to admit passengers on board without a valid PCR negative certificate.
All travellers must submit to a rapid test upon arrival.
All arrivals must quarantine for 5 days, at traveller's expense.
Travellers without a valid and negative PCR test upon arrival, are likely to be sent to mandatory government quarantine.
An exit PCR test is required.
Source: U.S. Embassy in Equatorial Guinea: COVID-19 Information ) Other
Pre-pandemic visa rules
The World Health Organization reports (15 November 2018)
a risk of yellow fever in Equatorial Guinea. The government of Equatorial Guinea requires proof of a yellow fever vaccination certificate for
travellers arriving from or having transited through
countries with risk of yellow fever transmission.
- There are no transit facilities, travellers must comply with all entry regulations for Equatorial Guinea.
U.S. policy on dual nationality can be found