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Visa Requirements for UK Passport Holders – Equatorial Guinea (Republic of Equatorial Guinea)

British nationals are required to obtain a visa to visit the Republic of Equatorial Guinea. British nationals are currently required to apply at the Equatorial Guinea embassy in Moscow.

VISA REQUIREMENTS FOR UK Passport Holders

Equatorial Guinea Tourist Visa

  • UK passport with at least 6 months validity remaining
  • One (1) Fully completed application form
  • Two (2) passport type photographs
  • Copy of the airline ticket or itinerary
  • Proof of financial support
  • Copy of the Green Card if the applicant is a resident alien

Equatorial Guinea Business Visa

  • UK passport with at least 6 months validity remaining
  • One (1) Fully completed application form
  • Two (2) passport type photographs
  • Copy of the airline ticket or itinerary
  • Proof of financial support
  • Copy of the Green Card if the applicant is a resident alien
  • Letter of invitation from the host company stating the purpose of business and duration of travel.

Note: Travelers visiting Equatorial Guinea should check that their passports are properly endorsed at the airport, on arrival and departure, before leaving the immigration desk. Reports have been filed of travelers being delayed or threatened with detention due to their passports not having been properly stamped.

Yellow Fever Vaccination Certificate
Travellers must be aware that immigration / health authorities in Equatorial Guinea now obliges visitors to have an international vaccination certificate in order to enter/leave Equatorial Guinea. All flights are systematically checked.

For those who do not produce the yellow booklet, a tax of 5,000 Central African Francs will be levied. As all airlines have been informed, entry refusal may occur if this rule is not followed.

Traveling with children
Adults travelling alone with children or single parents should be aware that some countries necessitate documentary evidence of parental responsibility before allowing lone parents to enter the country or, in some cases, before permitting the children to leave or exit the country.

Health

Malaria, cholera and water-borne diseases are known to be common in Equatorial Guinea. Medical facilities, however, are poor and emergency facilities are extremely limited. Pharmacies in Malabo and Bata stock basic medication. For serious medical treatment, evacuation to Europe would be needed.

Information gathered here are subject to change without prior notice. UK passport holders traveling to Equatorial Guinea are highly encouraged to contact the following embassies to obtain further information on entry requirements and embassy details:

Embassy of Equatorial Guinea

13 Park Place, St. James’
London SW1A 1LP
United Kingdom
Telephone: (020) 7499-6867
Telefax:  (020) 7499-6782
Website: www.embarege-londres.org
Head of Mission: Mr Agustin Nze Nfumu, Ambassador

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