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Visas

To travel to Equatorial Guinea it is essential to have a visa. There are four modalities of the same: Tourism, Business, Humanitarian Emergency and for Congresses, Meetings and Seminars. Find all the information, as well as the application forms, in our “Consular Services” section.

When to travel?

We offer you some information that can help you on your trip.

December February

Dry season on the island of Bioko.

June August

The best time to travel to the mainland.

March-May and September-November

Temperatures drop; roads are less passable in the wet season. Not to get lost Surrounded by beautiful beaches with black and white volcanic sand, Bioko has jungle, forest, savanna and the Basilé volcanic peak (3012 m). Sea turtles come to its shores to spawn in Ureca, and the dense jungle around the Luba crater is home to the primates for which the country is famous.

Bioko Island

Bioko is the busiest island because it houses the capital, Malabo, formerly known as Santa Isabel. There are numerous architectural evidences of the colonial era that we can find on the island, this is because it was through it that the Spanish arrived to settle, and where they mostly lived. The island of Bioko has two provinces: Bioko Norte and Bioko Sur, whose difference lies in a slight change in temperature. Surrounded by beautiful beaches with black and white volcanic sand, Bioko has jungle, forest, savanna and the Basilé volcanic peak (3012 m). Sea turtles come to its shores to spawn in Ureca, and the dense jungle around the Luba crater is home to the primates for which the country is famous.

Embassy of the Republic of Ecuatorial Guinea in Congo Brazzaville