Are you travelling to Equatorial Guinea?
Equatorial Guinea is a developing country located between Cameroon and Gabon on the West Coast of Africa. The country consists of 5 islands and one mainland territory, Rio Muni. The capital city is located on the northernmost island, called Bioko. The rainy season on the mainland, Rio Muni, is from December to February and the rainy season on Bioko is June to August.
Capital City: Malabo
Languages: Spanish, French & Portuguese
Regional languages: Fang, Bube, Igbo, Pidgin English, Annobonnese
Currency: Central African Franc
- Tourist or Business visa is required. Canadians must have a passport.
- Yellow Fever vaccination certificate may be required for travellers coming from countries with or without YF transmission.
Diseases to consider:
- African Sleeping Sickness
- Hepatitis A
- Hepatitis B
- Traveller’s Diarrhea
- Typhoid Fever
- Yellow Fever
Check Government of Canada advisories specific to Equatorial Guinea here.