The government of Equatorial Guinea has officially launched its online visa service. From July 1, 2023, foreign travelers can apply for an e-Visa to visit Equatorial Guinea. The government of Equatorial Guinea has launched an official online visa application process under the slogan "Tourism, the driving force for sustainable development." Equatorial Guinea is following the path of Angola, Gabon, and Cameroon as another Central African country that now digitizing its travel formalities.
Expected since 2019 but postponed several times in recent years, mainly due to the pandemic, the e-visa for entry into Equatorial Guinea was officially launched last week.
With the introduction of the e-Visa service, Equatorial Guinea is entering the next step in its tourism development plan.
Information on the e-Visa for entry into Equatorial Guinea
Experts point out that as of July 1, tourists, and business travelers from all over the world who wish to visit Equatorial Guinea will be able to obtain their electronic visa by logging on to the website: equatorialguinea-evisa.com.
After creating an account and filling out an online form, e-visa applicants must submit their travel documents online, such as a passport, passport photo, airline ticket, or proof of accommodation.
To obtain a 90-day single-entry e-Visa for Equatorial Guinea, visitors must pay a fee of US$75 (equivalent to €69). The e-visa typically takes 24 to 72 hours to process and issue.
Currently, e-Visa holders can only enter Equatorial Guinea through Malabo International Airport. Other entry points like Bata, Corisco, Annogbon Island, and Mongomoyen airports will soon be added to the system.