Has Equatorial Guinea lifted restrictions to tourism?
The world is moving towards the new normal, and two years after the pandemic countries are reopening to international tourism… What about Equatorial Guinea? Have the restrictions been lifted? Can you travel to Equatorial Guinea? Read up!More than two years have passed since the pandemic breakout, but… have the restrictions on tourism in Equatorial Guinea been lifted? Many of you often ask us what are the exact restrictions to enter Equatorial Guinea for tourism purposes, what the situation in the country regarding the pandemic is and whether these restrictions to travel to Equatorial Guinea have been lifted. And we have news! We have decided to share them with you and provide this post as a future reference. Please feel free to mention us as a source. All the information that we describe below is validated by official agencies in Equatorial Guinea..
What restrictions have already been lifted to travel to Equatorial Guinea?
What restrictions are still active to travel to Equatorial Guinea?
Recommendations when traveling to Equatorial Guinea
What do you need to travel to Equatorial Guinea?
Which flights are available to travel to Equatorial Guinea?
Is it safe to travel to Equatorial Guinea after the pandemic?
Epidemiological data in Equatorial Guinea
Vaccination in Equatorial Guinea
What has been the impact of the pandemic in Equatorial Guinea?
Conclusion: What possibilities does Equatorial Guinea offer to tourists now that the quarantine and other restrictions have been lifted?
- From Rumbo Malabo we are organizing excursions to Corisco . This is an idyllic island facing the Muni River estuary and an ideal place for a getaway due to its paradisiacal white-sand beaches. We will tell you more about Corisco soon  on our blog! Remember that you can subscribe so you don’t miss any news.
- This summer, with the aim of promoting tourism in Equatorial Guinea, through the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Craft Promotion and led by H.E. Secretary of State Catalina Martínez Asumu, the Government has facilitated fam trips as part of the promotion and activation strategy of tourism to Equatorial Guinea. These are trips offered to tour operators or agencies with the aim of discovering a destination.
- In addition, we will soon be receiving four types of sea turtles (including leatherback turtles) on our sea shores on Bioko island to lay their eggs. A spectacle of nature!