Cameroon visa requirements for Equatorial Guineans

Travel and visa requirements

Cameroonian Visa is not required for Equatorial Guineans

Stay Duration: 90 days

Entry Requirements

  • Equatorial Guinea citizens can travel to Cameroon without applying for a visa if they intend to stay for the maximum duration of 90 days.
  • Passports of citizens must have a minimum of six months of validity remaining upon entry into the country.
  • Citizens of Equatorial Guinea are required to provide one blank page of their passports for entry stamps upon entry.
  • Equatorial Guinea citizens must present a Yellow Fever certificate of vaccination upon entering into Cameroon.
  • Cats and dogs must be accompanied by a certificate of vaccination against Rabies as well as a certificate of good health issued by a veterinary authority less than 48 hours before departure. 
  • Travellers arriving with pets may be subject to a tax of 5,000 (CFA Franc-XAF) per pet.
  • All visitors are required to pay an airport tax of 10,000 (CFA Franc-XAF) upon departing from the airport.
  • Visitors are not restricted to carry any amount of currencies upon entry but visitors are required to make a declaration when they are exiting of 3,000,000 (CFA Franc-XAF) or more.
  • Visitors are also expected to provide a computer-generated flight itinerary from the airline or travel agency or copy of airline tickets.
  • Citizens of Equatorial Guinea must provide confirmed proof of accommodations for the duration of your trip through hotel reservation receipts, invitation letter of host or acceptance letter for internship.
  • Visitors present evidence of sufficient funds to support stay in Cameroon through a most recent bank statement.
  • The estimated flight time from Equatorial Guinea to Yaounde, Cameroon is 51 minutes.
  • Cameroon is on the West Africa Standard Time zone in Cameroon (GMT+1) which means that there is no time difference between Equatorial Guinea and Cameroon.
  • The official languages of Cameroon are French and English, the languages of former colonial French Cameroons and British Cameroons. Although French is by far the most understood language (more than 80%).
  • The religious population of Cameroon consists of 70% Christians and 20% Muslims.
  • The country is well known for its native styles of music, particularly Makossa and Bikutsi, and for its successful national football team.
  • Tourist literature describes Cameroon as "Africa in miniature" because it exhibits all major climates and vegetation of the continent: coast, desert, mountains, rainforest, and savanna.
  • Transportation in Cameroon is mainly characterised by bus services, rail systems followed lesser by aeroplanes and seaports.
  • Thermal springs can be found throughout Cameroon and are found mostly in Ngaoundéré, Mt Cameroon and Manengoumba area, Lake Moundou.
  • The Sanaga River is the longest in Cameroon and is known to be not navigable.
  • Some of the most fertile land in the world can be found in Cameroon.
  • The Waza National Park in Cameroon is one of the most visited places in the country. It has 30 species of mammals which includes the hartebeest, Sudan cheetah, waterbuck, lions and African Bush Elephants. It is also home to the rare Kordofan giraffe.
  • Cameroon receives plenty of rainfall every year, making it one of the wettest places on Earth.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it safe to visit Cameroon?

Most visits to Cameroon are trouble-free but take great care when travelling in coastal waters, including the coastline of Cameroon and the Doula port.

Are there airports in Cameroon?

There are 22 Airports in Cameroon including the Douala International Airport which is the main international airport located in Douala, the largest city in Cameroon and the capital of Cameroon's Littoral Region.

Are there beaches in Cameroon?

Cameroon has an extensive coastline and could boast for as many beaches as possible and the best beaches in the country are located in two towns, Limbe and Kribi.