Togo visa requirements for Equatorial Guineans

Travel and visa requirements

Togolese Visa is not required for Equatorial Guineans

Stay Duration: 7 days

Entry Requirements

  • Citizens of Equatorial Guinea visiting Togo are granted a visa upon arrival for a period of 7 days.
  • Citizens’ passports are required to be valid within the duration of stay.
  • It is recommended that one blank page of passports must be made available for visa stamp.
  • An international certificate of vaccination against Yellow Fever is required from citizens of Equatorial Guinea visiting Togo. 
  • All travellers are not required to pay any airport tax upon departing from the airport.
  • The import of dogs and other domestic animals requires a health certificate and certificate of vaccination against that is issued not more than 3 days.
  • Local and foreign currencies beyond $10,000 equivalent are not allowed at exit and entry.
  • Togo is on the Greenwich Mean Time zone (GMT) hence, there is no time difference between The Gambia and Togo.
  • The estimated flight time from Malabo, Equatorial Guinea to Togo is 4 hours, 23 minutes.
  • In Togo, the power plugs and sockets are of type C. The standard voltage is 220 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.
  • Togo is a country in West Africa bordered by Ghana to the west, Benin to the east and Burkina Faso to the north.
  • The largest religious group in Togo consists of those with indigenous beliefs but there are significant Christian and Muslim minorities.
  • While the official language is French, many other languages are widely spoken especially those in the Gbe family.
  • Togo consists of lagoons with sandy beaches, a gently rolling savanna, hills, woodland plateau, marshes and mangroves.
  • The climate of Togo is generally tropical with average temperatures ranging from 23 °C  on the coast to about 30 °C  in the northernmost region.
  • Togo has two seasons of rain, the first is between April and July and the second between September and November.
  • Togolese businesspeople inflate prices so as to make handsome profits. So if you are in the country, always bargain for the price and see for yourself how low you can buy the item for.
  • There are at least four parks and reserves in Togo some of which are Abdoulaye Faunal Reserve, Fazao Malfakassa National Park, Fosse Aux Lions National Park, Koutammouko and Kieran National Park.
  • The most frequently observed animals in the parks are giraffes, cape buffalos, hyenas and lions and birds like storks, cranes and marabou.
  • Togo secular celebrations which include 1st of January "Fete Nationale" (meaning National Celebration in French) and 27th April Independence day attracts more tourists to the country.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it safe to visit Togo?

Although, Togo can be safe for tourists, theft and pick-pocketing are common, you should be especially cautious in Lomé along the beach and in the markets. You should avoid travelling alone where possible, even within Lomé city limits, especially at night.

What type of sport is popular in Togo?

Football (soccer) is the most popular sport in Togo and the country has enjoyed international success.

Are there beaches in Togo?

There are beaches in Togo that make it one of the top beach destinations in the world most of which are located in the southern part of the country. Some which include the Lome Offshore Sts Sandy Beach, Blue Turtle Bay Sandy Beach and Sandy Beach.