Get visa to EQUATORIAL GUINEA
Vaccinations: A certification of vaccination for yellow fever and polio are required to enter Equatorial Guinea (EG). The EG Ministry of Health requires that all visitors be up to date on the polio vaccine (a booster dose is advised for those who have completed their normal series). It is increasingly common to be asked for proof of vaccination upon entry, and immigration officials may require you to be vaccinated at the airport (potency and sterility of items is always questionable) or bar entry into the country for those who do not comply with the requirements.
U.S. citizens staying longer than 90 days should register with the local police station.
Private ships landing at Equatoguinean ports must get clearance prior to approaching the shore.
You can obtain the latest information and entry and exit information from the Embassy of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, 2020 16th Street NW, Washington, DC 20009, telephone (202) 518-5700, fax (202) 518-5252.