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Equatorial Guinea Visitor Information

Climate Chart for Equatorial Guinea
Climate Chart for Equatorial Guinea

Equatorial Guinea has a tropical climate, and hot and humid all year round. The raining season is from April to January and humidity is high at this time. The country suffers from occasional severe windstorms.

US State Department - Travel Warnings

Official Currency:    1 CFA=100 centimes
Current Exchange Rate:    Today's Exchange Rate

There are several banks in the main cities where you can change money but no facilities for using credit cards. Money can be wired through the SGBGE (Societe Generale) bank in Malabo.


The local airline has flights been Malabo and Bata every day apart from Sundays.


On the mainland fairly regular minibuses travel along the main coastal road between Bata, Mbini, Acalayong, and inland between Bata and Ebebiyin. Bush taxis are available between Bata and Mongomo and Bata to Evinayong.

On Bioko, good bush taxi connections run between Malabo, Luba and Riaba.

1st January - New Years' Day
1st May - Labour Day
25th May - OAU Day
12th October - Independence Day
10th December - Human Rights Day
December 25th - Christmas Day
Good Friday and Easter Monday

Electric Power is 220V - 240V running at 50Hz.
The Plug type used is: "Type C, E & F"

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