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Parcel delivery and courier service to Equatorial Guinea


If you need a service to send parcels to all parts of Equatorial Guinea then can help. Covering the mainland region of Rio Muni, Bioki Island which houses the capital Malabo, and the small volcanic island of Annobon on the Equator, our courier services can deliver your goods to wherever you need.

The country has vast amounts of natural resources and has major trading partners across the globe, including the UK, USA, China, Taiwan, South Korea, Spain, Portugal and Cote d’Ivoire. The largest city of Bata is found on the mainland, as is Oyala which is being developed to be the future capital of the country.

Our courier services can deliver both personal and business goods to any of these locations for as little as £43.06* (ex VAT), which usually takes 3-4 days*.

About Equatorial Guinea


Equatorial Guinea is the former colony of Spanish Guinea in Central Africa and whose name recognises its location near both the Equator and the Gulf of Guinea.

The country is one of sub-Saharan Africa’s largest oil producers and was the richest country per capita in Africa in 2012, a position it has since given up to the Seychelles. The distribution of the wealth is not even however and vast sums are controlled by those within the oil industry.

The mainland territory of Rio Muni shares borders with Cameroon and Gabon while the island of Bioko is around 25 miles off the coast of Cameroon. Annobon Island meanwhile is around 220 miles to the south west of Cape Lopez in Gabon.

Distinct dry and wet seasons form the climate of Equatorial Guinea. Between June and August Rio Muni is dry and Bioko wet while the opposite occurs between December and February. Gradual transition is noted between the two periods.

Three airports serve Equatorial Guinea, of which Malabo International Airport is the only with international status. This is a hub for many businesses who have interests in the country’s oil markets. The other two airports can be found in Bata and on the island of Annobon.

Beyond petroleum, the country also exports large quantities of methanol, timber and cocoa.

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Your parcel is in safe hands when you send it with ipostparcels so there’s no need to worry. We offer a free, online parcel tracking system to give you full visibility of the parcel on its journey. And if that’s not enough to ease your mind, we provide £50 free extended cover on your item – you can choose to add extra cover if you wish.

How to package parcels to Equatorial Guinea


ipostparcels can transport parcels up to 25kg in weight and 80x80x80cm max dimensions. If you’re sending something of reasonable size or weight, you might like to visit our help page on sending large and heavy parcels.

Although your parcels are likely to reach Equatorial Guinea in only a number of days, we would still recommend taking the time to prepare and package it well for transit to ensure its delivered safely and intact.

See our handy International packaging guide for more packaging hints and tips on sending parcels to Equatorial Guinea.


How safe will my parcel be?

From the time of collection (should you not be in, you can opt to leave your parcel in a safe place and our driver will collect it from there) to delivery, where it will be signed for by the recipient, we take good care of the items you send with us.

We also offer free online tracking to keep you fully updated on your parcel’s location, and provide £50 extended contents cover on your item as standard – you can choose to add extra cover for more valuable items if you wish.

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