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You are going abroad or you are coming back? You are governed by the Regulation of Gabonese customs.
Checks are carrying out by Gabonese customs to then :
Customs officers may ask travellers entering Gabonese territory to justify the presence of certain objects brought with them (jewellery, cameras, camcorders, mobile phones, etc.).
If purchases for “personal use” have been made, they must not be of any commercial nature, and must not exceed a certain quantity, otherwise you could have to complete a customs declaration and pay duties and taxes (Article 172 of the Customs Code).
Consult the customs website for more information on the products transported on departure and arrival: http://douanes.ga/particuliers/guide-du-voyageur
The downloadable sheets summarize the regulation in the movement of goods and currencies:
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In execution of the President of the Republic of Gabon, His Excellency Ali BONGO ONDIMBA’s decision, on March 09, 2022 to lift all restrictive measures taken as part of the response against COVID-19 and as confirmed by the Minister of Transport’s letter ref No. 001596/CAB-MT/SPmcc, the following measures are lifted as of March 17, 2022:
1. PCR test against a fee of 20,000 FCFA for all travelers coming from abroad.
2. Confinement for all vaccinated travelers (gabonese, foreign residents, non-residents) coming from abroad.
3. Mandatory 24-hours confinement in an approved hotel for all unvaccinated people coming from abroad.