Customs/immigration Republic of Congo | Customs and Immigration

Republic of the Congo
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Last Visited: 6 months ago
GPS: -2.662250, 11.603100
Altitude: 0.0 masl
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There are several stations (2 for exiting) to visit here and you will get passport and carnet stamps. Can camp here, no problems—everyone friendly.


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very easy and relaxed boarder crossing. We where a bit later then we suspect. one of three people that we need to cross the boarder weren't there any more, so we had to stay. we could stay where we want and they gave us a lot of privacy (no curious people staring at you). you can take a lovely bath in the river just before the boarder. all in all, a nice crossing and nice place to stay!

Very easy. first border post there are 2 offices, both register your passport.
15meters up, the police register you.
30meters from the police on the opposite side of the road, customs stamp your Carney and immigration stamp your passport.
No issues, very peaceful.. beware of falling mangos.

Exiting RoC: immigration office + postal? for Carnet—Next to each other
We arrived from Dolisie at 5:30pm Sunday, stamped us out efficiently and said we could camp anywhere—we chose the Police post, the quietest.
Everyone very friendly, relaxed.
Police check at exit gate to Gabon—took more time than getting exit and carnet stamps.

As others have said. Easy. About four offices to go to. Nice little bar as someone mentioned. Everyone friendly. TIP is about 50 km further down the road.

Few offices to visit but all formalities we did quite quickly. There is a small shop with beer and place with tasty meat and spaghetti so you can enjoy it while you waiting to get your stamp. Carnet de passage needed. Friendly people.

Several offices to check in at but easy enough to navigate. We couldn't get a TIP so have to go to Nyanga. The bar has a good vibe with cold beer but no food. We cooked dinner on our camp stove at the bar and pitched the tent under the market roof by the first building you sign into after the gate. Slept here the night and then onwards. Very casual border.

Dutch citizens.

Police officers nowhere to be found.
Had to fill out a form at immigration and received a stamp, easy and fast.

Duane checked the car, we had 1 fueled up 20L jerrycan extra which wasn't a problem, called to Nyanga and told us to get the TIP in Nyanga.

Passports and Carnet got stamped easy and fast. No Money.

Immigration, Customs and two police offices (which took details) are all in this small area. They only stamped carnets here - we had to go to Nyanga for a TIP. Quick, easy, friendly, no fees.

We were allowed to sleep on the police stations ground. You have to leave at 7:30 a.m. Could be an option if you need more time than expected for the pist. The people are really nice here. (e.g. you can get eggs from the douans passport-information-into-schoolbook-guy). There is a bar were a SIMcard-Seller will meet you. It's a bit loud and drunk but they went to bed early.

There are several stations to visit here and you will get passport and carnet stamps.