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Guinea-Bissau immigration post | Customs and Immigration

Senegal
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Last Visited: over 1 year ago
GPS: 12.446211, -16.217917
Altitude: 0.0 masl
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Entering from Senegal:

You get stopped at the begining of the village.
In a small hut to the left they not youre passport data in a book (no stamp).
Behind there is a house where they take youre vehicle data from youre car licence and you have to pay the roadtax (5000 CFA). Free for motorcycles. You get a official receipt for that.
They search youre car a little and ask what you bring them. Just negotiat it.

Drive a little further to the next stop sign.
To the left is the police counter where they stamp the passport. On the right side is a custom building. We went there and showed our Carnets de Passage they filled it out after we explained what to write where.

Everything for free.

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Coming on a minibus from Ziguinchor to Sao Domingos you alight from the bus, go through a registration in one office, I was asked to open my small rucksack (large on stayed in the bus). You get stamped maybe 100m down the road on the left side. A couple of minutes.

Entering from Senegal:

You get stopped at the begining of the villag.
In a small hut to the left they not youre passport data in a book (no stamp).
Behind there is a house where they take youre vehicle data from youre car licence and you have to pay the roadtax (5000 CFA). Free for motorcycles. You get a official receipt for that.
They search youre car a little and ask what you bring them. Just negotiat it.

Drive a little further to the next stop sign.
To the left is the police counter where they stamp the passport. On the right side is a custom building. We went there and showed our Carnets de Passage they filled it out after we explained what to write where.

Everything for free.