Guinea Visa – How To Apply For A Guinean Visa

Will you be traveling to Guinea in the near future? You will need to obtain a Guinea visa, either a business visa or a tourist visa in order to visit.

We recommend that you gather all necessary documentation before applying for your visa.

What Documents are Required for  Guinea Visa?

Documents should include, a Guinea visa application form, your signed United States passport with at least 6 months validity, (2) passport photographs, and proof of a yellow fever vaccination. Also, you should provide a copy of your hotel reservations with the applicants name on the reservation for the hotel, or if staying with family or friends a notarized letter of invitation from them is required.

If traveling on business, everything above should be provided as well as a business letter. A business letter should include an introduction of the applicant, the nature of the business that will be conducted on the trip, state the type of visa and preferred validity length, and you will have to prove sufficient funds for your traveling purposes with a business letter. The business letter that you provide should be written on the company’s letter head that you are working for.

It is important to make sure that you have sufficient blank visa pages in your passport before your trip. The recommended minimum amount of blank visa pages is 2.

For the most up to date visa information, we advise you contact the Embassy of Guinea.

Guinea Embassy & Consulate Information

Embassy & Consulate Address Phone Number
Embassy of Guinea in Washington DC
2112 Leroy Place NW
Washington DC 20008
United States

Additional Guinea Information

Capital Conakry
Currency Guinean franc (GNF)
Language French
Electricity Voltage: 220 V Frequency: 50 Hz Power sockets: type C / F /K
Country Code 1+224
Time Zone (UTC+0)