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    Fly to Conacky, discover unspoiled nature

    Get ready for some island hopping.

    Soft beaches and unspoiled nature are just a boat trip away from capital city Conakry. The small archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean, better known as Îles de Los, is the perfect getaway for watersports or doing absolutely nothing.

    Guinea, Mountains

    Majestic mountains and sandstone plateaus.

    Guinea’s famous highland region, Fouta Djallon, covers about 22% of the entire country. It features grasslands, sandstone plateaus, deep canyons and impressive mountain ranges.

    Guinea, Waterfalls

    Guinea, home to the best waterfalls.

    Guinea is home to all types and sizes of waterfalls. If you come across the Saala Waterfalls in the Fouta Djallon region, make sure to plunge into the pools at the base of these falls.

    Flights to Conakry, Guinea

    Little known to most of the world, Guinea is a land of lush forests, mesmerising mountain plateaus and a white sandy coastline. Adventurers will be drawn to drive over rocky and rugged paths, while nature lovers will hike along plunging waterfalls, trek through sticky rainforests and discover the many villages Guinea has to offer. Officially declared Ebola-free in June 2016 and lifted from related travel restrictions, it’s now the time to explore this far from the beaten path country. And the best part is that you’ll most likely have it all to yourself.

    When you land in Conakry, the capital city of the Republic of Guinea, you’ll most probably find yourself in a somewhat chaotic yet lively city, filled with music on every corner of the street. Originally settled on Tombo Island on the Atlantic coast, the West-African capital is home to 2 million inhabitants and it serves as the economic, financial and cultural centre of Guinea.

    So don’t wait a moment longer, and book your ticket for Conakry, Guinea!


    What to do in and around Conakry?

    1. Just off the coast, and only a short boat ride away from Conakry, lies the island group “Îles de Los”, best known for its beaches and forested interiors. It’s the perfect getaway for those who want to spend a weekend with a scenic view and more chilled-out vibe, whether it’s for relaxing or practicing water sports.
    2. Highland region Fouta Djallon, located in the centre of Guinea and covering 22% of the entire country, consists of grasslands, sandstone formations and deep jungle canyons created by rainfall and many rivers that find their origin here. Massive waterfalls such as the Kinkon Falls, deep gorges and beautiful landscapes make this region one of the best hiking places in all of West-Africa.
    3. Also in the Fouta Djallon, on a high rock wall of Mont Loura, you can see a giant statue in the shape of a woman’s face, also called “La Dame du Mali” (The Lady of Mali).
    4. Bel Air beach is undoubtedly one of the most prestigious beaches on the Guinean coast. White sands and a soft ocean breeze make it one of the favourite spots among tourists.
    5. Parc National du Haut Niger, one of Guinea’s most protected areas, covers about 1200 square kilometres and is one of West-Africa’s last tropical forests. Thanks to the dense foliage and the lack of visitor facilities the forest has plenty of wildlife, such as hippos, buffalo and chimpanzees. Be sure to make your arrangements in advance at the Ministère de l’Agriculture.
    6. Spread over southern Guinea and northern Ivory Coast lies the Nimba Range, a protected nature reserve and one of the highest summits in West-Africa. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is rich in flora and fauna and has exceptional numbers of endemic species. Its highest peak is Mount Richard-Molard at an altitude of 1,752 m.

    Practical info for your trip to Guinea

    • Brussels Airlines flights arrive and depart from Conakry International Airport, also known as Gbessia International Airport. It is located in the south-west of Conakry, just 12 km from the city centre.
    • Time zone: UTC/GMT+0:00
    • Currency: The currency of Guinea is called the Guinean Franc (GNF). Be sure to bring sufficient US dollars or Euros in order to exchange them in Guinea. International credit cards may be used to withdraw cash over the counter, but they should not be relied on as a means of withdrawing money. Outside of Conakry, banking can be difficult.
    • Telephone calls and Wi-Fi: The Guinea country code is +224. In Guinea there is only a good telephone network in capital city Conakry; Wi-Fi network is only available in hotels.
    • Electric sockets: The power sockets are of type C, F and K. The standard voltage is 220 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz. If you use American or British plugs, you will need an adaptor.
    • Travel information: A visa is mandatory to enter Guinea. The only option is to request one in your country of origin before arrival in Guinea and present it at the airport together with your passport. For all information on visas and travel documents, visit the website www.iatatravelcentre.com.
    • Vaccination: Before travelling to Guinea, it is mandatory to be vaccinated against Yellow Fever. Guinea also has year-round malaria transmission, so make sure to bring along medication to prevent malaria infection. For more health information, visit the website www.iatatravelcentre.com.

    Dos and don'ts in Guinea

    • Brussels Airlines flights usually land in Conakry in the early evening. If your plane lands after dark, you should arrange your airport transfer before your arrival.
    • Outside of Conakry, getting around Guinea can be difficult. Road travel can be hazardous due to the lack of road maintenance. During the rainy season, roads can be flooded or landslides can occur.
    • Although public transport is slow and crowded, it avoids the hassle from police officers. The Guinean police and military have several checkpoints across the whole country and regularly check your documentation and baggage. Make sure to carry identification with you at all times.
    • Fuel supplies may run low from time to time. It’s worth carrying an emergency stock, especially when making a long journey.
    • Guinea is a predominantly Muslim country, so make sure you adapt your behaviour and dress to suit local customs. LGBTQ travellers should take extra care since homosexuality is not widely accepted or understood.
    • Be careful when taking photographs or when filming, as it’s forbidden in many parts of the country or subject to strict rules. Do not photograph military or police installations or government buildings. If in doubt, seek permission or do not take pictures.

    When to go to Guinea?

    Guinea has a tropical climate, with the dry season running from November to April and the rainy season from May to October. As the country is located just above the equator, temperatures are more or less the same year-round, mainly between 25° and 30°. No matter the season, bring lots of sunscreen with you.

    What to eat in Guinea?

    As far as the gastronomy is concerned, the Guinean cuisine includes traditional dishes of boiled mango, fried plantain and pumpkin pie. Fou is common in many countries in Africa and consists of a savoury paste often served with okra sauce.

    Cultural events in Guinea

    • Guinea was declared independent from France on 2 October 1958. Independence Day is celebrated throughout the entire country, but mainly in the capital city of Conakry. Festive events include public speeches, sports competitions, folk dance performances and street parades.
    • The Festival International Kora et Cordes de Conakry is an annual musical event taking place in the first week of December. This longstanding tradition commemorates the contributions of Guinean performers and personalities.

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