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It is an official online visa issued by the government of Guinea. You can apply for this visa online and it allows entry to the country during its period of validity.
Yes, you may need a valid visa to travel to the Republic of Guinea. You can consult here the list of countries that require one.
You can also use our eligibility checker to see if you need a visa.
Citizens of Algeria, Republic of Benin, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde Islands, Ivory Coast, Cuba, Egypt, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, Tunisia and Togo are exempt from visa requirements.
We recommend you to apply for your visa at least 15 days before your trip. You can use our eligibility checker to see if you need one.
To obtain a visa, you only need to fill in the online form. Make sure you have the documents you need, which may differ for each type of visa. Once your visa is processed, you will receive an email with the visa identification number.
Yes, you have to be vaccinated against yellow fever in order to enter Guinea. If you do not present your yellow fever vaccination certificate, you will be refused entry to the country.
There are currently 3 types of visas ; these are the documents you should provide for each visa :
For the tourist visa you need a recent photograph, a copy of your passport, the receipt of your departure flight booking and your yellow fever vaccination certificate. To enter the country, you will need your ordinary passport with a validity of more than 6 months starting from your arrival date, your visa payment receipt, a bank statement showing that you have sufficient funds for your stay in the country, your return flight ticket and your accommodation booking.
For the transfer visa you need a recent photograph, a copy of your passport, proof of your flight to your final destination and your yellow fever vaccination certificate. To enter the country, you must present your ordinary passport with a validity of more than 6 months starting from your arrival, the payment receipt of your visa, your bank statement stamped by the bank, showing that you have sufficient funds for your stay in the country, proof of your return flight and the reservation of your accommodation.
And finally, for the transit visa, you will need a recent photograph, a copy of your passport, proof of your final destination flight and your yellow fever vaccination certificate. To enter the country, you will need your ordinary passport with a validity of more than 6 months from your arrival, the payment receipt of your visa, the bank statement showing that you have sufficient funds for your stay in the country and the proof of your return flight ticket and a reservation of accommodation.
The price depends on the type of visa you apply for. The tourist visa has a total price of 109 US$/£, the transfer visa has a total price of 79 US$/£ and the transit visa costs 79 US$/£, all payments include fees and processing.
There are different types of visa with different validity times, the tourist visa is valid for 90 days and both the transfer and transit visas are valid for 3 days.
The Republic of Guinea visa is a single entry visa. You can only enter once with each visa. If you have to re-enter the country, you will have to apply for another one.
Guinea, as majority of countries, requires foreigners to have valid visa before arriving to the country. Fortunately, you can solve everything online, and avoid travelling to the embassy, thanks to the introduction of Guinea Online Visa (eVisa). This online visa is valid for 90 days and allows single entry for tourism or business purposes. In case you are just transiting through Guinea, you can apply for transit visa that is valid for 3 - 5 days (there are two types - plane and boat).
Please note that every government reserves the right to deny the entry into the country despite having approved visa. Each traveler will be processed individually upon their arrival by the immigration officer at the airport, port or border. However, this occurs mostly due to the fact the person poses a threat to security or national interests.