Guinea is a popular destination for its spectacular scenery. The country is known to have some of the world’s few remaining dry forests and rainforests with an abundance of wildlife. Nature lovers will cherish the long hikes they can take past waterfalls and tiny villages. They can also decide to track chimpanzees through the rainforest. The best thing about Guinea is its ambiance.
Tourism in Guinea is low because of the Ebola outbreak in 2014 and the unrest in the country. About 350,000 tourists visit Guinea yearly.
Tourists should be aware of their surroundings and avoid walking alone at night. Homosexual acts are illegal and carry penalties ranging from hefty fines and prison sentences. It is unsafe to drink tap water because there is a high risk of contamination.