Guinea visa requirements for Nigerians
Travel and visa requirements
Guinean Visa is not required for Nigerians
Stay Duration: 90 days
- Nigerians visiting Guinea do not require a visa to do so.
- Passports are expected to be verified for validity and should carry blank spaces where entry stamps will go.
- Nigerians visiting Guinea are expected to hold a return or onward ticket and also required to hold proof of accommodation.
- Nigerians visiting Guinea are required to carry a valid proof of a Yellow fever vaccination.
- Visitors are not required to make any payments upon their departure from the airport.
- There are no direct flight options available from Lagos to Guinea. Flights from Lagos to Conakry, Guinea will require one stopover and two from Abuja.
- A flight from Lagos to Conakry, Guinea typically lasts for about 3 hours.
- Nigerians visiting Guinea with pets must have an import permit, a health certificate and a proof of rabies vaccination.
- Nigerians visiting Guinea must check for hepatitis A, hepatitis B, typhoid, yellow fever, rabies, meningitis, polio, measles, mumps and rubella (MMR), Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis), chickenpox, shingles, pneumonia and influenza vaccinations.
- While Guinea is home to a diverse religious demography, Islam is currently the religion practised by a vast majority of Guinea’s population.
- The exchange rate between the Nigerian Naira and the Guinean Franc is currently at 1 NGN = 25.64 GNF.
- Because the time zone currently in use in Guinea is the Greenwich Mean Time ( GMT ), Guinea is an hour behind Nigeria.
- Getting around in Guinea is possible with the various public means of transportation available, this includes buses, trains, taxis and domestic flights.
- Guinea uses a type C, F and K adapter for visitors travelling with chargeable devices.
- Guinea has a tropical and humid climate with a wet and a dry season. Guinea is usually considered as one of the wettest countries in West Africa.
- The best time to visit Guinea is November and December, after the rains and before the dusty harmattan winds.
- Because French is the official language spoken in Guinea and English is also not widely spoken here, it's best to pick up basic phrases in French to help navigate communication with the people.