Guinea visa requirements for Thais
Travel and visa requirements
Guinean Visa is not required for Thais
Stay Duration: 60 days
- Guinea is a country in West Africa, bordered on the west by the Atlantic Ocean. The capital and largest city of Guinea is Conakry.
- Guinea is famous for the Mount Nimba Strict Nature Reserve, in the southeast. The reserve protects a forested mountain range rich in native plants and animals, including chimpanzees and the viviparous toad.
- Thailand citizens visiting Guinea can apply for an electronic visa as tourists and are eligible to stay up to 60 days.
- The required documents needed for Thais to visit Guinea are a valid passport for at least 6 months with a minimum of two blanked pages for necessary stampings, hotel reservations, and sufficient funds.
- To apply for the Guinea e-visa, you have to go to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs' website for your e-visa application procedure.
- Your Guinea e-visa will take three days for its process and will be emailed to you once issued with these three days, providing you met all the requirements needed for the visa application.
- The standard time zone of Guinea is the Greenwich Mean Time itself which is (GMT+0). The time difference between Guinea and Thailand is 7 hours. Thailand is ahead of Guinea.
- The average flight duration from Thailand to Guinea is 14 hours 27 minutes while the distance is 11,869 Km.
- The airlines traveling to Guinea from Thailand are Qatar Airways and Turkish Airlines.
- The telephone line used in Guinea is (+224) available for both national and international communications.
- Banks in Guinea do not operate on weekends(Saturdays and Sundays).
- The local official currency of Guinea is the Guinean Franc (GNF).
- The declaration of currency is required for an amount up to GNF 100,000 and foreign currencies up to $ 5,000 USD.
- Your baggage is cleared at the first port of entry in Guinean Conakry international airport.
- Travelers traveling with their pets are required to provide a veterinarian good health certificate and rabies inoculation certificate.
- The official language of Guinea is French, while the national languages are Susu, Kpelle, Kissi, Malinke, Loma, and Fula.
- Highways, waterways, ports and harbors, merchant marine, airports, and railways are the mediums for transporting in Guinea.
- Islam is the religion dominating the country. About 85% of its population are Muslims, 8% are Christians, and 7% are traditional worshippers.
- Places you can visit for a tour around in Guinea are Labe, Kindia, Kankan, and Conakry.
- The national dishes of Guinea consist of bouille, boiled Mango, bumpkin pie, sesame, tamarind drink, patates, etc.
- The power plug types used in Guinea are types C, F, and K. The voltage supply is 220V and 50Hz.
Frequently Asked Questions
How many days will it take to process Guinea tourist e-visa?
Your Guinea e-visa will take three days for its process and will be emailed to you once issued with these three days, providing you met all the requirements needed for the visa application.
How do I get around in Guinea?
Highways, waterways, ports and harbors, merchant marine, airports, and railways are the mediums for transporting in Guinea. Also, taxis and renting of cars are the main forms of land transportation around and between towns in Guinea. Since there are no bus services in the country, you will need to use taxis whether you are traveling short or long distances.
How do I apply for Guinea tourist visa?
- Visit Guinea's official website to fill the application form online.
- A recent passport photograph will be requested.
- Visa will be processed for 3 working days for it to be issued.
- Visa will be obtained via your email.
When is the best time to visit Guinea?
The best time to visit is November and December, after the rains and before the dusty harmattan winds, though the Fouta Djallon is at its greenest and best during the rainy season.