Tourism or Business visa
Guinea Visa for US Citizens
Guinea is located on the west coast of Africa between Sierra Leone and Guinea-Bissau. Its shores face the Atlantic Ocean. Here you can admire the lush greenery, ride on the savannah, scatter through the jungle.
Travelers who are tired of the pretentiousness and heaviness of modern concrete jungles and glass high-rises mostly come here. Those who want to be in the bosom of African nature, but also enjoy the European chic of local hotels.
To visit Guinea, citizens of the United States and possibly other foreign countries need to obtain a Guinea tourist visa or an electronic visa.
From 1 day to 30 days after your request to us
Must have valid U.S. travel passport
Prepare papers and get visa for next trip (flight reservation, hotel booking, travel health insurance)
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How we will work with you
Few steps and you will get your visa
To help determine the appropriate type of visa and ensure the longest possible validity period based on your visa history
We will submit your prepared documents to the visa application center or embassy
After 7-14 days, your e-visa will be ready and you can start your trip immediately
Frequently asked questions
It will be a fully online process. All your documents we will prepare and fill out all forms. After that, you will get your e-visa.
You will pay us and then we will pay in consular for you.
- Application form for e-visa
- Passport scan
- One digital passport photo
- Travel confirmation
- Yellow Fever Certificate
Tourist visa- 80$
Transit visa- 50$
Long term visa- 150$
For 1 year from the date of issue.
Valid for up to 90 days.
If the purpose of your visit to Guinea is business, you will need to have the following documents:
A signed invitation letter from the organization or company you intend to visit in Guinea. The letter must be written on the letterhead of the company or organization you are visiting, stating the duration and purpose of the visit, as well as your full name.
A letter from the traveler’s employer explaining the purpose of their trip, as well as a guarantee of financial support (if applicable).
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