Guinea Trip 2020:
Trip Fee's and costs
January 6th - February 7th 2020!
- Cost = $600/week
- 4 weeks = $2,400
- 3 weeks = $1,800
- 2 weeks = $1,200
- 1 week = $ 600
- Early Bird Discount! $500/wk if you register before November 1st
- 4 weeks = $2,000
- 3 weeks = $1,500
- 2 weeks = $1,000
- 1 week = $500
$350 non-refundable deposit is required at time of registration
The remaining payment must be paid 3 weeks prior to arrival in Guinea
Traditional Drum and Dance Classes
Transportation to and from Conakry International Airport
Lodging and 3 meals per day
Relaxing visits to the beach
Visit market places, shop or admire the beautiful work of local artisans
Have your own clothes and accessories tailored in local fashions
Lessons offered in Guinean ethnic languages
Private or specialty classes in music, song, or dance available upon request- (additional small fee)
Interact with local community and artists
Air ticket, visa, and Yellow Fever fees are to be handled individually
We will walk you through the processes, and are here to answer any questions.
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Trip fee does NOT include:
Visa to enter Guinea
Bottled drinking water
Any personal or unscheduled travel to markets, cyber cafes, etc.
Passport and Visa
In order to obtain a 3-month tourist visa to enter Guinea, you need a passport, round trip ticket, Yellow Fever Vaccination, 2 passport photos, and a visa application ($100).
* A current passport
* A copy of your flight itinerary
* Travel Visa for Guinea
* Proof of Yellow Fever vaccination
* Emergency contact information
All Visa Inquiries are sent to:
Embassy of the republic of Guinea
2112 Leroy place, N.w.
Washington, D.C. 20008
Book your flight early for optimal rates
Passports can take up to 12 weeks to process
Proof of yellow fever vaccination is required to obtain your Guinea visa, so obtain that first then allow 3 weeks for visa processing.
Malaria prevention through medication is advised. We like Malarone, but shop around.
Research current exchange rates and bring cash (Checks, CC and ATM’s are NOT widely used in Guinea) Hundred dollar bills are best for exchange rates.