eVisa Guinea
Guinea eVisa
Guinea eVisa


Guinea eVisa


Guinea eVisa general information

Guinea eVisa was the initiative of the Government of Guinea, whose aim was to attract more travelers with a facilitated application process. The electronic visa to Guinea can be completed online in a few steps.

The Guinea eVisa is single-entry and available in two types: for tourist and transit purposes. A tourist visa to Guinea enables visitors to stay in Guinea for 45 days, while a transit visa allows a stay for 3 days. Both types are valid for 90 days from the issue.

Who needs eVisa for Guinea

Nationals of visa-exempt countries, refugees, and stateless persons can enter Guinea without a visa.

Also, holders of diplomatic or service passports issued to nationals of China, Romania, Russia, South Africa, and Zimbabwe do not need a visa for a stay that doesn’t exceed 90 days. Holders of diplomatic passports of Turkey can stay in Guinea for up to 90 days.

Unless you fall under these categories, you must obtain an electronic visa for Guinea. You can check if you can apply for Guinea eVisa in the ‘List of eligible countries’ section.

List of eligible countries

eVisa for Guinea is available to the citizens of following countries:

  • Afghanistan Afghanistan
  • Aland Islands Aland Islands
  • Albania Albania
  • Algeria Algeria
  • American Samoa American Samoa
  • Andorra Andorra
  • Angola Angola
  • Antigua and Barbuda Antigua and Barbuda
  • Argentina Argentina
  • Armenia Armenia
  • Azerbaijan Azerbaijan
  • Australia Australia
  • Austria Austria
  • Bahamas Bahamas
  • Bahrain Bahrain
  • Bangladesh Bangladesh
  • Barbados Barbados
  • Belarus Belarus
  • Belgium Belgium
  • Belize Belize
  • Benin Benin
  • Bhutan Bhutan
  • Bolivia Bolivia
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • British Indian Ocean Territory British Indian Ocean Territory
  • Brunei Brunei
  • Bulgaria Bulgaria
  • Burkina Faso Burkina Faso
  • Burundi Burundi
  • Cape Verde Islands Cape Verde Islands
  • Cambodia Cambodia
  • Cameroon Cameroon
  • Canada Canada
  • Central African Republic Central African Republic
  • Chad Chad
  • Chile Chile
  • China China
  • Christmas Island Christmas Island
  • Cocos Islands Cocos Islands
  • Colombia Colombia
  • Comoros Comoros
  • Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Democratic Republic of
  • Congo, Republic of Congo, Republic of
  • Costa Rica Costa Rica
  • Croatia Croatia
  • Cuba Cuba
  • Curaçao Curaçao
  • Cyprus Cyprus
  • Czech Republic Czech Republic
  • Denmark Denmark
  • Djibouti Djibouti
  • Dominica Dominica
  • Dominican Republic Dominican Republic
  • Ecuador Ecuador
  • Egypt Egypt
  • El Salvador El Salvador
  • Eritrea Eritrea
  • Estonia Estonia
  • Ethiopia Ethiopia
  • Faroe Islands Faroe Islands
  • Federated States of Micronesia Federated States of Micronesia
  • Fiji Fiji
  • Finland Finland
  • France France
  • Gabon Gabon
  • Gambia Gambia
  • Germany Germany
  • Ghana Ghana
  • Grenada Grenada
  • Greece Greece
  • Guatemala Guatemala
  • Guinea Guinea
  • Guyana Guyana
  • Haiti Haiti
  • Honduras Honduras
  • Hong Kong SAR Hong Kong SAR
  • Hungary Hungary
  • India India
  • Indonesia Indonesia
  • Iran Iran
  • Iraq Iraq
  • Ireland Ireland
  • Israel Israel
  • Italy Italy
  • Ivory Coast Ivory Coast
  • Jamaica Jamaica
  • Japan Japan
  • Jordan Jordan
  • Kazakhstan Kazakhstan
  • Kenya Kenya
  • Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan
  • Kiribati Kiribati
  • Kuwait Kuwait
  • Laos Laos
  • Latvia Latvia
  • Lebanon Lebanon
  • Liberia Liberia
  • Libya Libya
  • Liechtenstein Liechtenstein
  • Lithuania Lithuania
  • Luxembourg Luxembourg
  • Macau Macau
  • Madagascar Madagascar
  • Malawi Malawi
  • Malaysia Malaysia
  • Maldives Maldives
  • Mali Mali
  • Malta Malta
  • Morocco Morocco
  • Marshall Islands Marshall Islands
  • Mauritania Mauritania
  • Mauritius Mauritius
  • Macedonia Macedonia
  • Mexico Mexico
  • Moldova Moldova
  • Monaco Monaco
  • Mongolia Mongolia
  • Mozambique Mozambique
  • Myanmar (Burma) Myanmar (Burma)
  • Namibia Namibia
  • Nauru Nauru
  • Nepal Nepal
  • New Caledonia New Caledonia
  • New Zealand New Zealand
  • Nicaragua Nicaragua
  • North Korea North Korea
  • Netherlands Netherlands
  • Niger Niger
  • Nigeria Nigeria
  • Northern Mariana Islands Northern Mariana Islands
  • Norway Norway
  • Oman Oman
  • Pakistan Pakistan
  • Palau Palau
  • Palestine Palestine
  • Panama Panama
  • Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea
  • Paraguay Paraguay
  • Peru Peru
  • Philippines Philippines
  • Poland Poland
  • Portugal Portugal
  • Qatar Qatar
  • Rwanda Rwanda
  • Romania Romania
  • Russia Rusia
  • Solomons Solomons
  • Samoa Samoa
  • San Marino San Marino
  • São Tomé E Principe São Tomé E Principe
  • Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia
  • Sweden Sweden
  • Switzerland Switzerland
  • Senegal Senegal
  • Serbia Serbia
  • Seychelles Seychelles
  • Sierra Leone Sierra Leone
  • Singapore Singapore
  • Slovak Slovak
  • Slovenia Slovenia
  • Somali Republic Somali Republic
  • South Korea South Korea
  • Spain Spain
  • St. Vincent and the Grenadines St. Vincent and the Grenadines
  • Sri Lanka Sri Lanka
  • Sudafrica Sudafrica
  • Sudan Sudan
  • South Sudan South Sudan
  • Suriname Suriname
  • Syria Syria
  • Tajikistan Tajikistan
  • Tanzania Tanzania
  • Thailand Thailand
  • Togolese Republic Togolese Republic
  • Tonga Tonga
  • Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad & Tobago
  • Tunisia Tunisia
  • Turkey Turkey
  • Turkmenistan Turkmenistan
  • Tuvalu Tuvalu
  • Uganda Uganda
  • Ukraine Ukraine
  • United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom
  • United States United States
  • Uruguay Uruguay
  • Uzbekistan Uzbekistan
  • Vanuatu Vanuatu
  • Venezuela Venezuela
  • Vietnam Vietnam
  • Western Sahara Western Sahara
  • Yemen Yemen
  • Zambia Zambia
  • Zimbabwe Zimbabwe

Types of Guinea eVisa

There are two types of the Guinea visa:

  • a single-entry tourist visa for tourism purposes and family visits – it allows a 45-day stay
  • a transit visa for transit purposes – you can pass through Guinea to your next destination; only a 3-day visit is permitted.

Guinea eVisa application

The Guinea visa application process is extremely straightforward and can be completed in a few clicks:

  • Fill out the Guinea online application form using your personal and travel information.
  • Attach the documents specified by Guinea visa requirements.
  • Cover the fees using any of the online methods available.
  • Check your email account. The approved visa for Guinea will be sent as a PDF document that you then have to print out.

When preparing for the trip, don’t forget to bring a Guinea visa hard copy and your valid passport.

Guinea eVisa validity period

The validity period for tourist and transit types is the same. The Guinea visa stays valid for 90 days (3 months) from the moment of issue.

Note that a validity period is not a permitted period of stay. The validity period is the time during which you can enter the country. The permitted period of stay is how long you can legally reside in the country and it starts from your arrival. It’s 3 days for a transit visa and 45 days for a tourist visa to Guinea.

Transit information

It is mandatory to apply online for a Guinea visa, even if you need to enter Guinea only to get through it to another country. When applying, it is necessary to choose the Guinea visa for transit purposes.

Make sure to apply for your visa in advance so it can be approved on time and you won’t miss your flight to the next destination.

Requirements for Guinea eVisa

In order to apply for a Guinea visa online, you must have the following:

  • a passport’s bio-data page photo (passport must stay valid for at least 6 months from arrival in Guinea; the photo can be taken using a phone or PC camera)
  • a return/onward ticket
  • hotel reservation
  • a yellow fever certificate
  • sufficient funds to visit Guinea

Visa Summary

  • eVisa destination



  • eVisa price


    depends on the visa type

  • eVisa Processing time


    several days

  • Visa validity


    90 days

  • Visa requirements documents


    • passport
    • valid email
    • debit/credit card or PayPal
    • face photo

Other Travel Requirements

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

How do I get an eVisa for Guinea?

You can obtain a Guinea visa through a simple online application process. It involves completing a form, attaching documents, and covering the fees. The Guinea eVisa approval will be sent directly to your email address, so there is no need to attend an embassy in person.

When will I receive a Guinea eVisa?

The online application process for Guinea visa itself can be completed within 15 minutes, and processing by our support team and Guinean authorities usually takes several days. Note that there can be delays in case of a large number of applications, technical issues, and incorrect/incomplete data in your application.

Do I need to print my Guinea eVisa?

Yes, it is necessary to make a paper copy of your Guinea visa. You must take it together with your valid passport to the border control: your documents will be checked by officials.

What if my Guinea eVisa is not approved?

If you get a refusal, try to remember whether you already have a valid visa to Guinea and check the information you provided in the application form. The Guinea eVisa may not be approved if there are mistakes and information is incomplete or doesn't match the supporting documents. Contact our support team to get more details.

How long can I stay in Guinea with an eVisa?

It depends on the purpose of your trip. If you only need transit, you can apply for a 3-day Guinea eVisa. If your aim is sightseeing or visiting your family, you should get a tourist visa that allows staying in Guinea for 30 days.

What is the validity of a Guinea eVisa?

The validity of the Guinea electronic visa is 90 days from the date of issue. During this period, you can enter the country one time.

Do children need an eVisa to travel to Guinea?

Yes, all travelers, including children, must have a separate Guinea visa application. For underage persons, it can be completed by their parents or guardians.

What is the cost of a Guinea eVisa?

The Guinea eVisa price depends on the type you select. You can make the payment using a debit/credit card or PayPal.

What must I have to apply for an eVisa to Guinea?

To complete the Guinea visa application online, you need a device connected to the internet, an active email account, a valid passport, face photo, hotel booking, onward ticket, yellow fever certificate, and sufficient funds on a debit/credit card or PayPal to cover the fees online.

What is the processing time for a Guinea eVisa?

The processing for Guinea eVisa normally takes a few days, but sometimes there can be delays. To maximize your chances for speedy approval, double-check your application form to ensure there are no mistakes/typos/incomplete boxes and supporting documents meet the requirements.

What documents are required to get an eVisa to Guinea?

The Guinea eVisa requires you to have a passport that doesn't expire for 6 months from the arrival date, a face photo, hotel booking, an onward ticket, a yellow fever certificate, and proof of having sufficient funds.

What data do I need to provide in the application form for Guinea eVisa?

In the Guinean visa application form, you need to enter your passport details, as well as basic personal and travel information, for example, your name and surname, nationality, accommodation details, arrival date, etc.