Guinea's tourism industry is rather limited, as its growth and effectiveness is curtailed by poor infrastructure throughout the country, as well as decades of regional military conflicts.
Consider that there is no permanent U.S. diplomatic or consular presence in the country. The U.S. Embassy in Bissau suspended operations in June 1998, and while officials from the U.S. Embassy in Dakar, Senegal, make periodic visits to Guinea-Bissau, their ability to provide consular services, including emergency assistance, is very limited.
All travelers who plan to visit the country should read the travel warnings shown below.
PASSPORTS - TRAVEL VISAS - WARNINGS:
- NOTE: Before making your travel plans to any worldwide destination, we strongly recommend you authenticate important details regarding all applicable health, passport and visa requirements. The people at Travel Visa Pro can answer all of your questions!
- Guinea-Bissau Travel Advice and Warnings
Note: A more detailed list of travel information for Guinea-Bissau will be posted soon.
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