The rainforests in the south are lush, verdant, and full of wildlife, much of it destined for the cooking pot. Guinea has some spectacular landscapes with a few tropical, dry forests remaining, and the rainforests in the south are lush, verdant, and full of wildlife, much of it destined for the cooking pot.
The National Museum in Conakry showcases Guinea’s different ethnic groups as well as traditional instruments, masks, and other artifacts.
Conakry’s major port lies near the President’s Palace, at the point of the peninsula. You may take a day or overnight boat excursion to the Loos islands from there. It’s a busy spot where fisherman unload their catch for the day.
Cape Verga offers some of Guinea’s finest beaches for exploring.
Mount Nimba is Guinea’s highest mountain peak and a popular hiking destination.