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Guinea attractions

Mostly, tourists are attracted to Guinea by ​​its wonders, especially the stunning landscapes of the Fouta-Djalon, endless jungles, excellent road network, and an amazing contrast of dry valleys, located in the north, with modern facilities and areas.

Guinea attractions

The complex bank and office buildings are located between in a fairly modern center of Conakry.

There are many popular attractions in Guinea, which include The National Museum of the country. It has a stunning collection of folk instruments, sculptures and masks. All the exhibits are located in a very comfortable and very spacious exposition in a building, which was built like the Louvre in Paris. More than fifty interesting villas are executed in the Moorish style, they are located directly in front of the presidential palace, which had previously served as the headquarters of organization such as the OAU. However, now villas provide that kind of offices for a variety of international organizations.

Another attraction of Guinea, is considered to be a large-scale People’s Palace, which is located in the northern part of the Roux du Niger. It should be noted that this palace is the most frequent venue for all kinds of traditional performances as local ballet theater, and also all sorts of festive ceremonies and festivals can be held there.

Political and spiritual center of the local population is Cancun. This city is full of all sorts of historic sights of Guinea, and it was built in the Middle Ages, during the Empire of Mali. However, in order to see the attractions, you need to use the services of a local guide. All this is because the untrained eye, it is simply impossible to distinguish fused last century, new and old sights, and very difficult to recognize where modern life begins and where it ends. There is no doubt that local heritage requires a special attention. These types of sights of Guinea include the following facilities located on the banks of Milo, the Presidential Palace, beautifully ornamented Great Mosque, a few public and private markets and also excellent sculpture workshops.

Mount Bagana, 1730M, an active volcano on Bougainville spewing sulphurous gases. This picture was taken on a six-week trip by private sailboat through the seldom-visited islands north of New Guinea, in an area of the South Pacific known as the Solomon Sea. Most of the islets here have no airport or regularly scheduled boat services, and their way of life is traditional by economic necessity. The region is also one of the most volcanically active in the world.

Among the natural attractions of Guinea is a plateau Fouta Djallon, which gains the same popularity as Fuji Yama mountain or a waterfall Bafara. This plateau is an excellent road due to the capital and is located approximately 220 kilometers from it, to the north-east. Every day this place attracts attention of thousands of tourists, especially by its perfect and very cool climate, delicious cuisine, stunning emerald green vegetation, that covers all visible hills and lovely villages where live very hospitable people. Also there are the gates Fouta Djallon which are very popular here.

The most famous beach area of Guinea is considered to be The Cape Verga. During the week it is completely empty, but on weekends, in a moment it turns into a stunning resort town, where life boils over. It is very popular, that is why it can be with a clear conscience attributed to a number of other attractions of Guinea.

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