Guinea Travel Insurance
Though the country has been facing tormented times since gaining independence in 1958, Guinea, or the Republic of Guinea, is known for its innate natural beauty. This West African country faces the Atlantic coast and shares its borders with Liberia and Sierra Leone (south), Côte d’Ivoire (southeast), Senegal (north), Guinea-Bissau (northwest), and Mali (northeast). It is also the site of three important rivers of West Africa: the Sénégal, the Niger, and the Gambia. Guinea has plenty of natural resources and is primarily a mountainous region with a few tropical dry forests. It is divided into four geographical zones: Upper Guinea, Lower Guinea, Guinea Highlands, and the Fouta Djallon.
Mount Nimba, in Guinea Highlands, is the country’s main attraction. Rising to about 5,748 feet, it is the highest mountain peak in Guinea. Its thickly forested slopes are now a nature reserve. A range of flora and fauna make up the Guinea Highlands region. Guinea’s respect for the religion of Islam and Islamic architecture is evident in Africa’s fourth biggest mosque, Grand Mosquée de Conakry. Spread in a huge area, the mosque has been built to allow 2,500 women, 10,000 men, and an extra 12, 500 devotees. To witness Guinea’s vast and diverse landscape, head to Fouta Djallon. Its sandstone structures, valleys, peaks, grasslands, and canyons promise a number of activities for visitors. Go hiking through this landscape, or indulge in a magnificent view of the waterfalls and cliffs. Hire a vehicle from the Conakry city to Cape Verga, Guinea’s door to Atlantic. This coastal area has some of the most popular and isolated beaches of Guinea.
Now you can buy travel insurance for Guinea online, without any documentation or medical tests. Royal Sundaram’s travel insurance
for Guinea covers a range of interruptions while offering extensive features. You have the flexibility of choosing a policy, according to your travel frequency.