Your Expat
Community in Guinea

Connect with fellow expats in Guinea
Join exciting events and groups
Get information in our Guinea guides
Exchange tips about expat life in Guinea
Saad Dessouki
"Getting in touch with other expats helped me cope with such difficulties as the sporadic power cuts in Conakry much faster..."
Verona Torres
"Was absolutely delighted to network with Conakry contacts to learn more about Guinean culture."

Welcome to the InterNations Community of Expats in Guinea!

Salut and welcome to our InterNations expat community in Guinea! When embarking on your new life in Guinea, our network of expats can assist with advice on how to ensure your relocation goes smoothly. Our members are expats and global minds from around the world, who can prepare you for what may seem a daunting journey. If you have questions on anything from healthcare to work permits, you can receive advice here. Not only can we help make your expat life easier before your move, but once you arrive you can attend events and join groups dedicated to a wide range of hobbies and interests.

With InterNations, you never stand alone. Whether you are moving to another country or going on a business trip somewhere — our communities around the world are there to make you feel at home wherever you are. Feel free to check out our vibrant InterNations Communities in countries like Kuwait or Australia.

Join Our Exciting Events in Guinea

Attend our monthly events and activities for Guinea expatriates to get to know like-minded expatriates in real life.

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Find More Information in Our Guinea Expat Guides

  • Moving to Guinea

    Moving to Guinea could be a challenging decision. Tropical climate makes the whole country have a media of 29°C during all the year so be prepared for warm weather! Read more about the climate, the people and the visas in our guide!
  • Living in Guinea

    Expats living in Guinea may face difficulties in a lot of aspects of their life due to the poor standards of the healthcare, security and education system. Read how you can be prepared for all of this in our guide!
  • Working in Guinea

    As most of the countries in Africa, Guinea is still a developing country so expats thinking about working in there have to know that the economy is based in local business and the mining industry is the biggest in the country. Read more about the local economy and also about work permits and job hunting in our guide.

Exchange Tips about living in Guinea

Get trustworthy advice and local insights from fellow members in our Guinea expat forums.

Learn about Expat Life in Guinea

Guinea is potentially one of Africa's richest countries due to its wealth of minerals, including iron ore reserves, gold and diamonds, which have attracted interest from international investors. With its fertile soil, it has massive agricultural potential and it's also the source of the Senegal, Gambia, and Niger Rivers. Guinea's stunning landscapes include the mountains of Fouta Djalon, Sahelian savanna and plentiful forests. Famed for its genuine, warm people, Guinea offers expats a wonderful life. For those who enjoy surf and sun, Conakry is home to many expats, with its unspoiled beaches, while Kamsar is renowed for its quality hotels and restaurants.

InterNations is the largest global network for expatriates, with communities in 420 cities around the world. Meet fellow global minds in your city of residence or get to know local expatriates before you're moving or traveling abroad and never feel like a stranger. InterNations makes it easy for you to stay in touch with your expat friends, both online and offline, so you can grow your network of friends and contacts from all over the world. Whether they live in Oman or Netherlands, InterNations allows you to be close to them even if they are miles away.

Begin Building Your Network of Expats in Guinea

By linking up with fellow expats in Guinea, who all strongly value our InterNations code of trust, an open-minded and welcoming attitude, and polite behavior, you will be guided smoothly through every aspect of life in Guinea. Any queries or concerns will be answered, from simple questions on the social life and day-to-day life to information on travel or education, for example. You can also easily meet fellow expats face-to-face by joining our diverse array of groups, based on your own hobbies and interests, which has proven to be the best way of socializing, or our larger community-wide social events.

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Saad Dessouki
"Getting in touch with other expats helped me cope with such difficulties as the sporadic power cuts in Conakry much faster..."
Verona Torres
"Was absolutely delighted to network with Conakry contacts to learn more about Guinean culture."

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