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Republic of Guinea , is a country in West Africa formerly known as French Guinea. The country's current population is estimated at 10,211,437 . Guinea's size is almost 246,000 square kilometres . Its territory has a crescent shape, with its western border on the Atlantic Ocean, curving inland to the east and south. The Atlantic coast borders Guinea to the west, along with Guinea-Bissau. Senegal forms its inland northern border, along with Mali, to the north and north-east. Côte d'Ivoire is to the south-east, Liberia to the south and Sierra Leone to the southwest. The Niger River runs through the nation, providing both water and irregular transportation. Conakry is the capital, seat of the national government, and largest city. The nation is sometimes called Guinea-Conakry to distinguish it from its neighbor Guinea-Bissau.

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The Best Time to Visit Guinea - Conakry
The Best Time to Visit Guinea The best time to visit is November and December, after the rains but before the dusty harmattan winds (December to March) spoil the views. The rains sometimes make minor roads impassable, though there's something to be said for visiting the Fouta Djalon when it's wet. The rains, which generally don't last very long, make the waterfalls more explosive and the countryside more verdant while the clouds lower the daytime temperatures.

Cape Verga The Best Beach of Guinea - Conakry
Cape Verga The Best Beach of Guinea Cape Verga, just a few hours from Conakry, has some of the best beaches in Guinea. Bel Air beach, once a great place to chill in beach huts is now dominated by President Conte's flash hotel. Thankfully, nearby Sobane beach has comfy bungalows and options for al fresco sleep outs. The deserted stretch of sand between Bel Air and Sobane is ideal for exploration. Except for the fishing families who live here, Cape Verga is deserted for most of the week, but comes alive at weekends with expatriates from the capital and the bauxite mines inland. Getting there without your own wheels is difficult because few vehicles travel this way, even though it is one of the best roads in the country.

Know About Weather of Guinea - Conakry
Know About Weather of Guinea Coastal Guinea's postal service has their work cut out for them when the rain starts coming down in buckets between May and October. Hot and humid is a day-to-day occurrence, with temperatures mostly around 25-29degC (77-84degF). Further inland things get hotter and drier, with a moderate wet season between June and October. Rainfall along the coast averages 4300mm a year, half of which falls in July and August, while the central mountainous region receives about 2000mm, more evenly distributed between May and October.

Guinea's Highest Peak Mount Nimba - Conakry
Guinea's Highest Peak Mount Nimba Mount Nimba, Guinea's highest peak at 1752m (5748ft), is part of the mountain range straddling Guinea, Cote d'Ivoire and Liberia. The summit, best reached from the village of Gbakore, 18km (11mi) southeast of Lola, offers phenomenal views of surrounding peaks in all three countries. It's a steep, winding four-hour trek to the top, a guide is mandatory and a permit is required. There are several good guides for hire in Gbakore and you should let your guide get your permit for you because this can be a real pain. The Nimba mountains host a rich variety of plant and animal life, in particular some notable amphibians such as the goliath frogs, which can weigh as much as three kilograms, and the Nimba toads, which b...