Besides the coasts, there are three types of landscape, a synthesis of the whole West Africa. In the north, the dry plains of High-Guinea are covered with savannah vegetation, shrubby and scattered with areas of forest. In the north west, Middle Guinea merges with the scenic heights of Fouta Djalon, offering superb views of the valleys and waterfalls. In the south east, the Guinea forested has a dense forest with precious woods, including mahogany wood.
Guinean handiwork is relatively little developed. It is essentially made up of venerated masks and wooden mortuary statuettes. The music is fairly interesting.
Elephants and other large animals from the forests have been hunted by poachers and deforestation. You will however see baboons, antelopes, hyenas, and if you are very lucky, a leopard. Some hippos and crocodiles live in certain rivers. And among the reptiles: giant turtles in the Los islands and snakes (mambas, vipers, cobras and pythons).