Guinea ratified the World Heritage Convention on 18 March, 1979. As of May 2010, it has only one World Heritage Sites, which is in the natural category, and in partnership with Côte d'Ivoire. That property is also on the List of World Heritage in Danger. Guinea also has another three sites on the World Heritage Tentative List.
UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Guinea
- Mount Nimba Strict Nature Reserve
Sites in Guinea on the World Heritage Tentative List
- Architecture vernaculaire et paysage culturel mandingue du Gberedou/Hamana (2001)
- Paysage culturel des monts Nimba (2001)
- Route de l'esclave en Afrique segment de Timbo au Rio Pongo (2001)