How much is a dollar in Equatorial Guinea?
Convert US Dollar to Guinean FrancUSDGNF1 USD9,743.88 GNF5 USD48,719.4 GNF10 USD97,438.8 GNF25 USD243,597 GNF7 more rows
Is Equatorial Guinea expensive?
Family of four estimated monthly costs are 3,138$ (1,775,274CFA) without rent. A single person estimated monthly costs are 862$ (487,720CFA) without rent. Cost of living in Equatorial Guinea is, on average, 7.15% lower than in United States. Rent in Equatorial Guinea is, on average, 75.88% lower than in United States.
What is the capital and currency of Equatorial Guinea?
Malabo Bioko Island is the northernmost part of Equatorial Guinea and is the site of the countrys capital, Malabo.
Is Equatorial Guinea a high income country?
Equatorial Guinea has become the richest country, per capita, in sub-Saharan Africa since the discovery of oil and natural gas reserves in the 1990s, yet the majority of its people remain extremely poor.
How much is a Guinea worth in 2020?
Although guinea coins had not been made for a long time, prices often continued to be shown in guineas until British prices became decimal in 1971. A guinea was worth £1,1s (one pound and one shilling). This is the same as £1.05 in modern money.
Is Equatorial Guinea safe to visit?
An organized tour is recommended to avoid unpleasant situations with military checkpoints on the roads. Equatorial Guinea is, overall, a safe place to visit, especially in Malabo and Bata.
How much is a guinea worth in todays money?
A guinea was worth £1,1s (one pound and one shilling). This is the same as £1.05 in modern money. Because a guinea was close to a pound, putting prices in guineas made the price seem less.
How many dollars is 100 guineas?
Convert Guinean Franc to US DollarGNFUSD50 GNF0.00513713 USD100 GNF0.0102743 USD500 GNF0.0513713 USD1,000 GNF0.102743 USD7 more rows
What do they speak in Guinea?
French Guinea/Official languages French is the countrys official language, but is used almost exclusively as a second language. Six indigenous languages have the status of national languages: Pular (or Fula), Maninka, Susu, Kissi, Kpelle and Toma.