Some of Our Guyana Holiday Ideas
Birdwatching in Guyana
- Spot the Guianan Cock-of-the-Rock
- Search for Harpy Eagle
- Admire the Jabiru Stork
- Black Currasow
Guyana Nature Experience
- Spectacular Kaieteur Falls
- Iwokrama Jungle Hikes, Boat Trips & Canopy Walkway
- Spot the Elusive Jaguar
- Makushi Village of Surama
Best Time To Visit Guyana
Quick Country Facts
Time Zone:GMT -4 hours
Why visit Guyana?
Guyana is a melting pot of cultures; its ethnic makeup being Amerindians, Africans, Indians, Europeans and Chinese inhabitants, which creates a fascinating mixture of religion, culture and festivals and cuisine that you do not find anywhere else in South America. It is one of South America's smallest countries, situated on its north east coast, and bordered by Suriname to the south east, Venezuela to the west, Brazil to the south and the Atlantic to the North.
Wildlife spotting opportunities here are second to none with the chance of seeing jaguar, giant anteater, giant river otters, black caiman, tapir, eight species of monkey, tiny frogs, turtles, snakes and over 800 species of birds including the harpy eagle, one of the world’s largest eagles.
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Why Choose Us?
Passionate travel experts
- We've been leading wildlife travel since our first South Africa tours over 25 years ago
- Our Travel Specialists have lived in their specialist area for years
- We work with local guides to immerse you deeper in our diverse range of experiences
Personal & tailor-made
- You'll speak to your own expert who'll share their first-hand knowledge
- We'll make your itinerary seamless with 24/7 emergency contact available
- Your Travel Specialist will listen to ensure you have the best chance of seeing the wildlife you love
Responsible by nature
- We take care to actively contribute to the conservation of environments we visit
- For select countries, we make a charitable donation on your behalf when you make your booking
- We've partnered with conservation experts and NGOs to curate responsible tours