River transport into the interior is possible but requires patience and good timing, unless you are taking a tour. The best places to try to catch a boat are Kaw and St Laurent.
The main roads in French Guiana are in first-world condition making this a prime drive-your-own-vehicle destination. Secondary and tertiary roads can be bad, especially in the rainy season – have a spare tire, spare gas and spare time. Because public transport is minimal, car rental is worth considering. An International Driving Permit is recommended but not legally required.
From Cayenne, small flights go to interior destinations such as St Georges and Saül. Air Guyane operates most internal flights.