Welcome to The Guianas

Mix a population of descendants of escaped and freed slaves with a well-established indigenous culture; add a sprinkling of Indian, Indonesian, Laotian, Chinese and Brazilian immigrants, some French, British and Dutch colonialism, and steam the whole lot on the Atlantic coast of Latin South America. The result of this unlikely recipe makes for one of the most diverse and least-visited regions on the continent... Read More

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$1813 Small group tours

8-Day Rupununi Savanna and Kaieteur Water Falls Adventure from Georgetown

Travel across incredible Guyana, taking in vibrant city and natural wonders from Georgetown City to the stunning Kaieteur water falls and to the Rupununi savanna's. The tour encompasses a jaunt in the rain forest to view wildlife and enjoy nature at its very best. You will encounter a hidden piece of paradise in this least explored country called Guyana.

$875 Small group tours

5-Day Guyana Wildlife and Nature Eco Tour

This Guyana Eco-Tour focuses on wildlife and nature with a combination of a visit to the Amazing Kaieteur Falls in Guyana, and Historic sites such as Fort island and Kyk-over-al, as well as an overnight at the Magical Sloth Island Nature Resort, situated on 160 acres of pristine rain forest along the Essequibo River.

$750 Small group tours

4-Day Guyana River and Nature Safari

Enjoy the adventure of authentic trips in Guyana with family or friends. The Essequibo and Kaieteur Falls are two of the main attractions if you are on a short getaway in Guyana. Visit the Majestic Kaieteur Falls, the worlds tallest waterfalls, and Sloth island where you can kayak, swim, bird watch, view wildlife or just relax.

$750 Small group tours

5-Day Guyana and Suriname Tour

Explore two of South America's most exotic gems on this 5 day tour of Guyana and Suriname. Taste a sample of the world's tallest waterfalls and the open air museum in Georgetown and the city of Paramaribo, which is a UNESCO heritage site.