Tailor Made Adventure Holidays and Group Tours in Guyana
Guyana is fast establishing itself as one of the premier wildlife watching destinations on the planet, a corner of South America that harbours a vast number of fascinating creatures, with superb opportunities for observing them in pristine natural environments. Brought into the spotlight by the BBC’s ‘Lost Land of the Jaguar’ series, Guyana offers unique opportunities to spot incredible wildlife such as giant anteaters, caiman, giant river otters, and of course the jaguar itself. Our group tours to Guyana encompass some of the true highlights of this incredible country. Look for the enigmatic jaguar in the rainforests of Iwokrama while brightly coloured toucans and macaws fly overhead. Travel on rivers through the jungle looking for giant river otters and caiman, and stay in an Amerindian community to learn more about how the original inhabitants of Guyana still live. Visit spectacular waterfalls and keep a watch for the hundreds of different species of birds. Guyana is not yet established on the tourist trail but with such an array of attractions it may only be a matter of time. Travel now before everyone else catches on to this jewel in Latin America’s wildlife crown.
Guyana Nature Experience
The small South American country of Guyana rarely features on most people’s travel plans, but discerning travellers are coming to recognise it as one of the premier wildlife destinations on our planet. Experience the very best of the country with our small group tours – look for jaguar at Iwokrama, meet Amerindian villagers and see the giant otters at Karanambu. A truly unforgettable trip that no serious nature lover should miss.
The Guianas Experience
A fascinating journey into the least known part of South America. Our small group tour takes you in to the jungle to look for incredible wildlife such as jaguar, giant anteater and caiman and experience traditional Guyanese hospitality at Karanambu. Meet the Makushi people of Surama and experience the rainforest from Iwokrama's capoy walkway. In Suriname look for freshwater dolphins, explore the country's colonial history and experience the culture of the Maroon people. This is a corner of the continent like no other.