Guyana holidays. Tours & holidays in 2016 & 2017

Stunning landscapes, awesome biodiversity and charmingly rough-edged colonial history in the capital Georgetown give Guyana holidays a concentrated blast of South American draws. The Kaieteur NP features gorgeous eponymous waterfalls plus fantastic rainforest and savannah, while the Rupununi region is home to atmospheric cowboy and old mining towns by the Brazilian border. Amerindian villages offer fascinating indigenous culture.
Guyana trekking holiday
Trekking tour in pristine rainforest of Guyana and Roraima, from 2805 (16 days) ex flights
Guyana holiday, wildlife & culture
Discover the incredible wildlife of Guyana and Suriname, from 3499 (15 days) ex flights
Trinidad and Guyana birdwatching & nature tour
Adventure, wildlife and birds tailor-made Caribbean holiday, from 3790 - 4000 (15 days) inc UK flights
Guyana holiday, small group tour
Explore the hidden Gem-Guyana, from 3475 (15 days) ex flights

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Jungle trekking holiday in Guyana
Trek through the jungle of Guyana to Kaieteur Falls, from 1555 (8 days) ex flights
Guyana holidays, highlights tour
See Guyana's fantastic wildife on this Highlights adventure, from 3814 (14 days) ex flights
Guyana wildlife holiday
One of the premier wildlife destinations on our planet, from 3799 (15 days) ex flights
Guyana tailor made holiday
Explore this raw and undiscovered land of adventure, from 4000 (10 days) ex flights
Guyanas adventure holiday, off the beaten track
Explore the path less travelled in Guyana, Venezuela and Suriname, from 4090 (18 days) ex flights

2 reviews for Guyana holidays3.5 star overall rating

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Guyana holiday, wildlife & culture
The local people certainly seemed to think that tourism benefited them and at Surama in particular were very keen to encourage it . The use of the forests for tourism should probably discourage the government from damaging them through extractive practices such as logging and mining. (more)DEE HUMPHRYS
Best bits: Guyanan rainforest and savannah. Staying at Karamambo and Surama. Seeing the giant anteater and cock of the rock. Flying over Kaieteur Falls. (more)Chris Harper
From 3499 excluding flights

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5 stars
I am reborn! Simply the best holiday I have ever been on
4 stars
Some great stories to tell the grandchildren. Would recommend to a friend
3 stars
Very enjoyable
2 stars
It was OK
1 star
A bit disappointing really
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