Trips — Wild Guyana


Multi-Day Guyana Wildlife Itineraries

To help you with planning your Guyana wildlife and nature experience, here are a few more suggested multi-day trips...

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Highlights of Guyana - 14 Nights/15 Days
As the name suggests this tour takes in some of Guyana’s best natural and cultural highlights. Start with Georgetown city highlights with a city tour, rum distillery tour and unique evening learning about steel pan. Any highlights tour of course will include a trip to Kaieteur and Orinduik Falls. Start your journey into the interior by visiting a Carib and Arawak reserve before venturing deeper into the heart of Guyana where you can get up close to Giant River Otters, Black Caiman and maybe even a Jaguar. Stay in a Macushi community and in the one million-acre Iwokrama Rainforest Reserve... Read full Highlights of Guyana itinerary

Guyana Nature Experience - 13 Nights/14 Days

One of Guyana’s most popular tours, this trip includes many of the country’s hotspots for wildlife and birds, plus an opportunity to experience the indigenous way of life first-hand. It also includes Guyana’s crown jewel Kaieteur Falls. At 741 feet, Kaieteur is five times the height of Niagara Falls, plus you may see the Guianan Cock-of-the-Rock and the endemic Little Golden Frog here. You will also visit the Iwokrama International Rainforest Centre, a one-million acre protected area and one of the best locations for an opportunity to see Jaguar. At the Iwokrama Canopy Walkway you can get up into the mid and upper canopy for a bird’s-eye view of the birds and wildlife. Stay in a Makushi village to learn about the indigenous way of life, while Karanambu Ranch offers the chance for close encounters with Giant River Otter, Black Caiman and Giant Anteater. This tour has scheduled departures dates throughout the year.>> Read full Guyana Nature Experience itinerary...

Nature Journey Through Guyana - 14 Nights/15 Days

Experience the untouched rainforest and the incredible nature it houses. Start by exploring the Georgetown including a rum distillery and an evening learning about Steel Pan. Journey into Guyana’s untouched heart for great opportunities to see Giant River Otters, Giant Anteaters and even Jaguar. There may even be a chance, if you are lucky, to see a Harpy Eagle near Surama Village, where you can also see the rainforest through the eyes of the indigenous people. Guyana is the only English speaking country in South American and even tribes living in remote areas speak English. At Caiman House you can get onto the Rupununi River to get a close up look at South America’s second biggest Black Caiman population. Complete the journey near another Amerindian community, this time within the Carib and Awarak reserve of Santa Mission.. Read full Nature Journey Through Guyana itinerary