Tourism in Guyana

Guyana, meaning “land of many waters”, has long been recognised for its natural beauty and spleandour. Attractions range from the towering Kaieteur falls on the Potaro river to the intriguing 19th century stilted wooden houses of the capital. Guyana’s dense rainforests, winding rivers and vast savannah allure adventurous travellers, hoping to explore, camp, trek and perhaps spot one of the country’s illustrious but elusive jaguars. White water rafting, horseback trekking and game fishing are also popular activities with the more adventurous tourist. The biodiversity of the country’s forests draws nature lovers from around the world with the chance to see some bizarre and wonderful species. Highlights include the Golden Frog, the Guianan Cock-of-the-Rock, the Green and Red Macaw, the Red Howler Monkey and the Kaieteur Lizard. Turtles can be seen nesting at Almond beach between April and August.

Tourism organisations in Guyana
Air Services Ltd
Cari Air
Caribbean Helicopters
Correia Interior Transportation
Guyana Forestry Commission
Guyana Museum Wildlife Enterprise
Guyana Revenue Authority Comptroller of Customs & Trade Administration
Guyana Tourism Authority
Guyana Travel Agents Association
Iwokrama International Centre for Rain Forest Conservation & Development
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Ministry of Home Affairs Department of Immigration
Ministry of Tourism, Industry & Commerce
National Parks Commission
Roraima Airways
Rutaca Airlines
Supa Transport Service
Tourism & Hospitality Association of Guyana
Yellowman Bus & Car Tours