What wildlife can I see in Guyana?
Known for its pristine rainforests, some of the animals you might see on your safari include the Jaguar, Giant Otters, Giant Anteater, Giant River Otter, Anaconda, Tree Frog, Giant River Turtle and Piranha. Guyana is also home to over 700 bird species including the Harpy Eagle and Guianan Cock-of-the-rock. Discover more detail on wildlife that you can see in Guyana.
What are the requirements to travel to the UK from Guyana?
To travel from Guyana to the UK, Guyanese citizens typically need a valid passport, an entry clearance (visa) based on the purpose of their visit, financial proof to cover expenses, details of accommodation and itinerary, evidence of intent to return to Guyana, and health and travel insurance. Ensure you stay updated with the latest entry requirements and application procedures by checking the official UK government sources or contacting the nearest UK embassy or consulate before your trip.
Where to stay in Guyana?
Guyana offers a wide and diverse collection of hotels, rainforest lodges, and wildlife resorts found even in the most remote corners of the country. Whilst showcasing the best natural attractions and providing access to amazing wildlife opportunities, Indigenous community owned-and-led tourism is a key component of Guyana’s unique tourism experience with many establishments run by local Amerindian villagers who will turn your visit into a homestay experience. These lodges have a strong science and nature focus, providing a comfortable hospitality whilst offering guests the chance to learn about the vivid surrounding eco-systems.