'Know Your Country' With Guyana Tours

Tour 1 - Mangrove Tour

Tour 2 - Georgetown Walking Tour

This tour takes you to the villages of Cove and John and Victoria. Learn about mangrove conservation in Guyana while getting the history of the two villages. Victoria was the first village bought be freed African Slaves.
Length Of Tour: Half Day

This tour is run by enterprising young businesswomen of Provotique Walking Tours and gives a firsthand experience of the unique colonial architecture of Georgetown, and interesting sites including the Botanical Gardens.
Length of Tour: Half Day

Tour 3 - Kaieteur National Park / Iwokrama River Tour

Tour 4 - Surama Village / Iwokrama Canopy Walkway

Visit these two beautiful Protected Areas in Guyana. Fly to Kaieteur National Park, created since 1929 where you take a short hike observing the beautiful plants, gorge and falls from differing angles. After this, fly to the Iwokrama River Lodge for Lunch. Take a short river ride on the Essequibo River before returning to Georgetown.
Length Of Tour: All Day

Fly to Surama Village, North Rupununi. This community is renowned for their community tourism product. Drive to the Atta Lodge in the Iwokrama Forest and experience the 30 metre high bridges of the walkway strung between the trees. Enjoy lunch at the Atta lodge then drive back to Surama to join flight to Georgetown.
Length of Tour: All Day

Tour 5 - Pomeroon Tour

Tour 6 - Arrowpoint Resort

Leave Georgetown early morning for Parika and travel to Supernam then Charity. The feature resort is Adel’s just at the head of the Akawini Creek just off the Pomeroon River. Then the tour goes to beautiful Wakapao Village where you will observe three agro-enterprises. After this we return to Adel’s for lunch and relax. You also will have the opportunity to take an optional walk through the garden of the resort or you can enjoy lounging around the resort. Head back to Georgetown.
Length Of Tour: All Day

This tour takes you down the Demerara and the Kamuni Creek. This trip offers the opportunity to visit the Arawak village of Santa Mission and buy some of the beautiful tibsiri craft. Travel further down the creek to the beautiful Arrowpoint Resort. This tour offer the opportunities for swimming, hiking, mountain biking and kayakaing.
Length of Tour: All Day

Tour 7 - Essequibo Get Away

Tour 8 - Linden / Pandama Winery Tour

This tour takes you from Georgetown to Parika where you will join the boat for a tour to Fort Island. The tour continues at Bartica where you will have lunch. Leave Bartica for Aruwai Resort where you can enjoy some swimming and leisure.
Length Of Tour: All Day

This tour takes you to the town to the Baxuite town of Linden. You will enjoy lunch in Linden. On return you will stop at the Pandama Winery and Retreat where you will have an opportunity to drink local wines and soak in the most heavenly black water creek.
Length of Tour: All Day

Tour 9 - Birding In The Botanical Gardens

Tour 10 - Mahaica River Tour

The Botanical Gardens which was established in 1878 offers bird lovers a unique opportunity for bird watching. It is rare to find a bird sanctuary in the centre of a city and this tour offers you the opportunity to view such birds as Blood-coloured Woodpecker, Snail Kite, Black-collard Hawk, Great Black-Hawk, Green-rumped Parrotlet, Yellow-chinned Spinetail, Orange-winged and, Yellow-crowned Amazons, Toco Toucan, White-throated Toucan, Black-crested Antshrike, Limpkin, Gray Kingbird, Boat-billed Flycatcher, American pygmy-kingfisher, Blue-and-yellow Macaws, Lineated Woodpecker, Crimson-crested Woodpecker.
Length Of Tour: Two (2) Hours

The tour is best way to experience the national bird of Guyana, the Canje Pheasant. This tour leaves Georgetown and takes you up the Mahaica River. This pre-historic bird is found in abundance along these river systems along with many other species including the Blood-coloured Woodpecker. The rare and elusive Blood-coloured Woodpecker is a species most birdwatchers visiting Guyana wish to see. This woodpecker is restricted to the narrow coastal plains and is considered a Guianan Shield endemic species. You will also be able to see a number of shore birds including the Scarlet Ibis. There is a great chance to see the red howler monkey on this tour.
Length of Tour: Half Day

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