Unsurpassable wildlife and bird watching holidays and tours await the traveller to Guyana.
Thanks to the vast magnificent virgin rainforest of Guyana the wildlife is as abundant as it is extraordinary.
If you like your wildlife big or small, furry of flighty – Guyana has something for you.
In forests and along rivers we track animals from giant otters to jaguars, from giant anteaters to red howler monkeys.
Bird spotters love the birdwatching opportunities here, with the Cock-of-the-Rock and Harpy Eagle particular highlights.
Guided nature and wildlife tours in Guyana are a must for any traveller with an interest in the natural world.
After the excitement of seeing a giant anteater with baby, I thought the trip couldn't get any better until we saw a jaguar close up on the riverbank!
K. Dougal, Guyana trip
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Prices From $6,425 / £5,448 per person
Dates: From October 2023 to December 2024
Capacity: 10 people
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The adventurous side was challenging on occasions which made their trip even more memorable.
All arrangements ran smoothly, so thank you for efforts in organising the trip.
G. Goedigebuur, Australia, June 2011
The holiday was great, fantastically organised beforehand and during, and everything went to plan. All the guides and hosts were welcoming and a lot of them went out of their way to accommodate our requests.
If Andean Trails go to my next destination, I shall be using them.
C. Ashbourne, UK, 2011
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