DID YOU KNOW?

Visiting Guyana will be an experience of a lifetime. This beautiful country has four different natural regions for you to explore. This gives you the option to enjoy multiple scenes. Guyana also has over 360 beaches and may island resorts in the Essequibo River.

 

 

HOW TO GET TO GUYANA?

Guyana is becoming a hot spot for Eco-tourism and visitors from all over the world are coming to Guyana. As a result of this more airlines are adding and ships are adding Guyana as a destination.

They are many direct flights between, Toronto, New York, and the Caribbean to Guyana’s Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA). Travelers from Europe can also get to Guyana via connecting flights which transit in New York and some island in the Caribbean. Planning a trip to Guyana will be based on your preference for vacation or adventure type. Whether its an adventure, educational or just a relaxing vacation Guyana is the perfect destination for all.

 

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Foreign nationals visiting or entering Guyana are required to have a valid passport from their country. A visitor to Guyana shall be permitted entry, as long as his/her passport is valid for the duration of the stay in Guyana. Visas are not required for visitors who are Canadian, Unites States and United Kingdom citizen, or where there is an agreement for exemption between home country and Guyana. Immunization is not required; however, Yellow Fever, Hepatitis A, Polio and Typhoid are recommended.

 

LANGUAGE

The official language of Guyana is English. 

TIME ZONE

Guyana observes the Eastern standard Time. Guyana does no participate in daylight-saving-time or clock changes.

 

HEALTH

Immunization is not required; however, Hepatitis A, Polio and Typhoid are recommended. We don’t recommend drinking water from the tap. To be on the safe side we recommend bottled water which is available through out the country and is very affordable. There many pharmacies in Guyana, which have the standard over the counter medical issues you may need for any of your medical issues.