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3 Guianas: Embark on a Unique Tri-country Adventure

Discover the thrilling allure of South America through our enchanting 14-day, 13-night 3 Guianas Tour. This voyage of discovery takes you across the diverse landscapes of Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana, offering a delightful mix of bird watching, boat trips, city sightseeing, and wildlife safaris.


Cultural Richness and Breathtaking Natural Beauty

Experience the wealth of culture, history, wildlife, and natural wonders such as rainforests, colonial architecture, and the awe-inspiring Kaieteur Falls. The "3 Guianas Tour" is a veritable trove of experiences as rich in adventures as it is in cultural interactions.


An Unforgettable South American Exploration

The 3 Guianas Tour delves into this unique South American corner, traversing from Guyana's lush jungle landscape along its border with Suriname, through a captivating variety of wildlife, waterfalls, and rivers, to the mesmerizing Ariane Space Centre at Kourou in French Guiana.


Experience the Majestic Wonders of Nature

The tour propels you on a memorable journey through some of the world's most diverse landscapes. Witness spectacular natural sights such as the Kaieteur Falls, the world's largest single-drop waterfall, and an impressive array of animals, including pink dolphins and hundreds of bird species. Marvel at the stunning scenery as you navigate dense rainforests and remote villages.

Discover The Distinct Characteristics of the 3 Guianas

The 3 Guianas tour provides an excellent opportunity to delve into the distinct features of these fascinating South American regions. French Guiana, renowned for its burgeoning space industry; Suriname, boasting stunning Atlantic coast beaches; and Guyana, home to vast rainforests housing some of South America's last virgin forests.


Highlights of the Guyana Leg

  • Georgetown City Sightseeing Tour & Kaieteur Falls Visit
  • Karanambu Ranch Wildlife Encounter: Spot Wild Otters and Giant Anteaters
  • Marvel at the Giant Victoria Amazonica Lily Blossom
  • Explore Unique Wildlife & Birdwatching at Sloth Island Nature Resort
  • Navigate the Mazaruni River


Highlights of the Suriname Leg

  • Paramaribo City Sightseeing & River Tour
  • Discover the Historic Joden Savanna
  • Maroon Village Cultural Tour


Highlights of the French Guiana Leg

  • Visit the Infamous Devil's Island
  • Explore the Arianne Space Center

3 Guianas Tour is a 14 day13 night adventure that takes you to three different countries—Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana. This tour offers bird watching, boat trips, city tours, and wildlife safaris.


Day 1


Arrive in Guyana, South America's only English-speaking country. Discover the jewel that is Guyana, the "land of many waters", with its Essequibo River, giant arapaima fish, the enormous Harpy Eagle and giant otters, plus the Anaconda and jaguars, to name a few. Take a private transfer from the airport to your hotel in Georgetown tonight.

Day 2

Kaieteur Falls Excursion and City Tour

Today you experience one of the world's most spectacular sights!
The Kaieteur Falls offer a crisp and refreshing escape from the hot sun, as well as history and majesty. One of Guyana's most famous tourist attractions, Kaieteur Falls, is known to be the world's largest single-drop waterfall.

History of Kaieteur Falls

You disembark your plane to a misty paradise that has been luring adventurers for centuries.
After a fascinating tour of Kaieteur Falls, you will return to Georgetown and enjoy a city tour. Georgetown has many historical monuments.

Wide tree-lined avenues and beautiful Gothic and Elizabethan architecture are scattered everywhere. Beautiful St George's Cathedral, picturesque City Hall, St Andrew's Kirk, Victorian Law Courts, Stabroek Market and the Parliament Building are fine examples of colonial architecture.
On tour, you will come across the Umana Yana (house made from palm leaves), the Prime Minister's residence and state house where our President resides; Walter Roth Museum; National Museum; Botanical Gardens.
Transfer back to your hotel and overnight. (Meals: Breakfast, Lunch)

Day 3 - 4

Karanambu Ranch

Your trip will begin with an exciting flight over the rainforest and savannah to Lethem. Once there, you'll transfer by vehicle to Karanambu Ranch, where you can expect two guided excursions each day—one early in the morning, another late in the afternoon, and one in the evening.

The early morning excursions are considered the best times for bird-watching, so you're likely to see various colourful birds and monkeys, lizards and other animals.

Late afternoon and evening excursions are also great for spotting wildlife, but they often include hikes through densely wooded areas that are home to more elusive creatures such as jaguars, otters and sloths.

Trips may be on rivers or forest trails by foot, by boat or along savannahs by Land Rover.

You will be able to experience the Amazon rainforest in a way that no other experience can provide. From searching for wild otters along the river and among the ponds and tracking a giant anteater across the savannahs to sipping rum punch while watching the giant Victoria Amazonica lily blossom before your eyes, you'll have endless opportunities to explore this amazing ecosystem.

In addition to these activities, you'll enjoy boating through the flooded forest in the wet season, fauna and flora along the walking trails among the forest ponds, and spotting all sorts of amazing animals when they come out of hiding at night.

Birdlife is rich and varied both on the savannah and along the rivers and ponds.
Possible exciting encounters with

Birds of Guyana

ing Black-chinned Antbird, Striped Woodcreeper, Blue-backed Manakin, Pale-bellied Tyrant-Manakin, and Slate-headed Tody-Flycatcher. Waterbirds include Rufescent Tiger-Heron, Ringed Kingfisher, Purple Gallinule, Agami Heron and Wattled Jacanas walking on water lilies.

(Meals: BLD)
Overnight at Karanambu Lodge

Day 5

Transfer to Sloth Island Reserve

Take a Morning Flight to Georgetown, Guyana's capital city and transfer to the town of Parika, where you will drive over the Harbor Bridge—the longest floating bridge in the world. From there, continue your journey by boat along the Essequibo River, Guyana's largest river, which is 20 miles wide at its widest point. Continue to Sloth Island and spend 2 nights/3 days. The island has recently recorded 188 species, including Puff birds, Manikins, toucans and Parakeets.

Day 6

Sloth Island/Mazaruni River

After breakfast, you will explore the trails of Sloth Island to search for howler monkeys, sloths and some of the 188 birds which adorn the rainforest at Sloth Island. Afterwards, you canoe to nearby Amerindian villages or enjoy fishing at night. A short visit to the Mazaruni River will reveal the first Dutch settlement in Guyana—Kyk-overal. You will spend the afternoon at Parrot Island, where thousands of parrots come to roost. (Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner)
Overnight at Sloth Island Nature Reserve

Day 7

Return to Georgetown

Morning nature walks before departing for Georgetown in the afternoon and overnight at Herdmanston Lodge. (Meals: Breakfast, lunch)

Day 8


You will depart early in the morning for the flight to Paramaribo - the capital of Suriname. Suriname is a former Dutch colony with a fascinating mix of cultures. Its European influences are evident in the architecture and language. On arrival, transfer to your hotel and overnight at Eco Resort Inn.

Day 9

Paramaribo/French Guiana

Your bilingual driver/guide will transfer you to the Albina border 93 miles (150 km). You will go through Immigration formalities and then ferry to French Guiana. Continue to Kourou. (Meals: breakfast)
Overnight at Hotel des Roches

Day 10

Boat Trip to Ile Du Salut

After breakfast, journey by ferry to île Royale. You will not go to Devil's Island but see it from the Auberge. Devil'sIsland became famous through Henri Charriere's book- Papillon. You will visit the ruins of the penal settlement at île Royale and learn about the Dreyfus Affair. Weather permitting, sail to île Joseph, where most prisoners lived. Return to your hotel in the afternoon. (Meals: breakfast)

Day 11

Arianespace Centre

Transfer to Arianespace Centre. The 3-hour tour starts at 8:00 a.m. A shuttle bus will take you to the central installations, where you will enjoy an unforgettable time. Continue to Paramaribo, Suriname. Transfer to hotel for overnight. (Meals: breakfast)
Overnight at Eco Resort Inn

Day 12

Paramaribo City Tour & River Tour

Paramaribo is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Shaded, tree-lined avenues, seventeenth-century Dutch wooden structures with synagogues, Muslim mosques and Christian churches coexist peacefully side by side. Continue by private boat up the Commenwijne River, where you will pass fishing villages and former colonial plantations of which most are no longer active. Visit the open-air museum at Niew Amsterdam and Marienburg, the oldest former sugar plantation in Suriname. Return to your hotel about 5:00 p.m. for overnight. (Meals: Breakfast, lunch)
Overnight at Eco Resort Inn

Day 13

Joden Savanna & Maroon Village Tour

Depart the hotel at 8:00 a.m. Transfer to Joden Savannah - a former Jewish settlement inhabited by Jews who fled the inquisition in Europe around 1650.
Remnants of the oldest synagogue in the Americas and the ruins of a graveyard are still evident. Now cleaned and maintained by the Jewish community, this area houses a simple cottage used as a museum. Here, visitors find information about this unique, historic graveyard in the forest of Suriname.
Your trip continues with a visit to the Maroon village of Kalsscreek for a visit with the descendants of enslaved West Africans.

Overnight at Eco Resort Inn

Day 14


Transfer to the airport for your return flight home.

Accommodation, internal flights, transfers between airports and hotels, listed hotels and hotel taxes, activites as described and admission charges where applicable, river and land transfers, listed, lodges with full board and other meals as indicated. local guides, local beverages.

International airfare, airport/departure taxes, gratuities, optional excursions, travel insurance, visas.

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We offer this trip all year long. Tours begin on Fridays.

Please Note:

  • Visa is required for Suriname.
  • Hotel upgrade at extra cost.
  • Tour information and prices are subject to change without notice.
  • Hotels and lodges are subject to availability.