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Cheap flights to Guyana

Reasons To Visit Guyana

Although it is one of the smallest countries in South America, Guyana is home to a spectacular range of natural sights perfect for the intrepid explorer. Many visitors come to the country for its eco-tourism opportunities whether it’s going on a guided tour through the jungle or seeing some of its iconic sites like the huge Kaieteur Falls. If you fancy a grueling journey during your stay, you may consider hiking up the Merume Mountains from Kamarang to enjoy rewarding views of the beautiful terrain below. Within the capital Georgetown you can expect a vibrant city home to many beautiful buildings and attractions like the Botanical Gardens, or you can take a stroll through the bustling Stabroek Market which has a history stretching back over a century.

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Arriving In Guyana

The main international airport serving Guyana is Cheddi Jagan International Airport located around 40 km from the capital Georgetown. The airport has regular connections to New York JFK Airport and Toronto Pearson Airport, so travelers coming from the UAE will be able to travel onwards to Guyana with only a single flight transfer. Other than this, it will not be possible to make the trip from the UAE to Guyana directly.

At Cheddi Jagan International Airport you will find all of the essential amenities you would need including a few places to eat and drink, duty-free shopping and Ethan complimentary Wi-Fi. Once your flight has touched down at the airport, you can travel into the center of Georgetown by minibus if you would rather not pay for a private taxi.

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Guyana Travel Information

Although many nationals from around the world are able to travel to Guyana without requiring a visa, UAE nationals will have to apply for a visa first. There are two rainy seasons in the country, one beginning in May until August and the other beginning in November until January. You can expect temperatures to be consistently hot over the course of the year, with average highs of between 28 to 30 degrees all year round. In Guyana the currency is the Guyanese dollar, while the country is a full eight hours behind the UAE.

* This information is correct as of December 2017

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