Friday, 17 April 2015

Guyana Tour 23rd November - 9th December 2015

Guyana really does offer something special. It's a small South American country nestled on the Atlantic Coast east of Venezuela and west of Suriname and is one of the last unexplored wild places on earth yet offers incredible access into a great variety of pristine habitats. 

It is also a land of great contrasts as you leave behind the coastal city of Georgetown travelling into the interior, over vast unspoilt forests and incredible isolated waterfalls. The lure of Guyana is its true wilderness and amazing wildlife with many sought-after species easier to see here than any of the surrounding countries. 

We have worked hard to offer the most complete itinerary available which includes all the top sites visited by everyone else but also includes the spectacular Kaieteur Falls, and highly sought-after rarities such as the spectacular Sun Parakeet and Red Siskin

Zoothera only use the very best local guides and you can rest assured that your money will go to help Guianan owned lodges and local communities. If you want to see cotingas, parrots, Guianan Cock-of-the Rock, Harpy Eagle, the rarely seen Crested Doradito or even Capuchinbird and an endless supply of mouth-watering species then this is the place to go.

See our 2013 trip report - click here

See our 2012 trip report - click here.

To see the full tour itinerary - click here.

And here's a few photos......

Blood-coloured Woodpecker


Crested Doradito

We also do mammals... Giant Anteater

Green Aracari

Guianan Cock-of-the-Rock

Harpy Eagle


Spotted Puffbird

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