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Getting to Guyana

Unfortunately, there are only a few direct connections from industrialised countries to Guyana. Caribbean Airlines (ex BWIA) operates three flights per week from the US to Guyana. North American lands at Cheddi Jagan International Airport (with the international abbreviation “GEO” for Georgetown) only once per week. No European country is directly linked to Guyana; tourists will have to pass either through the US (with its traumatizing visa- and general surveillance conditions) or through other Caribbean Islands such as Barbados and Trinidad & Tobago (we advise this!). Another alternative frequently used by travellers from the Netherlands or its neighbouring European countries goes through Suriname.
The Guyanese Government is aware of this problem, and we hope that new routes will be offered soon for our visitors’ convenience. Check out the below mentioned web sites for latest information on flights to Guyana.

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Entry requirements

The following countries do not need Visas to Visit Guyana

  • North America
    The United States of America and Canada
  • Western Europe
    United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Ireland, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Norway, Finland, Switzerland and Sweden
  • Commonwealth
    Australia and New Zealand
  • Asia
    Japan, The DPRK and the Republic of Korea
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