Take the path less trodden to a little known corner of South America, where local communities and exotic wildlife thrives
This pristine and unspoilt area is a little slice of the Caribbean on mainland South America. Encompassing Guyana, French Guyana and Suriname, The Guyanas are perfect for those who have a keen interest in birdwatching, renowned as one of the best spots in the world to view the Cock of the Rock or the Harpy Eagle. It is also a thriving wildlife region, boasting one of the healthiest populations of the otherwise jaguar and giant river otters worldwide, as well as being considered one of the best destinations for eco and community tourism. Many local communities live off tourist visits in a sustainable way, providing an authentic and ethical experience for visitors to this little explored corner of the continent.