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Getting Around in Guyana

Visitors have a choice of speedboat or ferry service to get to their destination.  Visitors intending to visit tourist sites and resorts on the Essequibo river would most likely be boarding one of the "river taxis" that ply the Essequibo river, or even a jet boat that may be part of the fleet or privately owned or contracted by one of the resorts.


By Land
Georgetown is well served with taxis, which operate throughout the city and to other urban centers.  Taxis are easy to find outside most hotels and throughout Georgetown (e.g. Stabroek Market and Avenue of Republic).  There are fixed fares for most distances; check in advance.  Most trips within Georgetown are G$3,000 sounds high.  Private taxis are easily arranged through your hotel or by calling one of the numerous taxis services.

There are also ultra-cheap minibuses running around town and along the coast, or to Cheddi Jagan International Airport and Linden.  Check the fare in advance and prepare to be jostled.

Car rental is an alternative, at US $30-50 per day with a security deposit of US $200-250, depending on the type of vehicle.  There are good roads from Georgetown to Timehri and Linden, and for 185 miles along the coast from Springlands to Charity.  INTRASERV Bus alternative to Lethem, everyday except Wednesday and Saturdays.  Cost G$8,000 one way. 10% discount is available on return tickets.

By River
Guyana has over 600 miles navigable river, which provide an important means of communication.  The Berbice, the Essequibo and the Demerara are crossed by ferries and also by 4 and 6 seater privately run river taxis, which can be chartered.  For details on ferry schedule, contact the Transport and Harbour Department, Walter Street.

By Plane
Private charter companies operate flights into the interior from Ogle airport.  Minibuses serve the airport from Stabroek Market in Georgetown and Surrounding areas.


Air Travel

Guyana's International airport, named after the late president Cheddi Jagan, is at Timehri, 25 miles/40 km south of Georgetown. Flights from Europe are routed through Antigua, Barbados or Trinidad.  There are dire flights from Miami, New York, Toronto, Brazil, Suriname, French Guiana, Barbados, Trinidad and Curacao.  Outward flights should be reconfirmed prior to departure.

International & Regional Carriers

BWIA 592-225-9182
Caribbean Star 592-227-6770
LIAT 592-227-8281
Meta Airlines 592-225-5315
North American Airlines 592-227-5805
Suriname airways 592-225-4894
Travel Span 592-225-1701

Domestic Air Services & Charters

Internal flights and charters originate from Ogle Municipal airport (which is much closer to the city) to the many interior landing stips across the country and also to neighboring countries.
Air Services Ltd. 592-222-4357
Roraima Airways 592-225-9647
Trans Guyana Airways 592-222-2525
Wings 592-222-6513


These are licensed currency exchange houses.  Most cambios are open from 8am to 5pm and on Saturdays from 8am to noon, sometimes to 2pm.  Keep your cambio receipts, you will need to produce them in order to change Guyanese dollars on departure.


Departure Tax

There is an exit tax of G$2,500.00 plus a security charge of G$1,500 (being a total of G$4000.)  This is paid at the airport at the GRA booth (the US dollar equivalent for this exit tax may vary with exchange fluctuations.)  Please note that this is payable in GY or foreign currency.



Traffic drives on the left.  seat belts are necessary.


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