Getting Here

All our locations are relatively easy to get to from Europe and North America.

GUYANA

Guyana has two international airports – Cheddi Jagan, airport code: GEO. Ogle airport, airport code: OGL

OGL connects flights to Trinidad (POS) and Barbados (BGI) onto Liat airlines and into Ogle. This is a quick, easy way to reach country, especially if travelling from the UK

Flights from Europe normally route through the Caribbean or the US. Many airlines fly these routes and from the stopover point it is normally just one more flight to reach Guyana.

If you flew to New York you can link to Guyana with AA, Caribbean Airlines and others

If you flew into the Caribbean you could link with Caribbean Airlines and Liat

There are several flights a day reaching into Guyana so it is pretty simple.

Alternatively you may come overland if you are already in South America from Brazil or Suriname. If this is the case do contact us for some travel ideas as we travel these routes ourselves quite often so know about all the minibuses, small arilines and others ways to move around which you may not find easily online.

BELIZE

Belize also has one international airport, the Philip S W Goldson International, airport code: BZE

From the US there are many daily flights from Miami, New York, Houston and travel time is only about an hour and a half from Miami. From Europe the easiest and cheapest flight options is probably to go via Miami and then travel down.

Of course you can travel to Belize overland from Cancun in Mexico or through Guatemala or Honduras in the south.

JORDAN

In Jordan we ask you to meet in Aqaba or Amman, airport code: AQJ / AMM

There are regular flights there from Europe with the likes of Royal Jordanian Airlines and BA. From North America it may be easier and cheaper to route through major hubs like London or Paris or Istanbul en route.

You can come overland of course through Saudi Arabia or Israel. Eilat in Israel is right next door to Aqaba and you can cross the border there with no difficulty.

PANAMA

Most flights are into Panama City where there are two major airports (PAC or PTY). There are good connections from North America and Europe, some direct, some with changes. And on COPA there are many connections to other Latin American countries. You can of course come overland from Central America.