141 Fourth Street
Campbellville, Georgetown
Tel: (592) 227-7698
Fax: (592) 226-2085
Duty Manager: (592) 624-2225
Email: info@wilderness-explorers.com

Wilderness Explorers was established in 1994 as an in-bound tour operator in Guyana, specialising in nature and adventure travel.  The company offers exciting tours that range from soft adventure through to intrepid expeditions, in some of Guyana’s remotest areas.  We are specialists in birdwatching tours and provide the most comprehensive birding itineraries available for Guyana and the region.

We offer expertise as fixers for documentaries and films and worked with productions for BBC, Discovery Channel, ICON Films, Big Earth and many others.  We are proud of our extensive range of tours and options for cruise ships visiting Guyana and our region and have handled ships in Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana, Trinidad & Tobago and Grenada.

The company is proud of its commitment to the environment and community tourism and works closely with a number of Amerindian communities including Surama, Rewa, Yupakari and Nappi.

Wilderness Explorers offers packages not only in Guyana but also in Suriname, French Guiana, Venezuela, Dominica, Trinidad & Tobago and other Caribbean destinations.

Wilderness Explorers is an active member of the Tourism and Hospitality Association of Guyana for 20 years, a founding member of Active Travel Latin America Specialists (ATLAS), long time member of the Latin American Travel Association (LATA) and first Latin American member of the Australian Travel Association for Latin America (ATALA). The companies attends trade and consumer shows globally and sells tours to tourists from North America, UK, Europe, Africa, Australia and Asia.

We have been recognized with numerous awards including National Geographic Adventure magazine’s “The World’s 25 Wildest New Trips of 2005”, the tour “Amerindian Guyana” which was featured in National Geographic Traveler magazine’s 2011 “50 Tours of a Lifetime,” and winning the Ernst and Young Caribbean Entrepreneur of the Year 2003 – Tourism.

The company is a partner in Community and Tourism Services (CATS), a joint venture partnership with the indigenous community of Surama, Rock View Lodge and Iwokrama International Centre, which operates the Iwokrama Canopy Walkway at Atta Rainforest Lodge.

Whether you are thinking of joining one of our scheduled group departures or planning a private tour, you can visit our website (www.wilderness-explorers.com) where you can find a wide variety of Itineraries as well as information on all of our offered destinations. Uncertain or have questions? Then use our Website’s LiveChat feature where one of our Trip Planners are waiting to hear from you or drop us an email at info@wilderness-explorers.com.