Each of our survival holiday locations is fairly easy to get to from Europe, North America and South America.
There are two international airports in Guyana: Cheddi Jagan (airport code GEO) and Ogle (airport code OGL).
If you’re flying from the UK, We recommend flying to Trinidad (airport code POS) or Barbados (airport code BGI) and then connecting to Guyana. Caribbean Airlines runs regular and quick flights on these routes.
If you’re coming from mainland Europe: Numerous airlines can connect you to Guyana via the Caribbean or the US. Consult your preferred travel agent or airline for the most convenient option.
If you’re coming from or via New York: We recommend flying to Guyana with American Airlines or Caribbean Airlines. Both airlines offer direct flights to Cheddi Jagan International Airport (GEO).
If you’re coming from (or via) the Caribbean: InterCaribbean Airways and Caribbean Airlines run regular flights to Guyana. Make sure to check their schedules for the most suitable times.
If you’re already in South America, you can get to Guyana overland from Brazil and Suriname. Please note that this route may involve long travel times, multiple transport changes and border crossings.
If you plan to travel by land, get in touch – we are familiar with the area and travel the routes often. We can provide detailed information about transportation options you might not find online. Remember to verify your visa requirements for overland travel if you’re transiting through multiple countries.
Once you've landed in Guyana:
We will coordinate airport pick-ups to bring you to the initial course location. We synchronise pick-ups for guests arriving around the same time to minimise waiting times and costs. However, you might have to arrange your transport to the hotel in case of late or significantly delayed flights.
Regardless of your origin, ensure you have all necessary visas and travel documents before commencing your journey. Check for any travel advisories or specific entry requirements related to your country of origin. We also strongly recommend purchasing travel insurance that covers emergency evacuation, medical costs, and trip cancellation.
We look forward to welcoming you to Guyana for an adventurous and enriching jungle survival holiday!
Belize has one international airport: Philip S W Goldson International (airport code BZE). There are several flights to Belize every day from Miami, New York and Houston.
If you’re travelling from Europe, the quickest – and likely the cheapest – option is to travel to Miami and connect to Belize from there. Travel time from Miami to Belize is about an hour and a half.
It’s also possible to reach Belize overland if you’re coming from Mexico, Guatemala or Honduras. Get in touch if you want any help planning your journey.
Most international flights into Panama arrive in Panama City. There are two major airports here: Tocumen International Airport (PTY) and Albrook International Airport (PAC).
There are good connections to Panama City from North America and Europe, including some direct flights. PTY is the busiest airport in Central America, so there are some very convenient connections available.
If you’re travelling from South America, Copa Airlines runs regular flights into Panama City from various points.
Alternatively, you can travel to Panama overland from Central America. Please note that you can’t easily reach Panama overland from South America, as the Darien Gap has no roads – you’d have to take a vehicle ferry. If you’re coming from South America, we recommend travelling by air instead.
You can fly into two airports in Jordan: Aqaba (airport code AQJ) and Amman (airport code AMM).
Regular flights run from Europe – notably London, Paris and Istanbul. If you’re travelling from North America, it may be easier to book a connecting flight through one of these major transport hubs.
British Airways, Royal Jordanian Airlines and Turkish Airlines all run pretty regular flights between these large cities and Jordan.
It’s also possible to arrive in Jordan if you travel overland through Saudi Arabia or Israel. It’s easy to cross the border from Israel at Eilat – it’s right next to Aqaba, and you should be able to cross here with no trouble.
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