If you intend to venture on the rocks, then water shoe or runners, shorts and T-shirt is fine, only you need to remember your sunscreen.
Yes and No, on-board you are fine, but on walk about trips like Fort Island etc. you may need to bring along an umbrella.
No! It’s located at the conflux of the mighty Essequibo, the Mazaruni and Cuyuni Rivers.
Sometimes, more than likely you will get to see some of Guyana’s rare birds and animal species.
On some packages, definitely no, on others yes, but be sure to ask the agent at our bookings and they may be able to make some accommodations for you.
Of Course! Only we limit the use of onboard alcohol as the safety of our guests is of utmost importance to us.
No! All our vessels and buses are smoke-free again we take the safety and health of our guest very seriously.
No! Definitely not! Hogg island is just about 23 square miles, whilst Barbados is 166 square miles.
However, Hogg Island is larger than many of the smaller islands of the Caribbean.
No! but we can arrange for your convenience and very soon we plan to add an onboard canteen.
No! However, at our regular stops, we will do our best to accommodate you as the need arises.
No! However, you can speak with the bookings agent regarding same and they may be able to work something out for you. But please do not show up with pets on the day of the tour unless advised otherwise.
Yes. We provide life jackets for all persons on-board.