TRIP TO GUYANA, STRAIGHT TO THE HEART OF TROPICAL NATURE Between Brazil and Suriname, and edged by the Atlantic Ocean, Guyana is a French enclave on the South American continent. This overseas department is for the most part covered with Amazonian forest. Exuberant nature and enriching encounters: a stay on Guyana offers a guaranteed total change of scene. Exploring the French Amazon An adventure destination, Guyana is above all a region where nature reigns supreme. The dense tropical forest, protected by nature reserves, is home to a rich and unique biodiversity. Oyapock, Maroni, and Sinnamary, the rivers form the main traffic axes within the territory: your trip to Guyana will be your opportunity to get a taster of canoeing. Cross-fertilizing cultures The towns, such as Cayenne, the chief location, are concentrated on the coast and testify to the diversity of Native American, Bushinengue, or Creole populations and cultures. No stay on Guyana would be complete without a detour via Kourou and its famous Space Center, the site of Ariane rocket launches.
MONTPELLIER > CAYENNE
Below are our promotional fares for flights between Montpellier (France) and Cayenne (Guadeloupe). Thanks to the TGV AIR package deal brought to you by Air Caraïbes and SNCF, your train will depart from Montpellier Saint-Roch railway station (at the TGV AIR counter) and arrive in Massy TGV railway station (travel time: between 4 hours and 4 hours 30 minutes) where a shuttle will be waiting for you (please see the procedure on our TGV AIR offer page). This shuttle will take you to Paris Orly 4 airport where you will fly to Cayenne (Guyane). Use our booking engine to check availability for this promotion and let us help you book your plane ticket.
Fly from Montpellier to the colorful rooftops of Cayenne!
Discover the Guyanese fauna
A mecca for biodiversity, French Guiana is home to an exceptional fauna. During your stay, you will undoubtedly have the opportunity to observe birds such as the red ibis, the parrot or the toucan. You may encounter anteaters, sloths and tapirs in the Amazonian forest, or giant otters in the mangroves. The coastline is also the refuge of sea turtles, which come to lay their eggs on certain beaches. With a tropical climate and very dense vegetation, Guyana also has many insects. For more information, don't hesitate to visit the Alexandre-Franconie museum in Cayenne. Located in a Creole house typical of colonial architecture, this museum presents an important collection of insects, butterflies and longhorns. The museum of the association Le Planeur bleu, in the village of Cacao, is also not to be missed.
To discover the fabulous Guyanese nature, fly to Cayenne from Montpellier with the Train + Air offer!