Company Name:

Havas Voyages Centre

Telephone:

+33594289555

Tour City:

NA

17-19 Rue Lallouette, Cayenne 97300, France

Company Description:

Votre agence HAVAS VOYAGES c'est ausi TAKARI TOUR le spécialiste du tourisme local pour toutes vos envies de sorties en Guyane, seul, en famille, ou entre ami. Découvrez la gamme de nos produits et nos offres promotionnelles sur : www.takaritour.com Tel : 0594 31 19 60 Fax : 0594 31 54 70 Mail : takari.tour@wanadoo.fr

Company Name:

Air Caraibes Guyane

Telephone:

+33820835835

Tour City:

NA

Agence Air Caraïbes, Aéroport Félix Eboué, Matoury, Guyane 97351, France

Company Description:

The company operates flights from Paris Orly 4 to Guadeloupe (Pointe-à-Pitre), Martinique (Fort-de-France), Guyana (Cayenne), Haiti (Port-au-Prince), Saint-Martin (Juliana ), the Dominican Republic (Santo Domingo and Punta Cana), The Bahamas and Cuba (Havana and Santiago de Cuba). It has adjusted the schedules of its regional network to offer passengers from Metropolitan and European, quick connections to all these destinations: St. Martin (Grand Case), St. Barthelemy (service operated by St Barth Commuter), St. LUCIA...

Company Name:

JAL Voyages

Telephone:

+594594316820

Tour City:

NA

: 26 avenue du Général de Gaulle, Cayenne 97300, French Guiana

Company Description:

JAL VOYAGES, receptive agency created for more than 30 years and based in Cayenne , invites you to discover all the touristic sites of French Guiana: Kaw Marsh, Maroni, Approuague, Oyapock, Kourou River, Gabriel Creek, Islands of Salvation, He and the Mother, Saul ... For 20 years, we have specialized in the discovery of the nature reserve of the Kaw Marsh and its faunistic and floristic richness. We make every effort to offer you an authentic tourism, respectful as much as possible of the environment, thanks to original means of discovery: pirogue, electric catamaran, canoes, paddle boats ...

Company Name:

Auberge du Mahury

Telephone:

+33694452310

Tour City:

NA

Roura 97311, France

Company Description:

Everyone is welcome from 22h boat rotations will be done every 20 min, for a party night with erotic show at midnight (first session for the happiness of the ladies 15 min) thereafter striptease for men and after striptease in hot hot couple hot. The tickets

Company Name:

Promaritime Guyane

Telephone:

+594594284236

Tour City:

NA

Ctre Commercial Katoury, 16 Rocade de Zéphir, Cayenne 97300, French Guiana

Company Description:

Promaritime: expert in maritime transport for more than 20 years Promaritime International has been involved in maritime transport for more than 20 years. The activity managed by the company SOTEL for twenty years, was bought by our company to continue what is called in Kourou "the shuttle of the Islands of Salvation". We are very proud today to be able to take up the torch and make you discover this island with a strong historical heritage.

Company Name:

Free Lance Service

Telephone:

+33594323710

Tour City:

NA

27 Rue des Freres Amet, Kourou, French Guiana

Company Description:

Located 2 hours from Kourou on the east road, the Cacao Village was founded by the Hmong community from Laos during the 70's. The Sunday Market offers tastings of typical dishes and a very rich Handcraft market. For Amazonian wildlife lovers, the museum of insects propose a visit with the largest species of Amazonian butterflies released in a greenhouse and visitable. Some of The Galiléo, Metop C & Bépi Colombo Teams enjoyed the day in Cacao.

Company Name:

Responsible travel

Telephone:

01273823700

Tour City:

NA

141 Fourth Street Campbellville, French Guyana,

Company Description:

The smallest of the three Guianas – and by far the least touristed by english-speakers – French Guiana is known to Francophiles and locals as Guyane and yes, this causes no shortage of confusion with similarly-named Guyana a few hundred miles to the west. Nonetheless, French Guiana is a singularly unique place from a political point of view. Its 84,000 km² (32,500 square miles) is a department of France and this territory is legally part of the European Union. President Emmanuel Macron is the head of state, French is the lingua franca, and transactions are handled in Euros. Espresso and wine are in ample supply.

Company Name:

Its easy

Telephone:

1-866-487-3279

Tour City:

NA

200 Park Ave - Lobby The MetLife Building New York, NY 10166

Company Description:

Each day we receive thousands of phone calls, emails, on-line chats and in person questions from people, businesses and travel agencies throughout the country looking for information about passports and visas. Some traveling for vacation, some for business, some for school, employment, filming TV commercials, setting world records, you name it! And each day we get hundreds of FedEx packages from people all over the country needing passports or visas to virtually any country. Some need them in on month, some in one week, and some in one day! So how do we deal with this and make sure everyone gets what they need? We use 40+ years of experience to run the best passport and visa expediting service in the world. At ItsEasy, we all come to work every day because we love what we do – we get to solve countless problems and make hundreds of people happy every day.

Company Name:

Travel agent central

Telephone:

+994554095000

Tour City:

NA

3 Speen Street, Suite 300, Framingham, MA 01701.

Company Description:

TravelAgentCentral.com covers the latest news and trends in travel. It is the top travel website for travel agents seeking the very latest in cruise news, destination news, hotel news, airline news and tour news. We’re an independent news organization whose journalists have deep expertise in vacation travel and business travel, covering the Caribbean, Mexico, Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, North America and South America.

Company Name:

Travel notes

Telephone:

+1800-747-4540

Tour City:

NA

LatinAmerica French Guina

Company Description:

The capital of French Guiana is on Cayenne Island, at the mouth of the Cayenne River. The harbour is too shallow for large ships, although there is boat service to other coastal points in French Guiana. The French established their first settlement at Cayenne in the early 17th century. The Dutch occupied it a couple of time in the 1660s, with the French acquiring permanent control early in the 18th century.