Although Guyana is known to be relatively expensive compared to other South American countries, the cost largely depends on your needs and the time you have available. A number of flights and river systems connect the key wildlife areas of the country, but you need to plan this in advance. While travelling by road from Georgetown to the interior savannahs and rainforests is cheaper, it is more arduous and takes longer as opposed to travelling by air. This comes with a number of benefits though – you will be rewarded with excellent views of the beautiful landscapes and wildlife throughout your journey. A general rule of thumb would be US$150-300/day for a budget trip, US$300-600/day for a mid-range trip and US$600+ a day for a top-end trip.