French Guiana Flights Guide

Categorized as a department of France, French Guiana offers many things to do. Some of the most important ones include visiting the Hmong Market, the Salvation Islands, and the Kaw river. The country is full of creeks and rainforests that offer stunning views and are just waiting to be explored. The Tumuc-Humac mountains are also located here, providing people with the option of taking a leisurely hike.

The most notable city of French Guiana is its capital, Cayenne. Most people visit its main street, Avenue General de Gaulle, which is home to the Place des Palmistes and the Place de Grenoble. In addition to Cayenne, French Guiana is also known for its cities of Kourou, Saint-Laurent, and Saint-Georges.

Cayenne - Felix Eboue Airport is the main international airport of this country, located in Cayenne. In addition to this airport, travelers can also use the Kourou Airport, the Ouanary Airport, the Saint-Laurent-du-Maroni Airport, or the Sinnamary Airport. There are many other airports located in French Guiana, but some of them are either restricted or used solely by the military. The weather in French Guiana is typically hot. It is classified as a tropical region and is known to be substantially humid. The country's rainy season usually begins around November or December and continues through July. During this time, temperatures tend to drop. Amidst this rainy season however, the month of March tends to be fairly dry and is referred to as "the little summer."

Flight prices include taxes and fees and are based on payment by Visa Debit card which does not attract a fee. When completing your booking a payment processing fee of 1.8% for MasterCard and Visa and 3.5% for American Express applies. Note a fare is subject to change until a ticket is issued.