In case that your drone is under 7 kgs or you will not fly with a commercial purpose and your drone don’t have telemetry devices- you do not need a Permission.
In all other cases – you need to have a Permission.
If the drone will be used Commercial – the company owner need to apply for Aerial Work Operator Certificate. The application needs to have information about the plan of the operation, maintenance programme, communications procedures. More about the requirements for obtaining Permit and Certificate you can read on the GCAA website.
We advise read official website of GCAA for get latest drone laws in Guyana.
Did you know that if you visit South America, you may have the chance to see one of the highest waterfalls in the world just for yourself? If you look for a map of Guyana, you will find it located in the northeast corner of the continent between Venezuela, Brazil and Suriname. And if you visit it, you will fall in love – with its pristine nature, its Caribbean beaches, its culture and historical sites. People who like Chile, Argentina, Colombia, Peru and Bolivia, let them take a look at Guyana
Guyana, on the other hand, seems to attract far fewer tourists. But the abundance of cultural and natural attractions, the lack of other travelers and the general atmosphere makes Guyana an attractive stop for true connoisseurs. Its untouched beauty makes it a dream for the traveler who is looking for adventure and really has a rich culture and pristine nature.
How quiet it is!
Currently, about 3,000 tourists pass through Guyana a year, which is comparable to what Machu Picchu receives in one day. It has a population of less than 750,000 people and consists of an incredible 80% virgin rainforest. Guyana is also the Caribbean, big rum, cricket and music
Guyana is not only a South American country of cowboys, rich wildlife, waterfalls and flooded savannas – in the Amazon Basin, it is also a Caribbean country with great rum, cricket and music. Its neighbours are Venezuela, Suriname, Brazil, French Guiana, Trinidad and Tobago and Barbados, which means you can create a very exciting route for yourself.