French Guiana

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French Guiana is an overseas department of France on the northeast coast of South America, composed mainly of tropical rainforest. The ruins of 17th-century Fort Cépérou overlook the capital, Cayenne, with its colorful Creole houses and street markets. Shops and cafes surround the palm-filled main square, Place des Palmistes. The Rémire-Montjoly suburb is lined with Atlantic coast beaches.
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French Guiana travel – Lonely Planet

French Guiana is a tiny country of cleaned-up colonial architecture, eerie prison-camp history and some of the world's most diverse plant and animal life. It's a strange mix of French law and rainforest humidity where only a few destinations along the coast are easily accessed and travel can be frustratingly difficult as well as …”
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French Guiana – Wikitravel

“Citizens of the countries mentioned above may enter French Guiana using a national identity card as a travel document, if taking flights from Metropolitan France to French Guiana. This can also be done if flying from Guadeloupe, Martinique, Mayotte, and Réunion.”
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US warns against travel to French Guiana amid social unrest …

“25 Mar 2017 Large protests have spread throughout French Guiana, blocking roads to neighbouring Brazil and Suriname, prompting the US government to issue a travel warning Friday for the French territory in South America. … The demonstrations have paralysed French Guiana in recent days as …”
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French Guiana 2018: Best of French Guiana Tourism – TripAdvisor

French Guiana Tourism: TripAdvisor has 10251 reviews of French Guiana Hotels, Attractions, and Restaurants making it your best French Guiana resource.”
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French GuianaTravel guide at Wikivoyage

“From Brazil and Suriname, getting into French Guiana overland includes a 15 minute crossing by boat across Oyapoque (from Brazil) or Le Maroni (from Suriname). … However these days, freighter travel is the only possibility to get into French Guyana from further away by boat.”
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Going local in French Guiana | Travel | The Guardian

“23 May 2008 Vicky Baker is travelling around Central and South America guided by the local people she meets on social networking websites. This week she is in French Guiana.”
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French Guiana – Out of this world | The Independent

“17 Apr 2009 In fact, French Guiana (you can't call it a country, for reasons that are about to become clear) is located on the malarial northern coast of South …. To reduce the impact on the environment, you can buy an "offset" through Abta's Reduce my Footprint initiative (020-3117 0500;”
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Visit French Guiana | Official website for tourism in France –

“A kingdom of forests, rivers and animals, French Guiana seduces all nature lovers. A paradise for ecotourism, Guiana is situated in north-west South America between Suriname and Brazil.Get to know French Guiana A kingdom of forests, rivers and animals, French Guiana seduces all nature lovers.”
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The Guianas travel guide – The Telegraph

“14 Oct 2015 The three Guianas were discovered by French, Spanish and English explorers in the 16th century, and their river valleys made into plantation colonies by the Dutch and English. Though at the same latitude and topographically similar, each of the countries is defined by a distinct colonial footprint. Guyana …”
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10 reasons Guyana is South America's secret … – Intrepid Travel

“4 Mar 2015 Not only is Guyana a South American country of cowboys, rich wildlife, waterfalls, tepuis and flooded savannahs (in the Amazon Basin) but also a Caribbean country of great rum, cricket and music. It's neighbours include Venezuela, Suriname, Brazil, French Guiana, Trinidad and Tobago and Barbados, …”
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