The drilling program includes ten to 15 holes to depths of between 150m and 300m to test the saprolite and bedrock zones present in two areas of the Marudi Mountain property.

The company said two holes are planned for the Mazoa Hill target area where drilling by previous explorers identified a substantial zone of gold mineralization.

The remaining holes are planned for the Marudi North target area, where the company identified prospective drill targets from its 2011 trenching program.

Guyana Frontier holds a 100% stake in the Marudi Mountain project, subject to a 2% net smelter returns royalty.

Guyana Frontier is focused on the exploration, discovery and development of precious metals deposits located within Guyana.