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Nes­tled on the North Eastern cor­ner of the South Amer­i­can con­ti­nent, Guyana stretches 270 miles along the At­lantic coast­line into dense trop­i­cal for­est and the broad sa­van­nahs of the Rupu­nuni. The land­scape is dom­i­nated by mighty rivers, in­clud­ing the De­mer­ara, the Ber­bice and Esse­quibo, which pro­vide es­sen­tial ac­cess to the rain­for­est and jun­gles of the in­te­rior. Guyana is an ex­cit­ing new des­ti­na­tion wait­ing to be ex­plored.

For the ad­ven­tur­ers, Guyana is a place of won­der- trek through the jun­gle, tramp the for­est trails and ride with the va­que­ros. For the na­ture lovers, Guyana is a coun­try where na­ture has placed its great­est riches. Feel the beauty of na­ture as it whis­pers across your heart. En­counter an ex­pe­ri­ence never to be for­got­ten. Dis­cover the ex­tra­or­di­nary wilder­ness to be found in Guyana, South Amer­ica Undis­cov­ered.


Only South Amer­i­can coun­try where English is the of­fi­cial lan­guage.

Na­ture and ad­ven­ture des­ti­na­tion with over 910 species of birds, 6000 species of plants, 700 species of fish and 200 species of mam­mals.

Rich com­mu­nity tourism ex­pe­ri­ences with warm and hos­pitable peo­ple.


Guyana Car­ni­val: May 18 - 27 Rock­stone Fish Fes­ti­val: Oc­to­ber 27 - 28 Rupu­nuni Rodeo: April 20-21, 2019

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