Nature & Wildlife

Planning a Family Adventure to Guyana

Planning a wildlife & nature trip to South America? Guyana promises to be even more astounding for children than for their wide-eyed parents. The country’s scents, sights and sounds will make for an unforgettable adventure and one that most kids will take in their stride. Foraging through greenery to spot wildlife and fascinating birds, encountering …

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Top Attractions in Georgetown

Bearing a strong stamp of easy-going yet vibrant, the capital city of Guyana is where almost one third of the country lives or works. As a result, it is brimming with diversity and fun to explore for a traveller. Skirted by the Atlantic Ocean on the northern edge, the city is cooled by the trade …

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Is Guyana Safe for Solo Travellers?

No matter which part of the world, ‘safety’ looms constantly on the solo traveller’s mind. While some countries are considered safer than others, news of stray untoward incidents creeps in from all parts of the world. The same goes for Guyana.  It took Guyana almost four decades of post-Independence period to find political stability and …

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Guyana Travels 101

For travellers yearning to explore verdant rainforests, vast savannahs and amazing wildlife up-close, Guyana should be your next travel choice. The destination serves as a gateway into the lush Amazonian rainforests! Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean to the North, Venezuela to the west, Brazil to the South and Suriname to the east, Guyana lies on …

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Guyana for Birders

Waking up at unearthly small hours of the morning and patiently keeping the head cocked up for hours towards the high canopies, eyes glued to the binoculars, are the biggest virtues of a true birder. Fortunately, in Guyana, there is no such rite of passage. The great Amazonian rainforest cover, vast network of rivers and …

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Freshwater Fishing in Guyana

As nature’s wealth goes, Guyana not only has one of the largest rainforest covers in the world, but also hundreds of species of animals and birds that inhabit them. Then there is the vast network of rivers that criss-cross through the length and breadth of the country, offering a unique perspective to the travellers. The …

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Caiman Tagging in the Amazon

Guyana is an integral part of the Amazonian love affair with nature. It lies on the northern edge of South America with 80% the land covered in rainforest. The country has a large network of rivers, headlined by the Essequibo, Demerara and the Berbice, with scores of tributaries enriching the banks with silt. The wildlife …

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