Nothing gives you better insight to a place than jostling through its busy market. The 19th century Bourda Market is painted in reds, yellows and bright greens with the fresh produce of vegetables and fruits – and that’s just one stall. Match your step to the frenzied pace of commerce. This is also one of the best places to listen to the colourful Creolese language at play, as bargainers and shopkeepers haggle through a purchase. No food tour in Guyana is complete without a walk through the Bourda Market.
Timings: 07:00h -18:00h (Mon-Sat); Entry Fee: Free