The Corriverton (Berbice) region occupies the northeast part of Guyana bordering Suriname, with a namesake river that flows through it before it reaches the Atlantic Ocean. It is home to three towns – New Amsterdam, Rose Hall and Corriverton and a cluster of villages including Port Mourant, Limlair and Skeldon. Travellers who visit Corriverton can see remnants of the Dutch heritage in beautiful colonial architecture and historic sites. The region is also home to once thriving sugar plantations, namely the Albion-Rose Hall Estate and the Blairmont Estate, that can still be visited. Corriverton is one of the top places to see in Guyana. So make it a point to explore villages, patches of forest and a cache of colonial architecture in this beautiful ancient county. Corriverton is also the closest base to travel to Suriname, if you are looking to cover the 3 Guianas. Find itineraries for Corriverton here.