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Seawall

If you are looking for the best spot in Georgetown to watch the expansive Atlantic Ocean, then there is no better place than the Seawall. This 280-mile dyke that was constructed to keep the city safe from the Atlantic storm surges, also contains the soul of Georgetown. Go here on a Sunday evening for a few hours of people watching, as hundred flock here to cap the weekend off with refreshing strolls along the sea. Read more about Georgetown and the nearby attractions here.

Getting To And Around

Sea Wall skirts the city of Georgetown and is easily accessible by foot. The capital city is also well connected to the rest of the country by flights.

Air

The two main airports of the country lie on the outskirts of Georgetown - Cheddi Jagan International Airport, which connects the country to the rest of the world, and Eugene F. Correia International Airport (formerly Ogle) which is used for domestic connections and some flights to Suriname and the Caribbean. The Cheddi Jagan airport is located on the bank of the Demerara River in Timehri, about 41 kilometres from the city. From either of these airports, you can travel by road to the main entry point of the Seawall found just beside the Pegasus Hotel.

Road

You can travel by road to the main entry point of the Seawall found just beside the Pegasus Hotel. As you drive along, front row seats to stunning countryside is guaranteed.

River

Water highway of the Demerara River can be used to get you close to the main entry point of the Seawall.

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