The Guyana Seawall is famous for being an evening spot in the city where travellers and locals alike can relax after a long day of enjoying the city. Given that a good bit of the coast lies below sea level, this 280-mile long structure built by the Dutch helps to protect Guyana’s shores. Evenings are brimming with walkers, joggers, and those who just want to take in the expansive ocean view. Sunday night is the best night to enjoy the seawall which comes alive with pop-up bars and food stalls selling delicious street food. There is also a nice beach hidden behind the Georgetown Marriott where many local like to hang out or lime (to use the local term).
Timings: Always open (Mon-Sun); Entry Fee: Free