Just out of Linden, Rock stone Village offers a staggering number of nature-based activities. The rustic ambience adds to the ‘back to nature’ experience. Bird watching, canoeing, swimming in the river and the lure of great sport fishing (especially during the Rock stone Fish Festival) are just a handful of reasons to visit here. Birds …

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Linden & Around

Historically a bauxite-mining town, Linden’s attractions stem from its vantage location. The town is the gateway to the central rainforest region. As the second largest town in Guyana, it houses several interesting museums and heritage sites. The Linden Museum of Socio-Cultural Heritage is particularly good at throwing a spotlight on the Amerindian life and the …

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Demerara Harbour Bridge

As the main thoroughfare between the East and West banks of the Demerara River, this pontoon bridge is a staple on the itinerary during a trip to Georgetown. The most exciting part of cruising over the mile and a half long bridge is to get on one side and see small and large vessels cross …

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Mahaica River Tour

You do not have to venture deep into the rainforest to see the exquisite bird life of Guyana. Just travel 45 minutes from the capital of Georgetown to the Mahaica River, from where you can take a boat into nature. The main draw lies in gazing at the national bird, the hoatzin, which is found …

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Guyanese Heritage Museum

A window into Guyana’s history, Garry Serrao’s private museum is a passionate collection of utensils, stamps, Dutch and British glassware, books, objects of daily use and other artefacts. The two floor museum offers a step back in time. Being located in a private home, makes it all the more fun as you saunter around. Timings: …

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