Guyana tourist guide

Top lodges to stay in Guyana

Want to see Gaiana’s best wildlife? Immerse yourself in the source of the Amazon and Escuenivo, between the dense rainforest and the tanned river, or among the golden grasslands of the Lupnuni region, and choose your favorite jungle hut. Karanambu Eco Lodge There is little chance of following in the footsteps of world-renowned conservationists. The clay brick and thatched roof cottages are the ideal place… Read More »Top lodges to stay in Guyana

Top animals to see in Guyana

Journeying through the impassable jungles of Guyana has the potential to mean a blissful trip unplugged–no cell phone service and no wifi! But there is certainly a fresh new bond that starts just where the cellular service terminates. There”s wilderness and the imaginative savannah of the land. The thick rainforest and stream systems create the ideal environment for certain cult creatures. The astonishing profusion and… Read More »Top animals to see in Guyana

Top 9 festivals in Guyana: what to visit

There are many festivals in Guyana every year to demonstrate the cheerful spirit. There is certainly something to suit each individual, so ensure that you do check out these fests. Mashramani Conducted each February, Mashramani commemorates the transformation of Guyana into a republic. Meaning “a feast of a task done right,” it is interpreted from the Native American terminology. Hundreds of folks line up to… Read More »Top 9 festivals in Guyana: what to visit

Guyana cuisine guide: what to eat, best places to visit + curry tour

History The cuisine of Guyana is the ethnic cuisine of the state of Guyana, located on the northeast coast of South America. Guyana’s cuisine mirrors both the ethnographic makeup of the nation and its history as a colony. Although Guyana is located on the South American continent, its cuisine is in many ways comparable to that of the Caribbean islands. Guyana’s cuisine includes ethnically diverse… Read More »Guyana cuisine guide: what to eat, best places to visit + curry tour

Cities of Guyana: what to visit

So many towns and cities and countryside are also found in this area. Here we focus on a few of Guyana’s greatest cities and their top visitor spots. List of Guyana cities to visit 1. Georgetown The capital and largest city of Guyana is Georgetown. It is economic center of the whole Guyana and a important input to the nation’s GDP. This largest town of… Read More »Cities of Guyana: what to visit

Georgetown Guyana full guide: what to do and what to see

At the point where the Demerara River flows into the Atlantic Ocean is the city of Georgetown. It is known as the metropolitan center of Guyana. The area is quite attractive because of the vast tropical forests that surround it. At the same time, the entire “green area” is filled with interesting “residents” – rare species of animals, and the sky is often seen flying… Read More »Georgetown Guyana full guide: what to do and what to see

Where to Stay in Guyana: best hotels in Guyana

Where to Stay in Guyana Guyana has quite a few hotels of various classes, resorts, guesthouses, and B&Bs (bad nad breakfasts) to choose from. Below is a list of just a few of them, which may help you navigate, or if necessary, contact them directly to clarify prices, conditions and reservations. Prices are different everywhere, I will give you average values: Deluxe Junior Suite –… Read More »Where to Stay in Guyana: best hotels in Guyana

How to get to Guyana and transport in Guyana: buses, taxi, ferries prices

Most tourists arrive to Guyana by plane. But you can also get here by ferry across the border of Suriname and Guyana. How to get to Guyana by air A passport that expires no sooner than 6 months from the date of travel is necessary. Return flight ticket required. Visas necessary for certain countries. No visa needed for citizens of Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany,… Read More »How to get to Guyana and transport in Guyana: buses, taxi, ferries prices

Guyana local life: customs, religion, natives, prices

Guyana’s culture is an intricate blend of the traditions of ethnic groups as diverse as Hindus, Indians, Africans, Europeans, and Southeast Asians. This remarkable “mix of peoples” has contributed to the emergence of a distinctive Guyanese nation, manifesting itself in original spicy cuisine, religion, unique traditions of folk music and oral art, colorful clothing, and even in the distinctive local accent. Locals in Guyana Even… Read More »Guyana local life: customs, religion, natives, prices