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 Guyana is encircled by Savannah land, farms and wetlands. The “Garden City of the Caribbean” is how natives call Guyana.

We have a complete Georgetown guide here:


2. Linden

Linden is the second largest town in this country. Linden was given status of a city in 1970. Bauxite mining is a age-old industry there. Gluca Island, an island where nobody lives, situated near a rock in the Essequibo River, is another visitor sight close to Linden. This is one of Guyana’s larger cities and a unique location where you might see the Victoria Regia water lily blossom. Large caimans and gigantic otters are also there. More than 200 types of birds among the beautiful macaws and parrots also reach the island of Glück.

3. New Amsterdam

New Amsterdam is Guyana’s third largest and finest city . This pretty town is situated on Berbice River. The city acts as an essential port of Guyana. Numerous ancient colonial structures are also found here. In besides this site of great national heritage, New Amsterdam is probably also host to the Mission Chapel, which comprises a number of institutions for education, hotels, and a public hospital.

Ituni Temple in New Amsterdam

Ituni is a Buddhist temple situated in the Cooperative Republic of Guyana, New Amsterdam. It was founded in the nineteenth century.

It is a small but very beautiful wooden structure with a snow-white facade and a bright red roof. It has one floor and little original windows. The structure is incircled by dense vegetation, mostly palm trees.

Nowadays the church is active.

4. Anna Regina

The enchanting city of Anna Regina is the launching pad for a wide range of fun things to do in the peaceful area. A boat trip down the Essequibo River on your own is totally well worth the trip.  Hot and Cold Lake is a peaceful location for fishing, boating and resting. It is also counted in the popular town of Guyana. Capote Lake on Capoey Indian Mission is also ideal for casting a hammock. You might find a terrific vista of rice lands on the way to Feather Beach, a native beloved swimming hole, as well. In summer, Lake Mainstay Resort holds a blackwater lake regatta and a whitewater celebration. All these locations are readily reached by coach or bus from Anna Regina, but be aware that riding to and near the shore is complicated after the sun goes down.

5. Bartica


Bartica is accessed by road and also by the Essequibo River. Boats often go from Bartica to Georgetown. Bartica is one well-known city in coutry. The Essequibo Coast and the islands through Parika are also a main visitors draw. The ride from Georgetown Market Stabroek. Bartica has multiple visitors attractions and a cab that prices $300 can take you to Bartica from the capital city. You can hike anywhere. It’s all dependable. cab drivers are friendly as well.

6. City of Mabaruma

Mabaruma is the regional center of the Wan (Barima-Waini) area of Guyana. It is situated near to the Aruca River (the Venezuelan border) on a thin plains higher than the rain forest surrounding it at an altitude of 13 meters.

It superseded Moravanna as the provincial capitol following what the previous one was considered dangerous after the floods. The town has a small state-owned hotel.

Maraboom is home to first high school, Northwest High School, founded in 1965.

7. Port Kaituma Town

Port Kaituma is a tiny city in the administrative province of Barima-Waini, Guyana.

Though an Amerindian town had been in existence for long the Kaituma River, this town developed only after the manganese exploration of the Mathew Mountain Range, which facilitated the building of Port Kaituma. Because Matthew Mountain Range was not situated on a stream, a canal was built from the Caytum River.


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