During your visit to Georgetown there are a number of interesting sights that should not be missed: the most famous being St. George’s Cathedral. The Cathedral is one of the world’s tallest free standing wooden buildings and was consecrated on 1892. The foundation stone was laid on November 23, 1890 and the building was designed […]
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Experience the pristine rainforest and abundant wildlife of Guyana before trekking to the top of Mount Roraima in Venezuela. The Gran Sabana is a grassy savannah-like plateau with an elevation of 900-1200 meters. Millions of years of erosion have made this location one of the world’s richest areas for gold and diamond mining. […]
The Kanuku Mountains in southwestern Guyana rise out of the grasslands and form a backdrop to the Rupununi savannahs. Their wild sculptured crowns peaking just below the level where the clouds would touch the mountain tops. The range, divided by the Rupununi River, is noted for its high diversity of bird and animal species, […]
Visit some of Guyana’s best resorts and ranches. Search for Jaguar and Giant River Otters and marvel at Kaieteur Falls, explore the highlights of the Rupununi, is an area of extensive grass lands punctuated by bush islands and termite mounds with a backdrop of wind sculpted peaks of the Kanuku Mountains. One of the highlights […]
In just 11 days you will see the majestic Kaieteur Falls, explore the Burro Burro River and search for the impressive Jaguars in Iwokrama Forest. One of the highlights will be the Iwokrama canopy walkway which allows visitors to experience the rainforest from the vantage of the canopy.
The Kaieteur Falls which were first seen by […]
This nine day itinerary offers adventure and pristine forests along with a visit to the Amerindian community of Surama and an exploration of the Iwokrama Forest, established as a living laboratory for sustainable tropical forest management. Finally spend a couple of days enjoying the Burro Burro River and the animal and bird life in the […]
The Kaieteur Falls which were first seen by a European on April 29, 1870 is situated in the heart of Guyana on the Potaro River, a tributary of the Essequibo. The water of Kaieteur, one of the world’s natural wonders, flows over a sandstone conglomerate tableland into a deep gorge - a drop of […]