Guyana: Places to Go
Situated at the end of the Demerara River, this is a very
vibrant town with colonial structures that is a testament of the 18th and 19th
century. The numerous East Indian owned markets that are dispelled through
out the city could see a very diverse community as it is.
A vastly forested area situated in the southwestern area of the country.
An area that floods every year with the vast rainfall, that causes the
community to be mobile on boats during this time.
The Kanuku Mountains:
Almost 80% of the wildlife can be found in these mountains.
In an effort to prove that the rainforest can be beneficial to the economy
without destroying the ecology, this area of over 360,000 acres of rainforest
has been preserved.
Considered to be one of the wonders of the world, these waterfalls are a
natural phenomenon. The Kaiteur falls know to be the longest single drop of
water in the world it fall to an amazing 740 feet and then to another 101
feet making the total drop of this waterfall over 800 feet. This is simply
amazing and awesome sight, which is simply breathtaking.
Another breathtaking waterfall, it flows over terraces on the border of
Brazil and merges with the Takuto then on to the Amazon River. Take a dip
into the falls and become immerse by the cool waters that flow from this
Take a short boat ride to get to this waterfall. With in close proximity
of the fall there is a lush rainforest. There was an average size pool was
naturally created by the flow of this fall, it makes for wonderful swimming.