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  • Georgetown 2We spent the rest of our stay in Georgetown in the South East of the city, South Ruimveldt Park. We would travel every to the centre to visit the records office and library to try to get information and documents Posted by JoCastle-Henry in Guyana | Jul 19, 2019
  • Waikin RanchSunday 03.02 We arrived at Waikin Ranch where we met (We Need To Talk About) Kevin, our guide, (The) Don, the owner and Odessa (, Ukraine). We did a tour around the ranch to the vegetable gardens, wildlife rehabilitation area and Posted by JoCastle-Henry in Guyana | Jul 19, 2019
  • Karanambu LodgeFriday 01.02 We were taken by boat to Karamanbu lodge, a rehabilitation centre and baby otter orphanage, with our new guide Manuel (/automatic) and captain Sean (Connery). Before our dinner, we watched the three baby giant otters have dinner, fish and m Posted by JoCastle-Henry in Guyana | Jul 19, 2019
  • Rewa Eco LodgeWednesday 30.01 We took a boat along the Rupunini River to Rewa eco lodge with our new guide, Vivian (Meier), and captain, (Pink F)Lloyd. Thankfully it was overcast so we didn’t get baked on our two hour journey. There were patches Posted by JoCastle-Henry in Guyana | Jul 19, 2019
  • Rock View LodgeTuesday 29.01 We arrived and were greeted by the owner, Colin (Firth) and met our guide, (Jimi) Hendricks, who took us on a tour around the grounds, the ponds and buildings, sampling lots of the produce from the fruit trees we Posted by JoCastle-Henry in Guyana | Jul 19, 2019
  • Surama Eco LodgeSunday 27.01 We were picked up by our new guide, Lionel (Richie), and driver, (Totnes) Devon, and made our way to Surama Eco Lodge. On the way we saw an eagle by the side of the road and a little later Posted by JoCastle-Henry in Guyana | Jul 19, 2019
  • Atta Rainforest LodgeFriday 25.01 The bus ride along the Linden-Lethem Road to Atta Rainforest Lodge took us to the other side of the Iwokrama Forest Reserve. We stopped a couple of times to observe the animals and birds on the road or in Posted by JoCastle-Henry in Guyana | Jul 19, 2019
  • Iwokrama River LodgeWednesday 23.01 Eugene international airport to Fair View Airstrip - Our flight from Georgetown to Iwokrama took about an hour and a half, stopping at two small airports along the way. I was surprised to see the landscape change from a Posted by JoCastle-Henry in Guyana | Jul 19, 2019
  • Kaieteur Tuesday 22.01 The flight to Kaieteur, of which I was co-pilot, was just under an hour from Georgetown. The views leaving the grids of the city, down the Demerara River and flying over the immense forest were spectacular. As we got Posted by JoCastle-Henry in Guyana | Jul 19, 2019
  • Georgetown Saturday 19.01 Arriving at Cheddi Jagan International Airport, we were met by a wall of heat and a lovely taxi driver, Colin. As we drove towards Georgetown, parallel to the Demerara River, Colin quizzed Dad on areas, streets and buildings that Posted by JoCastle-Henry in Guyana | Jul 19, 2019
  • Guyana (former British Guyana) ==Our Itinerary== We spent 10 full days in Guyana, with two days in and around the capital of Georgetown, one day on the Essequibo River, another day in the far north visiting waterfal Posted by janejoe in Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana-2015 | Oct 19, 2015
  • Itinerary for Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana==Itinerary== For the month of October we will be touring Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana, three countries on the northcoast of South America. To the west is Venezuela and to the south is Brazil. In colonial times there were actually five Posted by janejoe in Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana-2015 | Sep 24, 2015
  • Georgetown, Guyana567 kilometers later and I arrived at my last stop in South America..... Guyana!!! My flight with Caribbean Airlines departed Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago on June 12th at 6:40 and 1 hour and 10 mins later I arrived Posted by michaelat in My Dream Trip Around The World | May 25, 2013
  • A Night at KaieteurAfter an hour of being totally mesmerized by the waterfall and snapping more pictures than we'll ever know what to do with, it was time to unpack and set up camp at the Kaieteur guesthouse. If there's anything worth booking Posted by Noemad in Guyana | Dec 12, 2012
  • Journey to Kaieteur Falls IIDepending on how heavy of a sleeper you are, Amatuk island will either be a blessing or a curse for you. In my case it was the latter. Remember, the island is sitting in the middle of a waterfall, and Posted by Noemad in Guyana | Oct 11, 2012
  • Journey to Kaieteur Falls IWe spent our one night in Mahdia at the RH Hotel. RH stands for Roger Hines, and he is the unofficial king of Mahdia. Not only does he own the nicest hotel in town (newly built, each room comes with Posted by Noemad in Guyana | Oct 10, 2012
  • The BirdcageWhile walking the streets of Guyana, a small birdcage would catch my eye here and there, until I started to notice a bit of a trend. There were an unusually large amount of men holding birdcages while standing in the Posted by Noemad in Guyana | Sep 10, 2012
  • Transportation FrustrationNate and Ilana planned our entire hike to Kaieteur Falls - the nations top visitor attraction. Because they had been living in Guyana for over a year and a half and had a very good grasp of how things were Posted by Noemad in Guyana | Sep 9, 2012
  • Guyana - An Introduction“So, where are you going this time?” “Guyana” “Wow, Africa? That sounds interesting…” It’s true, most people have no clue where Guyana is or what it’s about. I Posted by Noemad in Guyana | Sep 9, 2012
  • GuyanaAfter a 1 hour flight I have arrived in the Capital city of Guyana, Georgetown! Even thought I’m very happy to be here finally I’m kinda tired from all the airplane traveling. I checked into my hotel about 1 hour Posted by Guyaneseboy in My Dream Trip Around The World | May 29, 2012
  • The 3 Guyanas OverlandBest hotels: Novotel Cayenne **** Hotel Rocher, Kourou **** Hotel du Fleuve, near Kourou *** Royal Torarica, Paramaribo ***** Regency, Nieuw Nickerie *** Pegasus, Georgetown (ex-Meridien) **** - The three Guyanas were less exotic or di Posted by LuxuryRogue in Gentleman Adventurer | Sep 20, 2010
  • GuyanaHow can I get to Georgetown from Caracas overland or by ferry? Is there a bus company that offers this route? Posted by pperrin in Guyana | Nov 18, 2009
  • To Guyana Does anyone out there consider Guyana as a tourist destination for themselves? It was kind of a surprise for me down there, and we have traveled all over. A pleasant surprise it really Posted by jamesd1967 in Georgetown, Guyana | Feb 25, 2009
  • Guyana (the last one)I should point out that the bite was from a mosquito and for some reason my left hand has decided it likes to swell up quite dramatically when bitten, but it went down over the following 48 hours or so Posted by gt248 in Guyana, China, Mongolia and Russia | Jul 12, 2008
  • GuyanaElvon our guide showed up again to accompany us to Iwokrama (A Rainforest Conservation and Development Area of nearly one million acres). As we'd lost time at shell beach we opted to take a minibus there rather than wait Posted by gt248 in Guyana, China, Mongolia and Russia | Jul 8, 2008
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