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Reasons to Visit Guyana

  • Georgetown

    Admire the British and Dutch architecture of Georgetown, the huge St George Cathedral and the Museum of Guyana, with excellent Guyanese painting and sculpture.

    Georgetown
  • Gold and diamond fields

    Explore the gold and diamond fields near Bartica, at the junction of the Essequibo and Mazaruni rivers. There are also a number of Amerindian settlements in the area, whose residents grow crops for the mining camps.

    Gold and diamond fields
  • Kaieteur Falls

    Revel in the spray of South America's most majestic waterfalls. Not many waterfalls match the height and volume of water of Kaieteur Falls, part of the Kaieteur National Park.

    Kaieteur Falls
  • Otters

    Visit Karanambu, home of Diane McTurk, widely known for her work in rehabilitating orphaned, giant river otters to the wild. The Karanambu Lodge eco-tourism resort preserves the delicate ecosystem of the Rupununi savannahs.

    Otters
  • Wildlife viewing

    Take a wildlife-viewing excursion to a local ranch in the Rupununi Savannah, a vast area of grassland, termite mounds and forested hills. Look out for the elusive jaguar, harpy eagle and many bird varieties.

    Wildlife viewing
  • Visit Iwokrama

    Iwokrama is the international centre for rainforest conservation and development. Encompassing 3,700 square kilometres of pristine tropical rainforest, visitors can view the rainforest canopy from observation decks and suspension bridges at nearby Iwokrama Canopy walkway.

    Visit Iwokrama

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Visit Shanklands Rainforest Resort, Guyana

Shanklands Rainforest Resort is an uncrowned tropical retreat carved from the tropical rainforest on a majestic cliff overlooking the silver water of the Essequibo river.

View from Shanklands Rainforest Resort, Guyana

Shanklands Rainforest Resort

Guyana

Shanklands Rainforest Resort is an uncrowned tropical retreat carved from the tropical rainforest on a majestic cliff overlooking the silver water of the Essequibo river.

The retreat is set amongst 25 acres of rolling manicured lawns, untouched by the outside world.

The white colonial-style gingerbread cottages offer total relaxation with their own sweeping verandas, low hung hammocks and comfortable Berbice chairs.

There is the opportunity to undertake a variety of leisure activities including croquet, volleyball, life size chess and a variety of water sports.

This family owned resort has countless nature trails providing nature lovers with a perfect environment in which to spend their time.

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