48 Hours in Georgetown

Published on August 2, 2019

Georgetown, the capital of Guyana, is the springboard to discover the country’s many wonders. Whether you’re heading south towards the Rupununi and the rainforest or to close by attractions on the coast, Guyana will not disappoint.  You can use Georgetown as your…

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Read All About It: Guyana welcomes record visitor numbers

Published on July 16, 2019

Breaking Travel News (UK) offers a story on how Guyana continues to grow as a destination of choice for travelers. By the end of December, the South American nation had recorded 286,732 visitor arrivals for 2018 — a 15.93% increase from the…

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Read All About It: Guyana is South America’s Best-Kept Secret

Published on July 14, 2019

The Thrillist online magazine offers a story by Andrew Evans about the “gorgeous jungle nation” that’s South America’s best-kept secret.    Quotable quote: “Forget about the well-trod tourist trail through Costa Rica, Peru, and Brazil — Guyana’s untouched interior offers the ultimate…

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Read All About It: The Intriguing, Emerging Destination of Guyana

Published on July 10, 2019

Travel Agent Magazine ran a special report on Guyana in its recent June-July issue, with a cover story that takes a firsthand look at the intriguing, emerging South American destination. Quotable quote: “We found a country with a unique, natural environment that…

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A Jungle Survival Experience that can transform you

Published on June 25, 2019

As one of the greenest swathes on earth, Guyana is blessed with bio-diversity that is hard to match. It is covered in miles of impenetrable rainforests that are home to rare creatures on land and water and in the high canopies above….

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Ten Tips For Planning Your Guyana Trip

Published on June 7, 2019

Travelling without preparation might be exciting for the intrepid traveller, but it can increase the potential for losing time and missing out on exciting experiences. A country like Guyana, a delight for the active and adventurous traveller, needs careful planning for a…

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Read All About It: Guyana and the Antarctic are Both “Cool”

Published on February 20, 2019

National Geographic Traveller (British edition) lists both Guyana and the Antarctica on its recently published “Cool List” of the best places to travel in 2019. Quotable quote on Guyana: “More flight connections make reaching the country’s natural attractions even easier . ….

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Read All About It: Visiting Guyana is a Journey to a Lost World

Published on February 5, 2019

The Evening Standard newspaper in London recently ran a story on why visiting Guyana is still a journey to a “Lost World” like the one described by Arthur Conan Doyle in his famous book. Quotable quote: “We finally make our way to…

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Read All About It: 13 Absolutely Amazing Things To Do In Guyana

Published on January 6, 2019

My Adventures Across the World— the website of Italian travel blogger Claudia Tavani — recently ran a post about a baker’s dozen worth of amazing things that visitors can do in Guyana. Quotable quote: ” There are many reasons to travel to…

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Best Jungle Survival Experiences

Published on December 9, 2018

As one of the greenest swathes on earth, Guyana is blessed with bio-diversity that is hard to match. It is covered in miles of impenetrable rainforests that are home to rare creatures on land and water and in the high canopies above….

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Read All About It: Paddling the Uncharted Heart of Guyana

Published on November 28, 2018

Daily Mail (UK): newspaper in the UK published an adventure travel story about kayak camping an uncharted rainforest river in the heart of Guyana. Quotable quote: “We were tired, dirty and slightly sun frazzled by the end of the expedition but the…

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Read All About It: Lonely Planet’s Guide to Guyana

Published on November 15, 2018

Lonely Planet, the esteemed guide book publishers, offer there picks for the best things to see and do in Guyana in a handy online guide. Quotable quote: “Few places on the planet offer raw adventure as authentic as densely forested Guyana ….

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Amazonian Fruits Offer Extraordinary Health Benefits

Published on November 12, 2018

Did you know that you can find fruits and vegetables with incredible health benefits in the Peruvian Amazon? The area is an almost inexhaustible source of delicious fruits and vegetables with properties that have contributed to the survival of the indigenous communities…

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The First Lady of Conservation

Published on November 9, 2018

Karanambu Lodge features high on the list of essential experiences in the spectacular untamed beauty of the Rupununi. And that’s not entirely because of the delicious passion fruit rum punch, starry nights of caiman spotting on the Rupununi River or the clay-brick…

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Read All About It: Guyana’s model for adventure tourism

Published on October 15, 2018

The Guyana Chronicle newspaper in Georgetown offers an article on how the South American country is a model for venturing into adventure tourism. Quotable quote: “This nation is approximately 215,000 square kilometers of pure adventure, covered in four different natural regions and…

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Getaways from Georgetown

Published on October 7, 2018

If you only have a day or two to get a taste of Guyana, here are some quick getaways from Georgetown that are just perfect for escaping the bustle of the city. The capital is close to some of the most serene…

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Guyana’s Top Wildlife Encounters

Published on September 12, 2018

Traveling through Guyana’s impenetrable jungle can mean going blissfully off-the-grid – no phone connectivity and no Internet! But there’s definitely a new connection that begins where the cell connection ends. One with nature and the fantastic wildlife of the country. The dense…

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Read All About It: Lost World of Mt Roraima

Published on August 17, 2018

News.com in Australia offers a photo-filled story on the iconic, flat-topped mountain that hovers above the border shared by Guyana, Venezuela and Brazil. Quotable quote: “Mt Roraima is believed to have inspired the setting for Arthur Conan Doyle’s 1912 classic The Lost…

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Read All About It: Guyana River Expedition

Published on August 6, 2018

PetaPixel, the cool camera and photography website, ran a story about shooting a “world first expedition” on Guyana’s wild and scenic Essequibo River. Quotable quote: “The images I saw of where we were heading looked like something out of Jurassic Park and,…

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Top 5 Things to See and Do in Guyana

Published on August 4, 2018

Referred to as the “Land of Many Rivers,” Guyana boasts more than 600 miles of navigable waterways to explore, along with rapids, waterfalls, Atlantic beaches, and vast tropical jungle and savannahs brimming with a spectacular array of birds and iconic wildlife. Kaieteur…

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