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Not sure where to start, please see below the many possibilities for you to explore when here in Guyana. For each area we have included tour operators who provide tours to those locations. Visiting for Business but keen to see some of Guyana, we highly recommend
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In search of that unique memento for special friend or relative, Georgetown had a wide selection of craft and jewellery for your choosing. For some helpful suggestions where you find some items of interest, please click here.
Privately owned and controlled by Mr. Gray Serrao, the Guyana Heritage Museum hosts an assorted collection; spanning the pages of time, recalling our history in print, paint and products. Open in November 1999, is located at 17 Meten-Meer-Zorg West Coast Demerara. Call 592- 275 0331.
Essequibo River Tours
Visits For Zeelandia also known as Fort Island, Marshall's Falls, Parrot Island and the nature resorts whilst on the Esequibo River
See link on listing of Tour Operators www.exploreguyana.org/category/TourOperators
Kaieteur National Park
Visit the Kaieteur National Park website for details on Kaieteur and the Kaieteur National Park at www.kaieteurpark.gov.gy
Birdwatching in the Botanical Gardens:
Birding Tours within the city is provided by local guides attached to our tour operators.Please contact our local tour operators at
GuyExpo is held annually at the National Exhibition Centre in Sophia, GuyEXPO is Guyana's main exposition held to promote the goods and services produced locally to potential regional and international agents. In recent years the event has attracted participation of investors and businessmen and women from USA,Canada, South America and Caribbean. For further information please check their website on www.guyexpo.net
The National Cultural Centre and the Theatre Guild regularly host performances directed by members of the theatrical community. When in Guyana, check the local listings or enquire from the front desk of your hotel for the performances occurring that period.
Also check our Calendar of Events for further updates on upcoming events.
Also be sure to visit the Mangrove Heritage Trail managed by the Mangrove Restoration Project.