Guyana | Destination overview
Formerly British Guiana, Guyana is now an independent member of the Commonwealth of Nations. It is located on the northeast shores of South America. English is spoken by most of the inhabitants. Guyana is one of the most magical eco-tourism destinations on God's green earth. Its Amerindian name means Land of Many Waters and the country is indeed laced with countless creeks and rivers. As if all this tropical beauty is not enough, there are diamonds and gold deposited in the hillsides and river bottoms.
Hotel Tower - Hotel Tower combines natural design elements with modern
technology in an exciting location. Nestled in vibrant central
Georgetown, our elegant hotel provides the comfort and convenience you
deserve. An extraordinary on look to some of Guyana?s national
treasures; such as the Central Bank, City Hall, The Cenotaph, the
Iwokrama Forest - The IIC is an international not-for-profit organisation,
governed by an International Board of Trustees and managed by a
professional team of around seventy permanent staff in Georgetown and
at the Iwokrama River Lodge and Research Centre at
Kurupukari. The IIC?s Patron is HRH The Prince of Wales.
Atta Rainforest Lodge - The Iwokrama Canopy Walkway is a series of supension
bridges and decks of up to 30 metres in height and 154 metres in
length, located in the Iwokrama Forest. It gives visitors a new
view of the mid and upper canopy of the forest and allows
wildlife to be relatively free from human intrusion.
All about Guyana
You will step inside stunning jungle and mountain country just beyond the borders of Guyana's picturesque capital: Georgetown. The capital is dotted with charming 19th century homes and mansions made accessible via tree-lined boulevards along the path of ... continue