Fascinating wildlife, remarkable nature and jaguars… can you even ask for more?
Situated in South America, the size of Guyana is approximately the same size as the United Kingdom. Most of its population (about 750.000 people) is concentrated along the coast, which makes the rainforest, the vast savannahs and the breathtaking nature and wilderness of Guyanna relatively unspoiled.
Not long after arriving in Guyana, you will be able to see the forests and rivers that are inhabited by plenty of incredible and unique animals, such as large crocodilian called the black caiman, river otter and anteater (the giant ones) and harpy eagle. If you are fortunate enough, you can meet the elusive jaguar.
When you are in Guyana, make sure you make a visit to the great Kaieteur Falls, the highest single-drop waterfall in the world. Do not forget to also trek and canoe through the impenetrable jungles and forests.
The best means of transportation in Guyana is boat. So if you have made the decision to travel to Guyana for your next adventure, be prepared to spend most of your time on boat to enjoy the wildlife.
By now, you should already know that Guyana is about adventure, wildlife and nature. Therefore, do not expect to stay in a hotel. Choice of accommodation is limited. You can choose to sleep in a jungle lodge, a used-to-be cattle ranch, a camp or a traditional hut. But no worries, you will always receive a warm welcome.
If you are adventurous and you love nature very much, then this one paradise makes perfect travel destination. Explore the pristine Guyana and be a witness of a true beauty!