Guyana is Caribbean by its location and geo-politics – but this country (not an island) resembles South America – with its enormous rivers, rain and timber-forests, amazing wildlife and natural attractions (such as Kaieteur Falls) and protected areas (e.g. Iwrokrama). Guyana is full of wood and water and is as rough and rugged as it gets. Guyana is an ecotourist’s paradise.
Guyana is blessed with extraordinary topography dominated by verdant rainforests and majestic mountain ranges. With rich biodiversity compressed into a relatively small space, Guyana’s mountainous landscapes are perfect havens for an array of wildlife. Guyana is indeed, a paradise for nature lovers and adventurous travellers.
Guyana’s pristine and often remote landscape is home to the indigenous Iwokrama Peoples living at the base of the mountains and in hilltop villages.