Guyana Travel Articles

Aerial view of the falls
Travellers by the plane
Lily pads in Guyana
Thomas Wilusz
Our Friend at Karanambu
Don't get too close to the waterfall.
Guyana History: A Look Back
Arawaks and Caribs were the first known tribes to inhabit Guyana. Columbus sighted Guyana in 1498, but did not drop anchor. Instead, the first European settlers were the Dutch.
Introducing Guyana
Guyana is one of South America\'s hidden gems. Learn a little more about this tiny country, from its fantastic rainforest to its vast savannah.
Rupununi Savanna in Guyana
The Rupununi Savanna surrounds the Kunuku Mountains, where wildlife abounds. Giant anteaters, huge snakes, harpy eagles, and jaguars all find refuge in this vast grassy landscape.
Solving the Mysteries of Tipping
Questions regarding tipping adequate are some of the most common concerns travelers have when visiting a foreign country. And unfortunately, there is not a straight-forward, yes or no, answer to the tipping question. But we can offer some suggestions.
Weather in Guyana
The country has four distinctive geographical zones: the coastal belt, the forested area, the savannah zone and the sandy zone. Varying geography means varying climate.
Wildlife-rich Iwokrama Forest
Iwokrama Forest is considered to be one of the few remaining pristine tropical forests in the world. These robust lowland tropical forests have been relatively undisturbed.