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Sunset on the Rewa River

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A beautiful sunset on the Rewa River. The village of Rewa is located in the North Rupununi Savannahs of Guyana, South America and is home to about 300 Amerindians of the Makushi Tribe.

Located at the confluence of the Rewa and Rupununi Rivers, Rewa is home to the famous Rewa Eco Lodge. It offers awesome fishing opportunities in the rivers and sightseeing from the mountaintops.

Rewa Village – North Rupununi – Canoe Paddling

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An Amerindian paddles a dugout canoe in the Rewa River in Rewa Village in the North Rupununi Savannahs of Guyana, South America.

Rewa, located at the confluence of the Rewa and Rupununi Rivers, is home to about 300 Amerindians of the Makushi Tribe. It is known for the famous “Rewa Eco Lodge,” luscious fishing grounds and beautiful scenery.

Rewa Village – North Rupununi – Guyana – South America

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The village of Rewa in the North Rupununi Savannahs of Guyana, South America is located at the confluence of the Rewa and Rupununi Rivers.

Rewa is home to the beautiful nature resort, “Rewa Eco Lodge.” It offers good fishing grounds and beautiful sightseeing opportunities from the top of the mountains.

Rewa village is home to about 300 Amerindians of the Makushi Tribe.

Golden Grove Village – East Bank Demerara – The Ashoka Tree

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The village of Golden Grove is located along the East Bank of Demerara right after Great Diamond – about 30 minutes’ drive from the capital city of Georgetown in Guyana, South America.

In this picture is the Ashoka rainforest tree of scientific name “saraca asoka” photographed along the Golden Grove Public Road. In Hinduism, the Ashoka Tree is a considered a sacred tree.

The photo above was taken by Patrick Carpen around June 2019.

Scenes from the Essequibo River

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The Essequibo River is Guyana‘s largest river. It flows for a distance of 1014 kilometers from the Acarai Mountains near the Guyana/Brazil border and empties into the Atlantic Ocean to Guyana‘s north.

The Essequibo River provides many beautiful scenes along the way.

The photo above was taken by Patrick Carpen around May 2019.

Main Street, North Cummingsburg, Georgetown

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Enjoy this beautiful photo of Main Street, North Cummingsburg, Georgetown, Guyana, South America. Georgetown, the capital and only city of Guyana, is located in Region 4 of Guyana’s 10 Administrative Regions.

The photo above was taken by Patrick Carpen around June 2019.

The Coconut Vendor – Light Street, Georgetown

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A coconut vendor pushes his car through Light Street, Georgetown, Guyana, South America as he plies his life-giving trade. Did you know that drinking coconut water comes with a wide variety of health benefits?

Learn More: The Health Benefits of Coconut Water.

The photo above was taken by Patrick Carpen around June 2019.

Main and New Market Streets, Cummingsburg

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Enjoy this beautiful photo of Main and New Market Streets in Cummingsburg, Georgetown, Guyana, South America. Georgetown, the capital city of Guyana, is located in Region 4 of Guyana’s 10 Administrative Regions.

The photo above was taken by Patrick Carpen around June, 2019.

The Cheddi Jagan Dental Centre

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The Cheddi Jagan Dental Centre is located right opposite the Burnham Court and right behind the Oasis Cafe along Carmichael Street in the capital city of Georgetown, Guyana, South America.

The Institution is a gift to the Guyanese people from the late Dr. Cheddi Jagan, former president of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana. The Cheddi Jagan Dental offers free dental training to aspiring dentists as well as cheap dental services to the Guyanese population at large.

The Cheddi Jagan Dental Centre is a legacy of the late Dr. Cheddi B. Jagan who was a qualified Dentist by profession.

The Centre offers high quality dental services for fees as low as $200 Guyana dollars. The cost of an appointment is as low as $100 Guyana which is the equivalent of 50 US cents.

During my stay in Georgetown, Guyana in 2019, I heard many positive reports of the dental services offered at the Cheddi Jagan Dental Centre.

It should be noted that there are several other private dental clinics in Georgetown under the “Jagan” brand. These are owned and operated by the late Dr. Jagan’s sons and grandsons, and offer an even higher quality of service but at a slightly higher cost.

Dentistry is a legacy of the Jagan family in Guyana, South America.

The photo above was taken around June 2019 by Patrick Carpen.

Lethem – Amazonas Hotel View

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Lethem is Guyana’s southernmost town. It was declared a township in the year 2016 by President David Granger. The town borders the Brazilian municipality of Bonfim, Roraima, Brazil.

Lethem is considered a gateway to Guyana’s southern neighbor, Brazil, as well as a hub for Rupununi tourism.

This photo was taken around November 2019 by Patrick Carpen from the third floor of the Amazonas Hotel.

Learn More: The Amazonas Hotel in Lethem.

Amazonas Hotel Lethem – Bistro

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The Amazonas Hotel in Lethem is a great place to spend the night when traveling to Region 9, Guyana, South America. The hotel features a relaxing restaurant and bar on the third floor – which offers a panaromic view of the town of Lethem.

Learn more: The Amazonas Hotel in Lethem.

The photo above was taken by Patrick Carpen around June 2018.

Masakanari – Gunns Village – Deep South Rupununi Savannahs

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In the heart of the Amazon Rainforest, in the Deep South Rupununi Savannahs of Guyana, South America, at the headwaters of the mighty Essequibo River, is tucked away this beautiful piece of paradise – Masakanari Village, also known as Gunns Village.

Home to the Wai Wai tribe of Amerindians, the main economic activities in Wai Wai country are hunting, farming and fishing.

Masakanari – Gunns Village – Deep South Rupununi

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It’s a beautiful morning today as the sun dawns over the peaceful remote village of Masakanari, also known as Gunns Village in the Deep South Rupununi Savannahs of Guyana, South America.

Masakanari is located at the headwaters of the Esseequibo River and it is home to Wai Wai tribe of Amerindians.

Golden Grove – East Bank Demerara

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The beautiful village of Golden Grove is located along the East Bank of Demerara, Region 4, Guyana, South America. The main road sports a variety of businesses including clothing stores and supermarkets. Due to high volumes of traffic converging from the double – lane road in Diamond, the traffic is usually very congested in Golden Grove.

Note: There is also a Golden Grove along the East Coast of Demerara and several other places in Guyana.

Photo taken by Patrick Carpen around June 2019.

City Mall, Georgetown

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City Mall, one of Guyana’s biggest shopping complexes, is located 38 Regent Street, Georgetown, Guyana, South America. The Mall houses a variety of local businesses including travel agents and fashion stores. It is open from 8 AM to 6 PM Monday to Saturday.

This photo was taken by Patrick Carpen around June 2019.

The Kitty Seawall – Georgetown

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Let’s go for a walk along the Kitty Seawall! The Kitty Seawall in Georgetown, Guyana, South America is a great place to take a stroll! The location is graced with an abundance of refreshing sea breeze and replete with beautiful scenery. Go for a walk on the Kitty Seawall!

Word of caution: We have received reports that there are frequent robberies along the Kitty Seawall so please exercise caution when walking along the Kitty Seawall – especially when it’s crowded or in the night. We also call on the relevant authorities to do more to make this beautiful locality safer for citizens.

Photo taken around March 2019.

Light and Robb Streets, Georgetown

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Here’s a beauty photo of Light and Robb Streets, Georgetown, Guyana, South America. Some important businesses along this junction include: Nigel Supermarket, Rocky’s Hotel and Mark’s Interior Communication. But more importantly, grab a cool water coconut from the coconut vendor shown here! It’s good for your health!

This photo was taken around June 2019 by Patrick Carpen.

The Botanical Gardens – Scenes – Georgetown

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The Boticanical Gardens, located at Regent and Vlissengen Roads, Bourda, Georgetown, Guyana, South America, is a beautiful recreational facility suitable for an afternoon stroll, a picnic or a day out with the entire family. It is also a major tourist attraction. When in Georgetown, be sure to visit the Botanical Gardens.

This photo was taken by Patrick Carpen around May 2019.

The Botanical Gardens – Georgetown

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The Botantical Gardens is one of Guyana’s treasures. The Botanical Gardens is a beautiful recreational Park located at Regent and Vlissengen Roads, Bourda, Georgetown, Guyana, South America.

The location provides a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere and is suitable for an afternoon walk or a day out with the entire family.

The photo above was taken by Patrick Carpen around May 2019.

Rewa Village – North Rupununi Savannahs

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We went camping in Rewa and we took this beautiful picture of a breathtaking scenery. We hope you enjoy it.

Rewa Village, located at the confluence of the Rupununi and Rewa Rivers in Region 9, Guyana South America, is home to about 300 Amerindians mostly of the Makushi Tribe.

Rewa is a beautiful village filled with beautiful scenes and lots of fishes.

Orinduik Falls – River Photo

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West of Paramakatoi in Region 8, Guyana, South America, is the magical Orinduik Falls, one of Guyana‘s most beautiful waterfalls and a major tourist attraction. This photo shows some children crossing the river near to the falls with a canoe.

Photo by Doug Spencer. All rights reserved.

Golden Grove – East Bank Demerara

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Golden Grove is located along the East Bank of Demerara, right after Diamond when traveling from Georgetown. The village is located about 30 minutes drive from the capital city of Georgetown, Guyana, South America. As you can see in the photo above, the traffic along Golden Grove Public road, at the time of this writing (Nov 2019) is very congested. That is because traffic from the double-lane road in Diamond converge into this single-lane road in Golden Grove. Crossing the road in Golden Grove can be one hell of a challenge because of ongoing traffic. However, there are currently plans to create a bypass road connecting the East Coast to the East Bank in order to ease the flow of traffic along this section of the road.

Golden Grove also has a has a cluster of business places such as clothing stores, hardware stores and supermarkets along the Golden Grove Public Road. Golden Grove is known for the “Time Square Shopping Mall” which has landmark significance in giving directions around the area.

The photo above was taken by Patrick Carpen around April 2019.

Diamond Village – East Bank Demerara

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Diamond Village is located about 20 minutes from Georgetown when driving along the East Bank of Demerara, Guyana, South America. It consists of Little Diamond and Great Diamond. The village hosts a branch of Republic Bank, GBTI Bank and Demerara Bank side by side to each other. Diamond Village also consists of one of Guyana’s largest housing scheme – the Diamond Housing Scheme.

The photo above was taken by Patrick Carpen around May 2019.

Fresh Co Supermarket – Great Diamond – East Bank Demerara

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Fresh Co Supermarket located along Diamond Public Road, Great Diamond, East Bank Demerara, Guyana South America, is a popular shopping complex which serves customers from Diamond and beyond. The supermarket stocks a wide variety of products ranging from vegetables to cooking utensils. Fresh Co Supermarket is located right next to the Diamond Health Center and Opposite the GBTI Bank in Great Diamond. It is also located close to the overpass. The supermarket is so popular that it has landmark significance in giving directions around the area.

The photo above was taken by Patrick Carpen around March 2019.

Friendship Village – East Bank Demerara

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Friendship Village is located about halfway between Georgetown and Timheri on the East Bank of the Demerara River in Guyana, South America. Here is a section of the Friendship Public Road.

This photo was taken by Patrick Carpen around May 2019.

Santa Fe Ranch – Rupununi Savannahs

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Santa Fe Ranch is located in the Rupununi Savannahs of Guyana, South America. It provides the opportunity for horseback riding and many other fun activities. Go to Santa Fe Ranch. Enjoy the beauty of the Rupununi Savannahs.

Photo by Doug Spencer.

Crossing the Demerara River – Water Taxis

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Passengers use the water taxis – the small engine speedboats – to cross the Demerara River in Guyana, South America every day. They leave from the Vreehenhoop Stelling and disembark on the Stabroek Market Wharf located at the back of the Stabroek Market in Georgetown – and vice-versa. The speedboats charge $100 per passenger. Although the waters is sometimes rough, there has been very few reports of accidents and each passenger is required to wear a life jacket.

Passengers commuting from Georgetown to the West Coast often choose the speedboats as a faster route than going across the Demerara Harbor Bridge.

The photo above was taken by Patrick Carpen around April 2019.

Caiman House Eco Lodge – Yupukari Village – Central Rupununi

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Caiman House Eco Lodge is located in Yupukari Village, Central Rupununi, Guyana, South America. It started as a research station for American scientists around the year 2006. The Americans were conducting research on the endangered “black caiman” species which were only surviving in about 4 places on earth – the Rupununi River being one of those four places. The research station soon evolved into a tourist attraction and today, the Caiman House also serves as an Eco Lodge in the Rupununi Savannahs.

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The photo above was taken by Patrick Carpen around July 2019.

Caiman House Eco Lodge – Yupukari Village

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The Caiman House Eco Lodge is located in Yupukari Village, Central Rupununi Savannahs, Guyana, South America. The Caiman House Eco Lodge started off as a research station for US scientists conducting studies on the endangered “black caiman” species. The project eventually developed into a major tourist attraction and the Caiman House Eco Lodge also serves as a nature resort in the Rupununi Savannahs.

Learn more about the Caiman House Eco Lodge.

The photo above was taken by Patrick Carpen around July 2019.

Yupukari Village – A Beautiful Lake

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This beautiful lake is located Yupukari Village, Central Rupununi, Guyana, South America. Nevertheless, this is one beautiful lake that no one dares to swim in. Beneath the tranquil waters of this beautiful lake lurks the not-so-beautiful black caiman – a deadly predator hungry for its next prey. Will you take a swim?

This photo was taken by Patrick Carpen around July 2019.

Moco Moco Village – View from Black Rock

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Moco Moco Village is an indigenous community located approximately 24 kilometers (14 miles) southeast of Lethem at the foothills of the Kanuku Mountain range in the Rupununi Savannahs of Guyana, South America. Moco Moco provides excellent relaxation and tranquility for visitors.

The village is known for the beautiful and refreshing Moco Moco Falls, the dangerous 100 – steps hydrodam, the famous black rock, it’s lagoons and beautiful scenery.

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Moco Moco Village – Waterfall

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Moco Moco Village is an indigenous community located approximately 24 kilometers (14 miles) southeast of Lethem at the foothills of the Kanuku Mountain range in the Rupununi Savannahs of Guyana, South America. Moco Moco provides excellent relaxation and tranquility for visitors.

The village is known for the beautiful and refreshing Moco Moco Falls, the dangerous 100 – steps hydrodam, the famous black rock, it’s lagoons and beautiful scenery.

Learn about Moco Moco Tours.

Moco Moco Village – Hydrodam

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Moco Moco Village is an indigenous community located approximately 24 kilometers (14 miles) southeast of Lethem at the foothills of the Kanuku Mountain range in the Rupununi Savannahs of Guyana, South America. Moco Moco provides excellent relaxation and tranquility for visitors.

The village is known for the beautiful and refreshing Moco Moco Falls, the dangerous 100 – steps hydrodam, the famous black rock, it’s lagoons and beautiful scenery.

Learn about Moco Moco Tours

Bagotstown – East Bank Demerara

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This is the junction of the East Bank Demerara Public Road and the road which leads to the Demerara Harbor Bridge about 15 minutes drive from Georgetown in Region 4, Guyana, South America. In focus is the M&M snackette/restaurant which has grown from a small snackette a few years to a much bigger restaurant today.

This photo was taken around April 2019 by Patrick Carpen.

Lethem Aiport – Region 9

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The Lethem Airport in Rupununi Savannahs, Region 9, Guyana, South America offers flights to Georgetown as well as various interior locations in the Rupununi. Currently, there are no international flights to or from neighboring Brazil. The airport is serviced by two airlines: Trans Guyana and Air Services. In this photo, a Trans Guyana plane lands with passengers from Ogle at the Lethem Airport.

This photo was taken by Patrick Carpen around November, 2019.

The Amazonas Hotel in Lethem

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The Amazonas Hotel in Lethem, Region 9, Guyana, South America is one of the finer places to stay when travelling to the Rupununi Savannahs of Guyana. Rooms start at $35.00 US per night. Check out time is the usual 12 Noon with flexibility up to 2 PM. Features include free wifi for guests, a shopping mall and restaurant and bar on the third floor.

To learn more about the Amazonas Hotel in Lethem, go here: Tourism Guyana: The Amazonas Hotel in Lethem.

This photo was taken by Patrick Carpen around November 2019.

The Takutu River – Guyana/Brazil Border

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The Takutu River forms a border between Guyana and Brazil to the south of Guyana. The Takutu River Bridge crosses over the river border and connects the two countries. The Takutu Hotel in Lethem and the Takutu Hotel in Bonfim, Brazil are named after the Takutu River.

This photo was taken by Patrick Carpen around August 2016.

Lethem – Georgetown Trail – Scenes

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The Lethem – Georgetown Trail, also called the Lethem – Linden trail is a 3000 miles stretch of sand and gravel from the town of Lethem at the South to the Linden in Region 10, Guyana, South America. The trail is cut mostly through the Amazon Rainforest. At present, the trail poses many difficulties to motorists, however, there are plans to construct a paved road along the trail.

The trail is replete with beautiful scenery. Here’s one of a two cows and birds against a background of beautiful tree and sky.

The Kurupukari River Crossing – Scenes

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The Kurupukari River Crossing is where the mighty Essequibo River cuts across the Lethem – Linden Trail. Presently, there are ongoing plans to construct a bridge over the Essequibo at Kurupukari in order to facilitate smoother flow of traffic across the trail. At present, there is a ferry that crosses the river every hour from 6 AM to 6 PM. The ferry takes vehicles and passengers across the river.

The photo above was taken by Patrick Carpen around November, 2018 at Kurupukari Village, Guyana, South America.

The Kurupukari River Crossing

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The Kurupukari River Crossing is where the mighty Essequibo River cuts across the Lethem – Georgetown trail. A ferry takes vehicles across the river every hour of the day from 6: AM to 6 PM. There are presently plans to construct a bridge over the river at this point.

This photo was taken by Patrick Carpen around February, 2019 at Kurupukari, Guyana, South America.

Masakanari – Gunns Village – Beautiful Scene

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Masakanari, also popularly called “Gunns,” is an isolated Indigenous village located in the Deep South Rupununi in Region Nine, Guyana, South America. It is the home to the Wai Wai tribe of Amerindians. Masakanari has a trail link to neighbouring Suriname that takes several days traversing across the dense jungle.

This photo shows two beautiful birds on top of a tree against a background of cloudy skies, making a beautiful scenery.

Masakanari – Gunns Village – Baby Anaconda

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Masakanari, also popularly called “Gunns,” is an isolated Indigenous village located in the Deep South Rupununi in Region Nine, Guyana, South America. It is the home to the Wai Wai tribe of Amerindians. Masakanari has a trail link to neighbouring Suriname that takes several days traversing across the dense jungle.

This photo shows a baby anaconda sleeping in the jungle.

Masakanari – Gunns Village – Deep South Rupununi

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Masakanari, also popularly called “Gunns,” is an isolated Indigenous village located in the Deep South Rupununi in Region Nine, Guyana, South America. It is the home to the Wai Wai tribe of Amerindians. Masakanari has a trail link to neighbouring Suriname that takes several days traversing across the dense jungle.

This photo shows some sheep in the pasture.

Masakanari – Gunns Village – A Wooden Bridge

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Masakanari, also popularly called “Gunns,” is an isolated Indigenous village located in the Deep South Rupununi in Region Nine, Guyana, South America. It is the home to the Wai Wai tribe of Amerindians. Masakanari has a trail link to neighbouring Suriname that takes several days traversing across the dense jungle.

This photograph shows a wooden bridge constructed during the rainy season.

Masakanari – Gunns Village – Paddling Through the Essequibo

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Masakanari, also popularly called “Gunns,” is an isolated Indigenous village located in the Deep South Rupununi in Region Nine, Guyana, South America. It is the home to the Wai Wai tribe of Amerindians. Masakanari has a trail link to neighbouring Suriname that takes several days traversing across the dense jungle.

In this photo, two young men paddle through the Essequibo River.

Karasabai Village – South Pakaraimas

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Karasabai Village is an Amerindian village in Region 9, in the South Pakaraimas District of Guyana, South America. The village is inhabited by a population of about 1500 people most of whom are Amerindians of the Makushi Tribe. The main economic activity of Karasabai Village is cattle rearing and subsistence farming, however, there is also great potential for ecotourism and steps are being taken in this direction.

The photo above was taken by Patrick Carpen around January 2018.

New Amsterdam Town – Region 6 – Berbice

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The town of New Amsterdam, located in Berbice, Region 6, Guyana, South America, is one of Guyana’s earliest townships – dating back to the time when Guyana had only 6 towns.

New Amsterdam is well known for its many businesses places including stores and the famous New Amsterdam Market. It is also a hub for passenger cars and buses going to Georgetown and Skeldon.

The photo above was taken by Patrick Carpen around June 2019.

Eugene Correia International Airport – Ogle

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The Eugene Correia International Airport is located in Ogle on the East Coast of Demerara, Guyana, South America.

The airport was formerly named Ogle International Airport, however, one year after taking office, the David Granger Administration renamed the aiport to Eugene Correia International Airport in honor of a Guyanese businessman whom he said had contributed significantly to Guyana’s development.

The change of name was greatly controversial and several businesses had moved to prevent this from happening. Nevertheless, the President used the powers of his office to implement the change.

The airport is serviced by two airlines: Air Services and Trans Guyana. The photo above shows a Trans – Guyana aircraft being prepared for takeoff.

The photo above was taken by Patrick Carpen around July 2019.

Parika – East Bank Essequibo

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The town of Parika is located in Region 3 on the East Bank of the Essequibo River in Guyana, South America. With a population of approximately 4000, the town is known for the famous “Parika Stelling” as well as its busy market stalls which sell a wide variety of produce and products.

The photo above was taken by Patrick Carpen around June 2019.

St. Cuthbert’s Mission – Pakuri Village – Scenes

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St. Cuthbert’s Mission, also called Pakuri Village, is an Amerindian Reserve located about 50 miles off a detour of the Linden-Soesdyke Highway in Guyana, South America. The pristine environment is replete with beautiful scenery and offers a tranquil atmosphere of relaxation.

For tour guide services in visiting St. Cuthbert’s Mission, contact Miss Beverly on WhatsApp: (592) 690 0985 or call direct: (592) 652 3539.

St. Cuthbert’s Mission – Scenes

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St. Cuthbert’s Mission, also called Pakuri Village, is an Amerindian Reserve located about 50 miles off a detour of the Linden-Soesdyke Highway in Guyana, South America. The pristine environment is replete with beautiful scenery and offers a tranquil atmosphere of relaxation.

For tour guide services in visiting St. Cuthbert’s Mission, contact Miss Beverly on WhatsApp: (592) 690 0985 or call direct: (592) 652 3539.

Moco Moco Village – Central Rupununi

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Moco Moco Village is located in Central Rupununi Savannahs, Region 9, Guyana, South America. It is home to the beautiful Moco Moco Falls, the famous “black rock” and the 100 steps hydrodam.

The Rupununi Savanahs – Scenes

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The Rupununi Savannahs of Guyana, South America is an ecotourist’s paradise. Located between the Rupununi River and the borders with Venezuela and Brazil, the vast territory encompasses 5000 square miles. About 80 percent of mammals and 60 percent of bird life of the Guyana’s tropical rainforests and savannahs are found in the Rupununi. The photo above was taken in Surama Village around June 2014.

The Rupununi Savannahs – Scenes

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The Rupununi Savannahs of Guyana, South America is 5000 square miles territory replete with beautiful scenery, majestic mountains and refreshing waterfalls. The territory expends from the Rupununi River to the border with Brazil and Venezuela. When we visit the Rupununi Savannahs, be sure to inquire about Rupununi River Tours, Moco Moco Falls, Kumu Falls and Surama Village.

The Rupununi Savannahs – Scenes

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The Rupununi Savannahs, a splendid, 5000 square miles territory of natural grasslands, swamplands and rainforest covered mountains, is located between the Rupununi River and the border with Venezuela and Brazil. The territory provides many great ecotourist destinations as well as beautiful scenery. The Rupununi Savannahs is located in Region 9 of Guyana, South America.

The Rupununi Savannahs – Scenes

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The Rupununi Savannahs covers about 5000 square miles in the Upper Takutu – Upper Essequibo Region of Guyana, South America. The Kanuku Mountains separate the North Rupununi Savannahs from the South Rupununi Savannahs.

This photo was taken by Patrick Carpen around August 2019.

The Rupununi Savannahs – Scenes

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The beautiful, splendid and majestic Rupununi Savannahs is home to the world’s best ecotourism destination. With over 5000 square miles of grasslands, swamplands and rainforest-covered mountains, the territory is replete with breathtaking scenery, crisscrossed by beautiful rivers and decorated with refreshing waterfalls. The Rupununi Savannahs is located in the the Upper Takutu – Upper Essequibo Region (Region 9) of Guyana, South America.

This photo was taken around August 2019 by Patrick Carpen.

The Rupununi Savannahs – Scenes

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The Rupununi Savannahs is a 5000 square miles territory of natural grasslands, swamplands and rainforest-covered mountains in the Upper Takutu – Upper Essequibo region (Region 9) of Guyana, South America. The territory is a splendid ecotourism destination with an abundance of wildlife, scenery and cattle ranches.

The photo above was taken by Patrick Carpen around August 2019.

The Rupununi Savannahs – Scenes Along the Trail

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The Rupununi Savannahs is located in the Upper Takutu – Upper Essequibo region of Guyana, South America. The vast territory of pristine rainforests, swamplands and mountains is about 5000 square miles in area. The majestic Kanuku Mountains divide the North Rupununi from the South Rupununi. The scene above is of the Lethem – Linden trail about 20 miles from Lethem.

The photo above was taken by Patrick Carpen around August 2019.

Rupununi Savannahs – Scenes Along the Trail

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The Rupununi Savannahs of Guyana is made up about 5000 square miles of grasslands, swamplands and rainforested mountains. The Kanuku Mountains divide the North Rupununi Savannahs from the South Rupununi Savannahs.

This photo was taken around August 2019 by Patrick Carpen.

St. Cuthbert’s Mission – Pakuri Village

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St. Cuthbert’s Mission, also called Pakuri Village, is an Amerindian Reserve located about 50 miles off a detour of the Linden-Soesdyke Highway in Guyana, South America. The pristine environment is replete with beautiful scenery and offers a tranquil atmosphere of relaxation.

For tour guide services in visiting St. Cuthbert’s Mission, contact Miss Beverly on WhatsApp: (592) 690 0985 or call direct: (592) 652 3539.

The Kumu Falls – Central Rupununi

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The Kumu Falls is located in Kumu Village, Central Rupununi Savannahs, Guyana, South America. This refreshing falls has several drops that extends over a gradient of about 100 feet. In this photo, two Scottish tourists have fun at the Kumu Falls.

The photo above was taken around June 2016 by Patrick Carpen.

Smaller Waterfall Near to the Kaieteur Falls

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Correction: We initially posted this as a bird’s eye view of the Kaieteur Falls. However, after one of our fans wrote in to correct us, we contacted the photographer, Doug Spencer, who said that this is smaller waterfall next to the Kaieteur Falls, a bit downstream.

The magnificent Kaieteur Falls is rated as one of the world’s most powerful, magnificent and beautiful waterfalls. With a height of 226 meters, it is the largest single drop waterfall by volume of water flowing over it.

The Kaieteur Falls is located Region 8 of Guyana, South America. To reach the Kaieteur Falls, you need to book a flight at the Eugene Correia International Airport with either Trans Guyana or Air Services. You will land at the Kaieteur International Airport which is about 15 minutes’ walking distance from the top of the Kaieteur Falls.

This photo was taken around June 2018 by Doug Spencer while flying in one of his iron birds.

Santa Fe Ranch – Rupununi – Horse

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Santa Fe Ranch is located in the beautiful Rupununi Savannahs of Guyana, South America. It is filled with beautiful horses and other animals. Like many of the other ranches in the Rupununi, Santa Fe is a great place to do horseback riding. Explore the beauty of the Rupununi Savannahs. Visit Santa Fe Ranch today.

Photo taken by Doug Spencer around November 2018.

Santa Fe Ranch – Rupununi

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Santa Fe Ranch is located in the beautiful Rupununi Savannahs of Guyana, South America. It is a great place to do horseback riding and many other fun activities. Explore the beauty of the Rupununi Savannahs. Visit Santa Fe Ranch today.

Photo taken by Doug Spencer around November 2018.

Aruwai Island Resort – Mazaruni River

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The Aruwai Island Resort is located in the Mazaruni River in Region 7, Guyana, South America. The Resort sports a swimming pool, self-contained rooms, jet skis and a zoo – in addition to a tranquil, natural environment. Right opposite is the famous White Water Falls.

The photo above was taken by Patrick Carpen around June 2019.

Amazonas Hotel – Lethem – Town Week 2017

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The border town of Lethem is located to the south of Guyana in the Upper Takutu – Upper Essequibo Region (Region 9) of Guyana, South America. It borders the Brazilian municipality of Bonfim. Lethem was declared a town in the year 2016 by the David Granger Administration. In October 2017, Lethem celebrated its first year of township with the first ever Lethem Town Week. This photo was taken from the third floor of the
Amazonas Hotel in Lethem, Rupununi.

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Lethem – Beautiful Sunrise

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As another beautiful day dawned over Lethem, this photo was taken from the third floor of the Amazonas Hotel in Lethem, Region 9, Guyana, South America. The Amazonas Hotel is one of the finest places to stay when traveling to Lethem. Other popular hotels include: the Takutu Hotel, Ori Hotel, Savannah Inn Guest House, Kanuku Lodge and Eco Hotel.

This photo was taken on the 14th of November 2019 by Patrick Carpen.