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Tourism Guyana!

Guyana is one of the world’s best tourists destination. And now you’ll learn why. Learn about hotels, resorts, ranches, city tours, jungle tours, river tours, eco tours, country tours and more…all across Guyana. Tourism Guyana: Go there!

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People, History and Culture of Guyana

Guyana has evolved over hundreds of years to what it is today. So we have lots of stories to tell. In addition, Guyana is a melting pot of cultures, traditions, races and religions. The first people to have come to Guyana are the Amerindians. They were here even before Christopher Columbus! Then came the Europeans in their quest for the city of Eldorado. The Europeans set up sugar plantations across Guyana and brought slaved from Africa to work on the plantations. After the abolition of slavery, indentured laborers were brought from India. You’ll have fun learning about the people, history and culture of Guyana.

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Places Across Guyana, South America

Learn more about places across Guyana, including villages, towns, regions, counties, bridges, roads, rivers and much more. Take a tour of places across Guyana.

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Flora and Fauna of Guyana, South America

Guyana sports a rich diversity of flora and fauna. Under this heading, I explore the different plant and animal life found in Guyana.

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  • Animals of Guyana, South AmericaAnimals of Guyana, South America
    First Published: 1st of December, 2021 by Patrick Carpen. Under this heading I will cover all animals found in Guyana, South America. These include fishes, birds, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians. Continue Reading → Read more »
  • Fishes of Guyana, South AmericaFishes of Guyana, South America
    First Published: 1st of December, 2021 by Patrick Carpen. Under this heading, I will cover the different species of fish found in the country of Guyana, South America. Here are Continue Reading → Read more »
  • The Hydrolycus Armatus or PayaraThe Hydrolycus Armatus or Payara
    First Published: 1st of December, 2021 by Patrick Carpen. The hydrolycus armatus, or payara, is a predatory fish that preys on smaller fishes. It uses its sharp fangs to impale Continue Reading → Read more »
  • Electrophorus Electricus or Electric EelElectrophorus Electricus or Electric Eel
    First Published: 30th of November, 2021 by Patrick Carpen. The electric eel is living proof of a fact we all know: that God invented electricity long before humans discovered it. Continue Reading → Read more »
  • The Peacock Bass, Locally Called LukananiThe Peacock Bass, Locally Called Lukanani
    First Published: 18th of November, 2021 by Patrick Carpen. The peacock bass fish is colloquially called Luckanani by the people of Guyana, South America. It belongs to the genus cichia. Continue Reading → Read more »
  • Hoplias Aimara, Known in Guyana as the Haimara or Wolf FishHoplias Aimara, Known in Guyana as the Haimara or Wolf Fish
    First Published: 6th of November, 2021 by Patrick Carpen. The species of freshwater fish, Hoplias Aimara, is known in Guyana as the haimara or wolf fish. In other parts of Continue Reading → Read more »
  • Victoria Amazonica – Guyana’s National FlowerVictoria Amazonica – Guyana’s National Flower
    First Published: 25th of August, 2021 by Patrick Carpen. Kingdom: Plantae Order: Nymphaeles Family: Nymphaeaceae Genus: Victoria Species: V. Amazonica The flower of Victoria Amazonica, previously called the Victoria Regia, Continue Reading → Read more »
  • The Green Anaconda – the World’s Largest SnakeThe Green Anaconda – the World’s Largest Snake
    First Published: 11th of August, 2021 by Patrick Carpen The green anaconda is a species of reptiles found throughout South America including Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana, and Brazil. The species Continue Reading → Read more »
  • The Giant River Otter or WaterdogThe Giant River Otter or Waterdog
    First Published: 2nd of August, 2021 Scientific Name: Pteronura brasiliensis Did you know that in Guyana, the locals often refer to the Giant River Otter as “waterdog”? The giant river Continue Reading → Read more »
  • Leptophis Ahaetulla – Parrot Snake or LoraLeptophis Ahaetulla – Parrot Snake or Lora
    First Published: 25th of July, 2021 Leptophis ahaetulla, called Parrot Snake or Lora, is a venomous and dangerous serpent found in various parts of Guyana, especially the Rupununi Savannahs. The Continue Reading → Read more »

Guyanese Cooking and Recipes

The six races of Guyana have blended an amazing pot. Guyana has been called a melting pot of civilizations, but it is also a melting pot of culinary heritages. The six ethnic groups of Guyana have all brought their traditional food and cooking recipes to these shores. But what’s more is that they have shared, adapted, innovated and transformed the culinary traditions of six peoples into something greater. Learn more about the unique evolution of Guyanese cooking.

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  • Indigenous Style Pepperpot made with Fish, also called Tuma PotIndigenous Style Pepperpot made with Fish, also called Tuma Pot
    First Published: 6th of November, 2021 by Patrick Carpen. While people in the capital city (Georgetown, Guyana) and along the coasts refer to pepperpot as meat cooked in casareep, the Continue Reading → Read more »
  • A Rich, Beef Cookup Recife by Guyanese Chef, David Moore
    Cut and wash a 1/4 pound of chicken. Season the chicken with mixed season (semi liquid), salt, mustard, etc and mix well. Pour one tablespoon oil into a large pot. Continue Reading → Read more »
  • An Easy Dhal Recipe for BeginnersAn Easy Dhal Recipe for Beginners
    First Published: 2nd of May, 2021 Ingredients 1/2 cup dhal Two and a half glasses of water 2 tomatoes 1 chilly pepper Salt (to your taste) 1 Tea Spoon Tumeric Continue Reading → Read more »
  • Dhal – An East Indian TraditionDhal – An East Indian Tradition
    First Published: 2nd of May, 2021 Dhal, also spelt “daal,” “dal,” “dhaal,” and “dhaal,” is a food of East Indian origin prepared and served in a semi liquid form. The Continue Reading → Read more »
  • Pepperpot – A Guyanese Tradition
    Before delving into this article, we should note here that there are two entirely different foods called pepperpot by people of different cultures or in different geographical locations. The indigenous Continue Reading → Read more »
  • Majesta Curry Cookup – An Innovative Recipe by Indigenous GuyanaMajesta Curry Cookup – An Innovative Recipe by Indigenous Guyana
    First Published: 19th of November, 2020 I was amazed to see this video which combines culinary heritage from our African and East Indian peoples and produced by an indigenous group. Continue Reading → Read more »
  • Curried Chicken – An East Indian Tradition
    Curried Chicken or Chicken Curry is a traditional dish of the East Indians of Guyana – add to Guyana’s rich blend of culinary heritage. To make chicken curry, you will Continue Reading → Read more »
  • Fry Chicken and Squash
    Ingredients 1/2 cup oil: soya bean or coconut oil 1 pound chicken Half Tablespoon salt (or to taste) Seasoning: 4 leaves of Shallot, 2 branch of Celery, 1 Onion and Continue Reading → Read more »
  • Pepper SaucePepper Sauce
    First Published: 5th of December, 2020 Simple Pepper Sauce Recipe by Guyanese Chef Michael Moore Ingredients 1 pint hot peppers 3 tablespoon salt 3 bulb garlic 3 onion Quarter pint Continue Reading → Read more »
  • Cookup – A Gift from our African People
    Cooking is a Guyanese culinary tradition inherited from our African brothers and sisters. It is one of the Guyanese foods richest in nutrients since a number of ingredients are cooked Continue Reading → Read more »

Guyana, South America Business Directory

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