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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.

Lethem – Linden Trail – Scenes

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Along the Lethem – Linden Trail, what beautiful scenes there are! The Lethem – Linden Trail, also referred to as the Lethem – Georgetown Trail, is a 300 miles (approximately) trail cut mostly through the Amazon Rainforest which connects the border town of Lethem to the town of Linden in Region 10, Guyana, South America.

The Lethem-Linden Trail is used by travelers who prefer to go by land rather than air from Georgetown to Lethem and vice versa.

The photo above was taken around August 2016 by world tourist Elhanan Oren of Israel.