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Bartica – Region 7

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The beautiful town of Bartica is located in Region 7 of Guyana, South America. The town’s economy is powered to a large extend by gold mining activities in the interior where many of the residents go to set up businesses and find employment.

Bartica, located in the county of Essequibo, Guyana, South America, is considered to be one the gateways to Guyana’s interior. Located at the confluence of the Cuyuni and Mazuruni Rivers with the Essequibo River, the town of Bartica provides many opportunities for boating and sightseeing.

Photo: Patrick Carpen. Date: June 2019.

The Makouria – Parika to Bartica

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The big steamer, the Makouria, leaves the wharves of Bartica as its propellers beat the murky waters of the Essequibo River en route to Parika Stelling. The big steamer, along with speedboats, transport passengers from Bartica to Parika and back on a daily basis.

Photo taken around June 2019 by Patrick Carpen at the Bartica Stelling, Guyana, South America.

Rock Ville Hotel – Bartica

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Rock Ville Hotel is a great place to spend the night when traveling to Bartica in Region 7, Guyana, South America. Rooms start as low as $6000 and includes WIFI and AC.

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

The Bartica Stelling – Region 7

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The Bartica Stelling is a boarding and disembarkation point for passengers coming to Bartica from Parika and other parts of Guyana. Both speedboats and the big steamer transport passengers to and from the Bartica Stelling.

Bartica is a Guyanese town located on the left bank of Essequibo River at the confluence of the Cuyuni and Mazaruni Rivers with the Essequibo River. It is known for its beautiful beaches, speedboat adventures and surrounding Island Resorts.

The Town of Bartica – Beautiful View

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The beautiful town of Bartica is located on the left bank of the Essequibo River at the confluence of the Cuyuni and Mazaruni Rivers with the Essequibo River in Guyana, South America.

Bartica is located in the Cuyuni-Mazaruni Region (Region 7) of Guyana. It is called the gateway to interior. When you go to Bartica, be sure to take a speedboat ride up the Essequibo, Mazaruni and Cuyuni Rivers if you are the adventurous type.

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

Bartica Market – Fish Section

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Bartica is a town located on the left bank of the Essequibo River in the Cuyuni – Mazaruni Region (Region 7) of Guyana, South America.

The dominant economic activities for residents of Bartica are gold and diamond mining.

Bartica is known for its beautiful beaches, speedboat adventures, surrounding waterfalls and beautiful island resorts.

This photo was taken by Patrick Carpen in June 2019.

Bartica Market – Region 7

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Bartica is a Guyanese town located on the left bank of the Essequibo River in the Cuyuni-Mazaruni Region of Guyana, South America.

Bartica is called the gateway to Guyana‘s interior and many residents of Bartica work in the gold and diamond mining industries in the interior locations.

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

Bartica – Region 7 – Beautiful View

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The Guyanese town of Bartica is located on the left bank of the Essequibo Rirver in Cuyuni-Mazaruni (Region 7), Guyana, South America. The town is located at the confluence of the Cuyuni and Mazaruni Rivers with the Essequibo River.

If you take a speedboat and drive out into the rivers, you will see the visible difference in colors of water where the Cuyuni/Mazaruni/Essequibo rivers run side by side for several miles.

Dubbed the “gateway to the interior” the town is a launching point for people who mine gold and diamonds in interior locations.

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