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Guyana’s National Park- A Joggers Paradise

Guyana's National Park- A Joggers Paradise

Guyana’s National Park- A Joggers Paradise The National Park in the capital city is a prime location for many events but nothing compares to its oldest pastime –jogging. It’s a spot which is frequented by just about anyone ;the old , the young , locals , foreigners

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Linden Blue Lakes

Linden Blue Lakes

The trip to Linden, Region Ten’s administrative hub, is characterized by several upward and downward rolls along the smooth Linden/Soesdyke Highway. The destination –the Linden Blue Lakes. Driving along the highway, there are countless scenes, lush vegetation and curves in the roadway but the turn off the

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Exploring Mashabo

Exploring Mashabo

Exploring Mashabo Bored this holiday? Wish to explore Guyana but unsure of where to go? Why not visit Mashabo. Mashabo is a small Amerindian village on the boundaries of the Ituribisi Conservancy, known fondly as the “hot and cold lake “or simply , the Ituribisi Lake. It

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St. Georges Cathedral

St. Georges Cathedral

 St. Georges Cathedral Pointed arches, flying buttresses, vaulted ceilings…the interior of the St. George’s Cathedral is as commanding to the senses as is its exterior, sited at the crossroads of major Georgetown streets, the foundation stone for the present St. George’s Cathedral, built mainly of Greenheart, was

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One dozen places to visit in Georgetown

One dozen places to visit in Georgetown

I was born and grew up in Guyana’s Historical Capital City Georgetown. It was once called the Garden City and for good reason. It’s Whimsical Colonial and Victorian architecture, Stretch of seawalls and many Bandstands and Gardens  pay homage to our Dutch and English Heritage. Visitors on

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Orinduik Falls

Orinduik Falls

One of Guyana’s most beautiful Waterfalls. The amazing 25 m tall and 230 m wide  Orinduik waterfall is located on the Ireng River.  It’s a multistep waterfall which cascades over semiprecious red Jasper rock. Although not as famous as Guyana’s jewel, Kaieteur Waterfall, the orinduik falls remains

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