Backpacking in Guyana: Top 16 Things to See and Do in Georgetown

Guyana is not the most obvious country on a backpacking tour of South America, and admittedly it is a slightly harder one to access than Brazil, Argentina etc. However these are the places I enjoy the most – less touristy, more raw and normally very inspiring. Georgetown is the capital of Guyana and is a Read more about Backpacking in Guyana: Top 16 Things to See and Do in Georgetown[…]

Where to Stay In Georgetown, Guyana: Rima Guesthouse

We were backpacking in Guyana recently and loved it. It’s quite an experience in fact and was completely different to what I expected. You might be wondering where to stay in Georgetown though as it isn’t exactly a “backpacker hub”. We based ourselves in the centrally located Rima Guesthouse and loved it. As well as Read more about Where to Stay In Georgetown, Guyana: Rima Guesthouse[…]

Friday’s Featured Food: Lunch in Paradise on Sloth Island, Guyana

My experience so far backpacking in Guyana has been simply incredible. As well as touring Georgetown and the epic Kaieteur Falls, we made it out to the tranquil Sloth Island. It was on Sloth Island that we enjoyed a feast of a meal in paradise and it calls for a Friday’s Featured Food! Arrival on Read more about Friday’s Featured Food: Lunch in Paradise on Sloth Island, Guyana[…]

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Visiting Kaieteur Falls Guyana: The Highest Waterfall in the World

Guyana may not be high on your hit list (be honest with yourself – you prefer the appeal of Brazil or even Peru, as I once did). But please forget all that and head to the three Guyanas. Honestly honestly honestly – you will love it!! This hat-trick of countries in South America I guarantee Read more about Visiting Kaieteur Falls Guyana: The Highest Waterfall in the World[…]

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