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Guyana is located at the northern tip of South America and is a little-known eco-tourism destination, now growing in popularity and welcoming tourism. Guyana recently featured in Conde Nast Traveller’s “20 Best Places to Go in 2020” and National Geographic Traveller’s “Cool List 2019” for the spectacular Kaiteur Falls, the largest single-drop waterfall in the world. Guyana was also named the “Best in Sustainable Tourism” by the LATA Foundation in the United Kingdom at the 9th annual LATA Achievement Awards.

Guyana being the only English-speaking country on the continent, is associated culturally with the Caribbean and much like the Caribbean, retains much of its colonial architecture and influence. The real beauty of this land, however, is it’s home to the most diverse landscapes in the world, including hundreds of waterfalls, lakes, sprawling savannah lands, mountains and the world’s last untouched rainforest! This is also one of the top birding and wildlife destinations in South America, and boasts many giant species of wildlife including giant river otters, giant anteaters and many more exciting species to be encountered!