Guyana’s very own, Karibee Rice.

Guyana’s very own, Karibee Rice.

Over 3.5 billion people worldwide rely on rice for their calory intake every day, which proves how important it is in daily nutrition. Rice is known to be one of the best sources of energy and protein, it is good for skin, prevents cancer and obesity, but most...
Covid 19 Regulations for traveling to Guyana in 2021

Covid 19 Regulations for traveling to Guyana in 2021

Did you have plans for traveling in 2020? They probably got canceled because of COVID-19, and you never made new plans because the virus does not seem to leave anytime soon. But one year was probably enough for people to adapt their lifestyle to a more restricted and...
What is Holi? The festival of many colors

What is Holi? The festival of many colors

Holi has been celebrated in the Indian subcontinent for centuries, with poems documenting celebrations dating back to the 4th century CE. It marks the beginning of spring after a long winter, symbolic of the triumph of good over evil. It is celebrated in March,...
Hot Cross Buns an Easter tradition in Guyana

Hot Cross Buns an Easter tradition in Guyana

  Hot Cross Buns These hot cross buns make an unforgettable addition to the Easter holiday brunch. They’re equally good for breakfast any day, alongside a cup of coffee or tea. 2 Teaspoon Grated orange zest, plus 3/4 cup fresh juice (from about 3 oranges),...
Follow a local cowboy to find giant anteaters.

Follow a local cowboy to find giant anteaters.

The article was written by https://www.worldlyadventurer.com/ One of the animals I was most keen to see in Guyana was another of the country’s most elusive giant species: the giant anteater. The giant anteater is well adapted to living off the diet of termites and...