14 Places to visit in Guyana

14 Places to visit in Guyana

Hello everyone, we just want to share 14 places you should definitely visit while you are in Guyana. We hope you like our recommendations, below are a list of the 14 places we recommend. Click on the link to view the video https://youtu.be/1ej_4z-rV-s 1. Guyana museum...
National Monuments in Guyana

National Monuments in Guyana

Guyana a land of many races, because of the rich and diverse culture of our country we have many monuments that reflect our history. Monuments created to honor heroes and commemorate or celebrate historic events depict the national pride of our country. Please click...
Parliament Building, Guyana

Parliament Building, Guyana

Guyana’s Parliament Building, designed by Joseph Hadfield, was built on a foundation of greenheart logs. The foundation stone was laid in 1829 and, in April 1834, the structure, resemble stone blocks, was completed. Having been completed, the building was...
Demerara-Berbice Railway

Demerara-Berbice Railway

The Demerara-Berbice Railway, built-in then British Guiana (now Guyana), was the first railway system on the South American continent. It was first operated by the Demerara Railway Company, a private concern, but sold to the Colonial Transport Department of the...
The Two Most Popular Beaches In Guyana.

The Two Most Popular Beaches In Guyana.

Guyana is called the land of many waters. Guyana also has a very long coastline, with the beautiful long comes many beaches to enjoy, but two of these beaches are known to steal the show for their beauty. These two beaches are the #63 Beach and Shell Beach. 63 Beach...
Curry Chicken

Curry Chicken

Curry Chicken By Arshena, I learned to love different cuisines from my mom. Although my parents were born and raised in Guyana, and we immigrated from Trinidad when I was still a baby, my mom cooked everything from curry to spaghetti. But she didn’t write her recipes...
Georgetown Lighthouse, Guyana

Georgetown Lighthouse, Guyana

The Georgetown Lighthouse was built by the Dutch in 1817 and then rebuilt in 1830 to help guide ships into the Demerara River from the Atlantic ocean. The 31 m (103 feet) high octagonal structure is a famous landmark in Guyana with its distinct vertical red and white...
Salt Fish!

Salt Fish!

Michellena Davis Instagram page: Betterwithspice_ I remember those days when my grandparents told stories of saltfish which was then imported into the country of my birth, Guyana. They said when residents go to the corner shop to buy groceries and after making a...