Sunday, March 22, 2009

Scenic Guyana

Though it is considered to be one of the smallest countries in the north east section of South America, the country of Guyana is actually not so small when it comes to offering its tourists and visitor’s attractions and enjoyment unheard of elsewhere. Tourists can enjoy the coastlines of the Caribbean or if they prefer they can relax comfortably in one of the countries modern hotels located anywhere along the coastline. Guyana is world known for its grand buildings which feature some very great and interesting architecture. Its boulevards are beautifully lined with many well trimmed tropical trees. These predominant features mark the influence that was brought into this area by the British colonization many years ago.

Guyana’s most prominent tourist attractions and must see locations include the tall, wooden edifices. These structures have promoted the concept that the country actually has one of the tallest wooden buildings within the complete world. This building is none other then the world famous St. George’s Cathedral.

Guyana is proud of their large rivers which serve as passage ways into its rich green rain forest and lush jungle areas. Demerara River, Berbice River and the Essequibo Rivers are but a few of the more prominent rivers found in this small country. You can sit in the local cafĂ© and enjoy the sight of the Harpy Eagle or the beautifully decorated and colorful Toucans as they are widely noted around the local landscape and countryside. No where else on the earth are you afforded the opportunity to capture an exciting view of the elusive blue colored Cock of the Rock birds which are abundant around Kaieteur Falls. In fact, there are approximately 700 different species of birds which reside in the forest areas of Guyana. Finally, Guyana has some of the world’s most famous water falls within its borders such as Mount Roraima Falls which has became an inspiration for the movie The Lost World, the Kaieteur Falls as well as the Orinduik Falls.

Nature scenery and nature adventures present themselves to those who dare to discover all the wonders that await them in the wonderful country of Guyana. For most eco-tourists this country may be considered one of the only places on earth where nature tends to deposit the majority of its natural treasures. Discover its many natural resources at its finest level by traveling to the various back locations in Guyana. It is easy for you to be close to Mother Nature though this rich wilderness area.

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2 comments:

Talk2Discuss said...

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Jena Isle said...

These are amazing places. I wish I could visit them someday. Thanks for sharing.

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