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Georgetown is the capital of Guyana and is the largest urban area in the country and is called the ‘Garden City of the Caribbean’. It may not be a very well-known holiday destination but it is ideal for someone looking for something different. It is a place for raw adventure as Guyana is densely forested. It is an authentic holiday that provides it all from coasts, to ranches, wildlife and even a rocking nightlife. Holidays to Georgetown should include visits to the city’s Botanic Garden which is interesting while the museum will take you through a variety of exhibits from a natural history section, to a map room that will keep you occupied for quite a few hours. Georgetown has a bustling commercial area where you can indulge in some retail therapy with a variety of consumer goods such as cheap clothing and jewelry and watches. You could even get your hands on some knick knacks such as household items. Book holidays to Georgetown and have a holiday that is completely genuine and filled with adventure. Travel Center all inclusive holidays will take care of all the planning so that you do not have to worry about anything. From tours, to flight tickets and accommodation all your travel plans are looked after. So hurry and enjoy a holiday with a difference at Georgetown.
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Condor, South African Airways
Best Time to Travel
February to March
Modes of Transport
Taxi, Bus, Car, Railway, Trams
Currency Exchange Rate
1.00 GBP = 304.93 GYD
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Look for Manatees in the Botanic Gardens
The Georgetown Botanic Gardens are home to some the country’s treasures plant specimens. Entrance is free and the wide open spaces are ideal for enjoying a family excursion. Look out for the manatees swimming in the ponds around the entrance area.
Visit the Promenade Gardens
The Promenade Gardens do justice to Georgetown’s reputation as ‘The Garden City of the Caribbean’. The beautiful garden is resplendent with flowering shrubs and lots of birds that flock there at sunset. Promenade Gardens are an annexure of the Independence Park.
Browse Stabroek Market
During the Dutch colonial period Georgetown was known as Stabroek; today the Stabroek Market is an iconic attraction. A must visit site in Georgetown the place is a bustling muddle of shoppers and eager sellers. Ideal for some local flavour the market is home to some vintage buildings.
The National Museum
The National Museum of Georgetown is an interesting browse for its curios mix of artefacts. On one level you will find scale models of the colonial buildings in the town, together with sail ships and other knick knacks like old bottles and beautifully carved pipes. There is even a 60’s period Rolls Royce.
Shopping in the Commercial Districts
Shopaholics should head over to the commercial areas around Regent Street; there plastic goods, clothing, watches, jewellery and other goods are available at very cheap prices. Apart for Stabroek Market, check out Bourda Market for fresh fruits and vegetables, household items and much more.
Explore the Streets of Georgetown
Spend a day wandering around the streets of Georgetown and you will come across many little treasures. The streets and alleys are lined with colonial era wooden structures housing; homes, churches, schools and government buildings. The walk is quite a treat for culture buffs.
Head Over to St Georges Cathedral
Enter the confines of St Georges Cathedral and be enthralled by the magnificent architecture. The main body is constructed of wood while the ceiling is a hue of dark and light colours. The church alter is protected by a filigree white fence; within is a vintage pipe organ. The walls are adorned with photos 19th and 20th century residents of Georgetown.
One for nature lovers the flight to the falls is quite rewarding. The 50 minute flight over wilderness is breath-taking. Kaieteuer Falls is the only place that you can spot the elusive Golden Frog.
The Guyana Zoo located in the city is home to a range of exotic animals from across South America. Otters and giant ant eaters promise to thrill and impress while the birds are an exotic collection of colour.
The Sea Wall
Since many of the houses in Georgetown are built below the flood level, the sea wall was constructed to protect. Built with the use of slave labour the wall was completed by 1882. The place is popular amongst lovers, joggers and tourists out to admire the view.