Kaieteur Falls
The majestic Kaieteur Falls, located on the Potaro River, Potaro Siparuni (Region Eight). Photo Credits: Robert Spitzer
Shell Beach
Shell Beach, a nesting site for sea turtles, is located in Barima Waini, Region One. Photo Credits: Suresh V Kandaswamy
Historic Railway Bridge
The remains of the Railway Bridge, located at Mahaicony, Mahaica-Berbice (Region Five) (Photo: Amanda Richards)
Austin House
Austin House is home to the Anglican Bishops of Guyana. It got its name from Bishop William Piercy Austin, who was the first to live in the original house. This building is located on High Street, Kingston, in the capital city of Georgetown. (Photo credits: Annette Arjoon- Martins)
Supenaam Stelling
The Supenaam Stelling, Pomeroon Supenaam (Region Two) (Photo: Amanda Richards)
Berbice Grasslands
The vast lands of the Berbice County (Amanda Richards)


Often referred to as the ‘chunk’ of Guyana, Essequibo is the pearl of our nation. It is simply the richest, most beautiful, most bountiful part of the country, whose value cannot be overemphasised

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Demerara-Mahaica (Region Four) borders the Atlantic Ocean to the north, Mahaica-Berbice (Region Five) to the east, Upper Demerara-Upper Berbice (Region 10) to the south and the Essequibo Islands–West Demerara (Region Three) to the west.

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The Region is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on the north and reaches the border with our neighbours to the east. The Corentyne River forms Guyana’s entire border with Suriname.

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