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Dec 16, 2021

The country of Guyana is the third-smallest country in South America.

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Guyana regions – Color-coded map

  Guyanese Coastal Plain (Georgetown, Bartica, Mabaruma, New Amsterdam)
Home to the vast majority of the population and is interrupted by several major rivers
  Guyanese Highlands (Lethem, Paramakatoi)
A plateau and low mountain range lying between the Amazon and Orinoco Rivers. It is a thinly populated part of Guyana known for its natural landmarks and beauty.
  Berbice-Corentyne (Linden)

Map of Guyana

  • 6.7833333333333-58.1666666666671 Georgetown — the largest city in and capital of Guyana with fascinating wooden colonial buildings
  • 6.4-58.6166666666671 Bartica — the “Gateway to the Interior”, and to the ruins of the Dutch fort Kyk-Over-Al
  • 8.2-59.7833333333331 Mabaruma — a regional administrative centre near the Venezuelan border
  • 6.25-57.5166666666671 New Amsterdam — large town with old colonial buildings
  • 3.383333-59.81 Lethem — a base for exploring the Kanuku and the Moco Moco mountains and falls
  • 6-58.31 Linden — a mining town (bauxite) near Gluck Island, an uninhabited island that is an eco-tourist destination
  • 6.8666666666667-58.4166666666671 Parika — sits on the East Bank of the Essequibo River, the country’s largest river
  • 4.71666667-59.71 Paramakatoi — an extremely remote and undeveloped town surrounded by unspoiled rainforest
  • 7.726075-59.8840388888891 Port Kaituma — a hub for the mining industry

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