Kaieteur Falls It is one of the most beautiful fall in the world and one of the tallest. It is seven times taller than Niagra. It drops more than 700 feet.
St. George’s Cathedral
It is the tallest wooden building in the world and one of the oldest colonial structures in Georgetown.
Build in 1834, it houses the Guyana parliament, and one of the oldest structures in Guyana.
4. Guyana Zoo
Demarara Floating Bridge
It is one of the longest floating bridges in the world that spans the Demerara River and is located not far from the capital, Georgetown.
Cuffy 1763 Monument
Iwokrama Rain Forest
Iwokrama is an area of pristine rain forest in Guyana and is located ~ 300 km south of Georgetown. This area was allocated by the the government for the preservation of the rain forest and allow for studies and habitation.
Guyana National Stadium
The stadium, located on the East Coast of Demerara was build to host the World Cup that was played in the caribbean in 2007. It is now the primary venue in Guyana for International cricket.
One of the oldest building in Guyana, vendors of poultry, vegetables, drinks and all kind of food found in Guyana is here. It’s located in the capital city, Georgetown.
10. Umana Yana
This was build by the natives of Guyana, the Wai-Wai Indians and its appox 55 feet tall. It was build in 1972.
Walter Roth Museum
This museum of contains info and artifacts relating to Guyana
University Of Guyana