Guyana: Georgetown and Other Tourism News: Guyana Tourism Authority

Dear Fellow Traveller,

When my family and I relocated to Georgetown less than two years ago, we had a good idea of what to expect. We knew we would have the chance to explore the markets here, and discover a wealth of fresh, local ingredients, many of which were totally new to us. We knew we would be introduced to styles of art, architecture, music and cuisine that were different from those of other Caribbean and Latin American countries.

What we hadn’t expected, however, was the degree to which we would be welcomed. From my colleagues here at the Guyana Tourism Authority, to our new neighbours, to the shopkeepers and strangers on the street, the Guyanese people have beguiled us with their warmth and relaxed charm. (of course, being able to speak English with everyone made things a bit easier). But don’t take my word for it, come to Georgetown, and discover for yourself.
In welcoming spirit,

Brian T. Mullis

Director. Guyana Tourism Authority


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  • chandraksingh  On 12/06/2019 at 11:52 am

    One of the lucky ones. The crime is frightening. The drug situation is frightening.

    Sent from my iPhone

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