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Amb. Riyad Insanally to speak at Diaspora Organization Launch in New York – June 8, 2019

Ambassador Riyad Insanally to speak at Diaspora Organization Official Launch and Fundraiser in New York.

Apollo Beach FL- Guyana’s Ambassador to the U.S., Dr.Riyad Insanally, will be the guest speaker at the Launch and fundraiser of the United Guyanese Diaspora Global Network Corp on Saturday, June 8, 2019 from 9: PM to 2:AM at the Royal Empress Hall, located at 122-21 Rockaway Blvd, South Ozone Blvd, New York. Ambassador Insanally has been a strong supporter of the mission of UGDGN Corp which brings unique value to the diaspora in the U.S., and later, will expand to the global Guyanese diaspora.

An invitation was also extended to H.E. President David Granger to attend the event. Other invited guests include Guyana’s Consul General Miss.Barbara Atherly (NY), Guyana High Commissioner Mrs.Clarissa Sabita Riehl, Consul-General Miss. Anyin Choo (Toronto), New York Miss.Senator Roxanne Persaud, and New York Congresswoman Miss, Yvette Clarke.        Continue reading

Guyana named the #1 “Best of Ecotourism” destination in the world

Guyana Named World’s Best Ecotourism Destination

Guyana has been named the #1 “Best of Ecotourism” destination in the world. The award was presented to Guyana at the ITB global travel trade fair in Berlin, Germany. The second annual “Best of Top 100” Awards is a selection of the finest top 100 destinations selected by a panel of experts who reviewed sustainability success stories submitted by destinations worldwide. The newly created “Best of Ecotourism” category was added in 2019 and put Guyana up against very well-known and experienced ecotourism destinations like Sierra Gorda in Mexico, Tmatboey in Cambodia and the Galapagos Islands in Ecuador.

The announcement was made this evening at Berlin’s Messe Berlin exhibition grounds by Mr. Albert Salman, President of Green Destinations Foundation. Mr. Brian T. Mullis, Director of the Guyana Tourism Authority was in attendance to accept the award on behalf of Guyana.        Continue reading

Guyana Tourism: JEWEL IN THE MOUNTAINS by Dave Martins – Credits Stabroek News

JEWEL IN THE MOUNTAINS

  • by Dave Martins – Credits Stabroek News

    Dave Martins

Partly from her conservation interest and partly from her access to Air Services Limited aircraft, my wife Annette has pretty much been all over Guyana, so when she came home last week raving from a trip to Karasabai, describing it as a standout in our country, I had to pay attention.

Essentially, this is her story, I’m only doing conduit work today, so when I report that the community’s name is derived from the Macushi word ‘krasa” referring to a canister found in one of the lakes in the area, you know that she’s the source of that footnote.        Continue reading

Chris Brown for Boxing Day Mega Concert in Guyana

Hits and Jams confirms Chris Brown for Boxing Day Mega Concert

The Hits and Jams Entertainment Group is stepping up the quality of its résumé as the group announces that A-list, American R&B artiste, Chris Brown, will be in Guyana for the Unforgettable 2 Mega Concert on Boxing Night, December 26th  at the National Stadium. The Tourism Ministry and the Guyana Tourism Authority, are both partnering with Hits and Jams, to offer packages to visitors and persons who may want to fly into Guyana for the concert.
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BBC Filming Raleigh Documentary

…. 10-part documentary titled, the ‘Serious Explorers-Raleigh.’

GUYANA as a destination of choice will again be propelled into the spotlight with the arrival of a team from the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) to begin filming a ten-part documentary titled, the ‘Serious Explorers-Raleigh.’

So as to accord the visitors a warm Guyanese welcome, Minister of Tourism, Manniram Prashad along with a team from the Ministry of Tourism and the Guyana Tourism Authority (GTA) journeyed Friday to Mabaruma in Region One (Barima Waini) where they caught up with and met the expedition members as they entered the Waini River to begin the first leg of their journey.

The BBC team, consisting of 15 adults and eight children from the United Kingdom, is here to retrace the footsteps of Sir Walter Raleigh in his quest to find the City of El Dorado.

Like Raleigh, the team sailed across the Caribbean from Trinidad and Tobago to the coast of Guyana. Arriving on the vessel, ‘Scaramouche’, the adventurers were warmly welcomed by the Tourism Minister and his entourage as they boarded the moored ship to interact with the visitors.

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