It’s a place brimming with nature. While the Amazon jungle further south might be scientifically more biodiverse, around 80% of Guyana is covered in tropical rainforest.
It’s the world’s largest single drop waterfall by volume, particularly during the rainy season (May through July) when it’s at its fullest.
This watery location means its top of the class when it comes to spots to watch the sunset in Guyana.
Growing up to six feet in diameter, the leaves of this water lily are able to support the weight of a baby.
The walkway is a series of viewing platforms connected by suspension bridges that provide the finest views across the jungle.
Guyana isn’t a country known for its long hikes, but there are still plenty of opportunities to stretch your legs here.
Guyana is home to over 225 species of mammal and, thanks to the unspoilt nature of its interior.