Guyana, “The Land of Many Waters” is one of the least densely populated places on earth, and is the only country in South America where English is the official language. What is so amazing about Guyana is that it has one of the largest stretches of untouched rainforests on planet earth which encompasses the majority of the country.
The wildlife that exists in Guyana is like no place in the world, You can find the cutest creatures roaming about – the capybara, the otter, the monkey and more. There are also giant creatures like giant fish, eagles, plants, anteaters and river otters. There is just so much to see!
Guyana’s Secret Treasure – The Most Amazing Waterfalls
Guyana has some of the most beautiful waterfalls in the world. Did you know it boasts the world’s tallest waterfall, Kaieteur Falls with a whopping 741 feet drop. It’s five times taller than Niagara. Are you surprised?
Guyana is also a bird watchers Paradise, a conservation center for wildlife and a really exceptional country to see on foot.
Fun Facts on Guyana
Co‑operative Republic of Guyana
Guyanese Dollar, US dollar widely accepted
83,000 Square Miles
Spot an Anteater in Guyana
With its lush rainforests, the wildlife in Guyana is quite abundant. One amazing member of the wildlife is the anteater. Anteaters can eat as many as 30,000 ants and termites each day. The giant anteater has a tongue that is about 2-feet long.
Butterflys in Guyana are as colorful as the rainbow. See bright blues and reds flying around the vegetation. There are 1,205 species of butterflies flourishing in Guyana.