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Is Guyana Safe for Solo Travellers

No matter which part of the world you visit, ‘safety’ is something that all solo travellers are mindful of. While some countries are considered safer than others, news of stray incidents reach us every day from all parts of the world. The same goes for Guyana. In its formative years came problems of petty crimes, robberies, pick pocketing and assaults. This period of instability marred to some extent the nation’s reputation in being one that is unsafe for solo travellers. Guyana is now on the rise and this impression is being firmly dusted off with better infrastructure, connectivity and law and order over the last decade. Trusting strangers is one of the implicit rules of travelling solo that makes the journey exciting. Having said that, personal discretion and relying on
Top Things to Do in Georgetown, Guyana Read Article

Top Attractions in Georgetown, Guyana

Relaxed yet vibrant, the capital city of Guyana is where almost a third of the country’s population lives and works. Georgetown is brimming with diversity and is a fun city to explore as a traveller. Skirted by the Atlantic Ocean on the northern edge, the city is cooled by the trade winds. The year-round summer climate makes it a breeze to wander through the streets and bazaars all year around. Exploring the city’s monuments, relics, parks, museums and churches is fun and exciting for visitors and residents alike. Spend at least two to three days in Georgetown to get your bearings and gain a deeper understanding of the rich cultural tapestry of the country. Chatting with locals is a fun way to start building up your Creolese vocabulary and to start feeling like an

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