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Brownsweg Day Trip from Paramaribo
"Your day will start at 8:30am with a pickup in a centrally located point on a small air-conditioned minivans.At 9:30am your first stop and small breakfast (you can choose out of bread or local food) near the Suralco-powerplant old bauxiet-mining plant. 9:45am we'll get back in the minivan to continue our ride heading Browsmountain over the Afobaka-road while the guide explains the history of the road.Arrival on Brownsweg (multiple village on the foot of the Brownsmountain) at 11am the guide will tell us about these transmigration villages and how government moved the villagers from where now the Blommenstein-reservoir is now days.From here we start on an in-paived road of 13 kilometers towards the top of the 504 meter high Browns-mountain where we should arrive at 11:45am. At for a good earned Surinamese lunch and drinks from the local restaurant called ""Rocky"".Our departure from the mountain will be at 4:15pm and we should be back at the starting point by 6pm when your tour finishes."""
From EUR70.00
 
Port of Spain and Fort George Sightseeing Tour
"Your city tour of the capital city of Port of Spain includes a visit to the bustling Independence Square with it’s imposing Central Bank and surrounding lively shopping streets the former Parliament Building the Supreme Court and historic Woodford Square. You will then have a brief look inside the Museum of Natural History (base on availability) before taking in the Queens Park Savannah – known as ‘the world’s largest roundabout’ this 200-acre recreational park is lined with exotic trees and interesting colonial mansions with intricate architectural designs. The so called ""Magnificent Seven"" are the finest of these. A walk in the Botanic Gardens is most rewarding. Next take a drive along the famous night entertainment strip the ""Avenue"". Following this you will enter the busy suburb of St James where there is an astounding panoramic view at Fort George which has an elevation of approximately 236 feet above sea level. Enjoy the spectacular views from this historical site covering the city of Port of Spain and the Gulf of Paria
From $48.00
 
Trinidad Highlights and Scenic Drive Tour
"Visit Trinidad's highlights on this comprehensive half-day guided tour. You'll pass by the lighthouse the striking Parliament building known as the Red House as well as the Magnificent Seven a row of imposing colonial houses originally built at the turn of the century as private residences. Continuing around the Queens Park Savannah you'll make a brief stop at the tropical Botanical Gardens a cool shady enclave of exotic trees and tropical flowers. Then it's a short drive to Lady Young Lookout for an excellent panoramic view of Port of Spain. Departing
From $40.00

More Transportation in Guyana

Internal flights across Guyana

I took two round trips internally in Guyana both from Ogle Airport which is a short distance from Georgetown city centre.The first was very much a tourist flight to Kaieteur Falls operated by Air...
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MikeBird
May 29, 2015

Guyana by air

From Canada and USA there are direct daily flights, for us Air Carribean has been quite affordable. There is a stopover in Port of Spain, Trinidad.It is important to arrive, or to leave, on day time...
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henri123
Apr 11, 2014

Corentyne river ferry crossing from Suriname

This ferry travels twice a day from Suriname to Guyana; the cost is about US$10.It is the only 'legal way' to enter Guyana on the Corentyne river.Arriving quite early from Paramaribo, we left at 4am,...
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henri123
Apr 11, 2014

Flying to Guyana

There aren't too many choices if you're trying to fly to Georgetown. There are two nonstop flights from New York JFK, one on Delta (this is not a daily flight) and the other on Caribbean Airlines. You...
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travelmad478
Mar 16, 2013

Georgetown minbuses

Through the day the best way to get about the capital - Georgetown is on one of the local minibuses. Routes are numbered and it takes a wee while to find out where they each go but once you have done...
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sazzaguyana
Jul 10, 2007

Interior by foot

Usually people go hiking because they want to. To travel between remote villages in the interior of Guyana, you have to. But what a way to explore this incredible country! Over a 10 day period, we...
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Aafia
Apr 09, 2007
 
 
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Air travel in the interior

Travel into the interior of Guyana can be tricky and air travel is the only certain means of transport. I was taken aback when I first saw the small size of the aircraft we would be using to transport...
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Aafia
Apr 06, 2007

Getting Around

Georgetown transit system is a 12 passenger bus. Hundreds of them. Personally owned and operated. They decorate their vehicles to show pride. I sais 12 passenger but you can see up to 20 people per...
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Violapreacher
Sep 15, 2006

Berbice Ferry

The overland route from Suriname makes a crossing by ferry over the Berbice River. The ferry terminal is lively and we encounter the first road salesmen we've seen on this trip.The ferry is full of...
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grets
Nov 03, 2004

Muddly puddles

In the next section the track is made from sticky brown mud, and again we silde about all over the place. The drivers blame the logging trucks for ruining the track with their enormous lorries.There...
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grets
Nov 03, 2004

The road deteriorates

Once off the main logging track, the "road" takes many different guises. Part of our journey is along a track of soft sand. The vehicles travel at an amazing speed, and slide from side to side along...
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grets
Nov 03, 2004

Logging track

Once outside Georgetown, the road becomes a sandy logging track. Wide in some places, it becomes more narrow and less smooth, the further into the forest you get. There are many potholes to avoid, but...
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grets
Nov 03, 2004

Tractor

In the villages, there may not be any other transportation available, or suitable, for ferrying goods and / or passengers to some of the more outlying places. Sitting on the back of the tractor was...
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grets
Nov 03, 2004

Bridges

Bridges are often just large tree trunks placed on top of a metal frame. Sometimes with cross planks, sometimes just the logs. As we are nearing the bridges I am wondering why the driver doesn't slow...
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grets
Nov 03, 2004

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