Guyana Photo Gallery

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Deep in the Guyanese jungle, Kaieteur Falls drops more than five times the height of Niagara Falls, making it one of the world's tallest free-falling waterfalls.  
Credit: Eric Lindberg 
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Yellow-crowned parrots are colloquial residents of Georgetown's Botanical Garden. Visitors can find some of the continent's rarest flora in the gardens, as well as a collection of Victoria regia lilies, the national flower of Guyana.  
Credit: Eric Lindberg 
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The vista from the summit of Awarmie Mountain overlooks miles of undisturbed rainforest. Though difficult in areas, the summit hike is worth it on a clear day, with views to Iwokrama Mountain and beyond.  
Credit: Eric Lindberg 
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Healthy populations of giant river otters live along many of Guyana's remote rivers.  
Credit: Eric Lindberg 
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Members of the Macushi tribe from the village of Surama perform a traditional song and dance for visitors.  
Credit: Eric Lindberg 
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With its oversized bill, the toucan is one of Guyana's most easily-identified birds.  
Credit: Eric Lindberg 
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Stabroek Market in Georgetown is a lively place to browse shops and see a slice of Guyanese culture. The nearly 80,000-square-foot market is the main hub for conducting business in the city.  
Credit: Eric Lindberg 
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Completed in 1899 and rising to a height of 143 feet, St. George's Anglican Cathedral in Georgetown is one of the tallest wooden churches in the world.  
Credit: Eric Lindberg 
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River travel in the Guyanese rainforest is the quickest way to move through the thickly-forested region.  
Credit: Eric Lindberg 
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Commonly found along Guyana's waterways, the black caiman is the largest caiman/alligator in the world, growing between 16 and 20 feet long.  
Credit: Eric Lindberg 
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School children at the Amerindian village of Rewa greet visitors. The families in this remote area still very much depend on fishing, hunting, and subsistence farming as their main sources of food.  
Credit: Eric Lindberg 
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Great kiskadees perch on a giant Amazon water lily, the largest water lily in the world.  
Credit: Eric Lindberg 
 
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