Set like a gem in the crown of South America, nestled on the North-Eastern shoulder, defying the raging Atlantic Ocean, Guyana's many waterways reflect the source of it's name "The Land of Many Waters" and six people.
Guyana was discovered in 1498 by the Europeans, its history; therefore stretches back a bit more than 500 years!. Guyana's past is punctuated by battles fought and won, possessions lost and regained as the Spanish, French, Dutch and British wrangled for centuries to own this land.
Guyanese cuisine has many similarities to that of the rest of the Caribbean. The food is diverse and reflects the ethnic make up of the country and its colonial history, and includes dishes from the Africans and creoles, East Indians, Amerindians, Chinese, and Europeans (mostly British and Portuguese).
As you come down Pacific Coast Highway just keep your eyes peeled for a secluded hideaway. The twinkling constellation of tiny festive pink lights, let you know that you have arrived in the caribbean islands.
Come experience Caribbean casual hospitality without packing a suitcase and passport.