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Experience Georgetown ( USD$48 per person 3-4 hours, another site costs USD$35 per person. All day. Inclusive of light refreshments & transportation to & from hotel)
Guyana’s capital, Georgetown, is an architectural haven for foreigners. The city’s colorful Caribbean sights and sounds surround many historical sites like St. George’s Anglican Cathedral. The St. George’s Cathedral, was designed and constructed by Sir Arthur Blomfield in 1892. It is the tallest wooden church in the world. It is also adorned with a stunning Victorian Chandelier, a gift by Queen Victoria herself!
At the center of “town”, Stabroek Market is the place to be. Its iron structure and prominent clock tower is reminiscent of the Victorian era of Great Britain. Constructed in 1881, the oldest structure in the city still bustles with people and activity. Sellers flock to Stabroek Market to make a living selling jewelry, clothes, food, cultural artifacts and much more! A shoppers paradise!
Guyana National Museum established in 1868, takes you back to the early days of British Guyana. This two story museum contains numerous well preserved artifacts you don’t want to miss! A must see and visitor favorite, the gigantic sloth! Pictures are allowed as long as you or your company are in them. The museum staff are friendly and eager to meet newcomers.
If you are a cricket fan or not, you don’t want to miss the chance to step foot on the Bourda Oval in Georgetown. The Bourda Oval is one of the oldest grounds in the Caribbean, and the only one in the world below sea level. This tour is 3 hours long and costs USD$50 per person, includes 1 complimentary bottle of water per individual.
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