Guyana County Information
Guyana is the only country in South America that has English as its offical language and is one of the least-known corners of South America. Guyana is a truly off the beaten track experience with both a rich culture and a pristine environment. There are 9 Amerindian tribes in Guyana and outstanding community tourism to experience. Guyana is also home to magnificent wildlife such as; Jaguars, Giant Anteaters, Giant River Otters, Black Caiman, Tapir, 8 species of Monkey, Tiny Frogs, Turtles, Snakes, and over 800 species of Birds including the Harpy Eagle, which is one of the World’s largest Eagles.
Guyana caters for all sorts of visitors with its main four geographical regions. Guyana is made up of swampy costs, hillier sandy regions, beautiful tropical rain forests and the Rupununi Savannah of the South. Guyana is approximately 214,969 square kilometres and is located in Northern South America and part of Caribbean South America. The county is bordering the North Atlantic Ocean, between Suriname and Venezuela.
President David A. Granger is currently in the policital
Guyana is the only South American country to have English as its offical language
Due to Guyana being located in Southern America the weather all year round is genuinely warm with September being the hottest month and January being the coldest.