Essequibo River tour
Explore the longest river of Guyana during this boat trip! The name of the river is derived from Juan de Esquivel who traveled to America in 1498. There are 365 islands in this river which are full of history and the most famous one is Fort Island. This majestic river also holds numerous Riverside resorts such as Baganara. Taste traditional Guyanese food in Bartica village and get a good view of this small mining town.
Duration around 10 hours
Starting from € 120 p.p.
Program of the Essequibo River day trip in Guyana
From Georgetown, you will be transferred by bus across the longest floating bridge in the world, on the way to the Essequibo River, where you will board a boat. The first stop will be Fort Island and continue on the Essequibo to Kyk-Over-Al (See over All) which was once the Dutch seat of the ruins of the former stronghold which guarded the junction of the Mazaruni and Cuyuni Rivers and onwards to Baracara Falls. Here you can swim. Bartica is the hub of the mining community in the northwest of Guyana. The town is a hive of activity as the miners pass through on the way to their camps further in the interior. The township is located at the junction of the Essequibo and Mazaruni Rivers and most travel is done by boat. You will stroll down the main avenue for a glimpse of Bartica life. At Bartica the pioneer atmosphere is still strong and it is often compared to a Wild West town. We will have a local lunch in Bartica before departing for Georgetown.
Minimum attendance: 8 persons (if you are with 2 persons are more let us know)
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Boat and bus transport.
Water & juice.
Transfer to and from the meeting point.
Pickup time: 7.00 hrs.
Back in Georgetown: 18.00 hrs
When booking the tour you will get the address of the meeting point.
Willem Anthonielaan 56
Monday to Friday:
9AM to 4PM (GMT -3)
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