Guyana is a country where unspoilt adventure can be gotten. More than 80% of the country is covered by the world’s rarest orchids ranging from dry evergreen and seasonal forests to montane and lowland evergreen rainforests. At the national parks in the country, tourists have the opportunity to view various species of wildlife. The country is also a good destination for birdwatching. It is also worth noting that Guyana is a prime destination for ecotourism. Visiting Guyana is definitely worth the bumpy ride and sweat.
Guyana is been noticed for the amazing activities that it offers to tourists and this is evident by the increase in the number of tourists visiting the country. Since the past decade, there has been a notable yearly increase in the number of visitors to the country. In 2017, 247,000 foreigners visited the country as opposed to the 235,000 who visited in 2016. The improvement in tourism has affected the economy of the country positively.