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larger of the two major islands which make up Trinidad and Tobago10.46055556-61.44861111
Kaieteur National Park is in the highlands of Guyana. The park offers a genuine Amazonian experience for lovers of the jungle.5.216667-59.416667
capital city of Guyana6.8-58.1667
Anglican cathedral in Georgetown, Guyana6.81277778-58.16361111
The standout natural wonder of the park. The waterfall is the largest single drop fall on the planet. Though there are taller waterfalls, there is no other that matches its combination of height and water volume, making it arguably the world's most powerful waterfall. Since tourists visit in small groups, the lookout is never crowded, allowing you to experience the spectacle in near isolation.5.175-59.4805
place in Potaro-Siparuni, Guyana4.7167-59.7
A very small zoo with DIY cages for the animals. A lot of the cages are too small for the animal(s) they house. However, the zoo is a cheap way to spend an hour or two while in Georgetown.6.80605-58.146311
A museum with two floors showing the Amerindian heritage of Guyana.6.81681-58.16453
island in the Essequibo River in Guyana4.66334-58.67815
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Brazil (Portuguese: Brasil) is the largest country in South America and the fifth largest in the world. Brazil is an incredibly diverse country, in people, culture, and landscapes—from the famous summer carnaval in Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Olinda, and Recife to the wild power of nature in the Amazon and Iguaçu Falls. You'll find bustling cities, laid-back beaches, and traditional lifestyles, often right next to each other. Brazilian culture, which varies substantially across the country, comes from an international mix of European colonizers, African and Asian communities (notably in Salvador and São Paulo, respectively), and indigenous influence throughout the country.-14-53
Suriname (pronounced "surinam") is a small republic on the northeast coast of South America. It prides itself on its thoroughly multi-ethnic culture, a colourful blend of indigenous Indian traditions and those of its former Dutch colonisers and the African, Javanese and Hindustan workers they once brought with them. It's a country with a fabulous and largely untouched Amazon inland, slowly discovering its chances as an ecotourism destination. International visitors are steadily following Dutch travellers who have long been drawn to this friendly, tropical country to explore its spectacular nature, captivating cultural heritage and meet its ever smiling people.4-56
Venezuela is a country in South America. Having a shoreline along the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, Venezuela borders Colombia to the west, Guyana to the east and Brazil to the south, and is situated on the major sea and air routes linking North and South America. Off the Venezuelan coast are the Caribbean islands of Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao and Trinidad and Tobago.8-67