Coach service is also available with Boa Vista in Brazil. Georgetown is connected with Suriname’s capital Paramaribo through ferry crossing the Corentyne River. One can cross by bus or car too through Demerara Harbour Bridge.
The government has connected other places with Georgetown through highways. Private buses and tax service are available across the city.
Cost of living
Cost of living is a bit higher in Georgetown as most of the products are imported and several sectors have monopoly businesses. The common commodities are not cheaper here.
Sights to see in Georgetown
Walter Roth Museum of Anthropology
Established in 1974, the Walter Roth Museum of Anthropology is said to be oldest such museum in the English-speaking Caribbean region.
Address: 61 Main St, Georgetown, Guyana
Phone: +592 225 8486
St. George’s Cathedral
Built in 1894, the St. George’s Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral. It is also one of the tallest churches in the world. It is 43.5 meters tall.
Phone: +592 660 3761
Built in nineteenth-century, the Castellani House is on the corner of Vlissengen Road and Homestretch Avenue.
Other points of interest include Promenade Gardens that houses botanical garden too, the Georgetown Lighthouse, the Guyana National Zoo, Square of the Revolution, George Seawall Bandstand and National Park