Guyana is located in northeastern South America with an Atlantic Ocean coastline, much of which is below sea level at high tide. Sometimes classified as part of the Caribbean region, Guyana can be divided into geographic zones that include a coastal plain, a white sand belt, and interior highlands.
Search LAC Geo
Bodies of Water of Guyana
Essequibo River (Guyana) The Editor Sun, 02/07/2021 - 19:24
The Essequibo River is the longest and widest river in Guyana. The river flows north through forest and savanna, including one of the largest continuous tracts of relatively pristine lowland tropical rain forest in the world, before emptying into the Atlantic Ocean.
Rupununi Natural Region: Rupununi River (Guyana) The Editor Mon, 02/15/2021 - 18:23
The Rupununi is a natural region in southwest Guyana, bordering the Brazilian Amazon. It is divided into the northern and southern Rupununi by the Kanuku Mountains. The Rapununi River flows through the region before joining with the Essequibo River on its way to the Atlantic Ocean.