Baganara Island Resort

Address: Essequibo River, Essequibo, Guyana, Bartica, Guyana | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Essequibo River, Essequibo, Guyana, Bartica.
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          Travel Blogs from Bartica

          Weekend getaway to Pandama Winery & Retreat

          A travel blog entry by travelgy on Aug 23, 2014

          27 photos

          If you are looking for a perfect weekend getaway at an affordable cost, the Pandama Winery & Retreat is definitely an option to keep in mind.

          Located just one hour drive from Georgetown on the Linden Soesdyke highway this retreat offers delicious food, great company and an opportunity to relax and enjoy nature.

          From Georgetown you drive South along the Demerara River on ...

          Staying at Bartica

          A travel blog entry by tlvice on Mar 22, 2014

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          Back at the hotel we sat on the terrace, sipped some 15 year XM rum, and watched all of the boat traffic on the river. The conversation was great. We relaxed for the remainder of the evening.

          From one corner of the terrace, I could see the car ferry docked at the Bartica pier. I could also see two young boys that were fishing from the river wall. I never saw them catch anything, but they were definitely trying and having fun.

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          Marshall Falls

          A travel blog entry by tlvice on Mar 22, 2014

          58 photos

          ... smaller than the one we took from Parika. It had four benches. It was pretty powerful though, with two 200 horse power outboard motors.

          It was the early afternoon and the wind had come up a little bit. That made for choppy waters on the Mazaruni River, not unlike what we had experienced earlier in the day.

          Motoring upriver we saw many different types of barges. Some were moored at shore while others were plying ...

          Bartica - Gateway to Gold Country

          A travel blog entry by tlvice on Mar 22, 2014

          36 photos

          ... my courage, held onto my Nikon, and took that first step of faith. Simultaneously, the captain grabbed my arm and helped me to place two feet firmly on the unsteady boat.

          Now on the bow, I grabbed for the side of the opening that led down into the seating area and its relative safety. As my head cleared the opening I could see 28 other humans looking at me. As it so happens, Elroy and I were the last two to board. I saw Leslie ...

          Kamuni Creek

          A travel blog entry by tlvice on Oct 03, 2012

          2 comments, 49 photos

          At about 07:30 I left the embassy with a driver, two members of my crew, and with an aluminum boat in tow. The boat was purchased some time ago. The intent was to use the boat to evacuate embassy employees in case of floods. The boat will seat up to 12 people.

          Our destination was the Demerara River. We drove to the small town of Timehri. According to Wikipedia, the word Timehri is an Amerindian word meaning "paintings and ...