“There are always challenges to overcome when one tries to introduce new concepts into the marketplace or into a regulatory environment that might not easily accommodate them”
Guyana, ‘South America Undiscovered’ – A team from the award-winning GEOBASS series, renowned for its wild adventures, journeyed to Guyana to film the epic voyage of catching the famous Arapaima and other popular fish. The five member crew concluded filming a few days ago, in Rewa, and was eager to share …
“The GTA’s Act and these regulations say that you need a license to operate any one of these businesses, we will not want our visitors to have a tourism experience with an unregistered and unlicensed business,” the GTA Director explained.
The Japanese documentary crew, from Tokyo TV Corporation, will focus their attention on capturing the unique aspects of Guyanese culture including the rich architecture, food, cultural practices, and unique structures like the Demerara Harbour Bridge and Berbice River Bridge; they will be in Guyana for one week.
This premier exposition and trade fair offers business associates the opportunity to meet, network and negotiate with international companies and establishments, as well as showcase their skills, talents and creative works.
“Mr. Matelicani disclosed that he was committed and had begun negotiations with the government to build a Marina and Boatyard with all haul-out facilities that, if all goes well, should begin operations early in 2016 and possibly before.”
“This will form part of our re-Discover Home campaign. Sports tourism is something we are working on aggressively, we have the land space, environment, improved air transportation,” he said at the launch.
This influx of visitors is considered healthy for Guyana’s tourism as the sector continues to grow, and as guests continue to visit the destination continues to gain international and regional acclaim for its exciting, enticing and exhilarating tourism product.
In a matter of days a convoy of yachts will grace Guyana’s shores, as they make their way from Trinidad and Tobago to French Guiana, as part of the Nereid’s Rally. The first of seven vessels is expected to arrive as early as, September 7, while the remaining yachts in …