Our first ever Conservation Storytelling Fellowship application process allowed us to learn from and get to know inspiring applicants from all over the world. All of them were interested in
Alyse Blackburn was born in the US and graduated from a liberal arts college with a degree in Political Science, before working for the federal government for several years. She
For the past two decades, sustainable tourism has been the main focus of the travel industry. Sustainable tourism invites travelers to not damage the place they visit, to take into
If you are planning your next big adventure, take a look at Guyana: South America’s hidden gem. With lush, healthy rainforests, friendly locals, and English as the official language, the
Adam Brasher graduated with a degree in biology from Auburn University before serving as a Community Conservation Promoter with the Peace Corps in Guyana from 2018-2020. After service, he completed
After living abroad for three years in Ghana and another three years in Trinidad, Hanan Lachmansingh is back in her home country, Guyana, working for the Guyana Wildlife Conservation and
Deciding whether or not to embark on this once-in-a-lifetime trip with us to Warapoka? We understand there are many considerations to choosing a tour that is ethical and respectful to
In preparation of our awesome tour to Guyana, we sat down with Luke, Friends of Wallacea’s local Guyana Tour Guide and Program Manager.
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Are you itching to escape on an adventure after two years in and out of lockdown? You are probably not alone. However, if you do decide to travel, choosing the
How can a visit to Guyana as a tourist actually improve the country? Read about tourism for conservation in Guyana here.
Background on Tourism in Guyana
For its small size,