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Brazil, the largest country of South America is full of outstanding white-sand beaches, pristine rain forests and rhythm-filled metropolises. With its dramatic landscapes of red rock canyons, thundering waterfalls and the exotic tropical islands, the county is well known as the most fascinating tourism destination throughout the world. In addition to this, its diverse ecosystem shows off the greatest population of flora and fauna with beautifully colored animals and birds that surprise its visitors.
Kaieteur National Park is located in the Potaro-Siparuni Region of Guyana counting with 627-sq-km and it's perhaps Guyana's greatest drawcard, with the magnificent Kaieteur Falls as its single biggest attraction, not to mention a national icon. The park is also home to a tiny population of Amerindians and the endless biodiversity of the Guiana Shield, a massive geological formation covered in pristine rainforest, rushing rivers and vast savanna.
Nearly all visitors to the country visit Kaieteur on a day trip by air from Georgetown, this is the reason you came to Guyana. A great tip is combine this tour with a second stop at nearby Orinduik Falls, where you can actually get wet and swim. The real adventure though, comes with organizing an overnight stay in this staggering natural setting.