Hotels in Ciudad Guayana
Tourism in Ciudad Guayana
The country is divided into ten regions: the capital has the same name as the country, Guayana. The city has a tropical and humid climate that generates good agricultural development, one of the countrys main sources of revenue. Lumber and mining are other economic resources; therefore, the country depends largely on its primary sector and to a lesser extent on the secondary sector, experiencing a small increase in services in recent years.
Due to the great cultural variety of the city and the countryits indigenous origin, its proximity to Suriname and French Guinea, its history of British colonization, and the immigration of a Hindu populationGuayanas ethnic wealth is enviable; the coexistence of diverse styles make its principal city even more valuable.
Tourism in both the city and the country is based on the natural beauty and fascinating wildlife, as well as the rich culture yielded by years of immigration. A sunset in this city is remembered with affable melancholy; for the difficulty one has in reaching this magical land is rewarded by the lack of other tourists. It is therefore one of the best alternatives for those who would wish to travel to the Caribbean or to a tropical climate, yet avoid the avalanche of tourists.