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Guyana - Transportation

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In the towns and cities of Guyana the main means of transportation are bicycles, mopeds, cars, taxis and minibuses (in Berbice the Tapir is used). For getting around the country, minibuses are mainly used. Boats and pontoon ferries are commonly used to cross and to sail on rivers. It is possible to get around by plane as there are several landing strips throughout the country. It has since 1974 not been possible to travel by railway in Guyana.
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Landing strip near Kaieteur Falls
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Minibus in Georgetown
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Tapir - public transportation only found in Berbice in eastern Guyana
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Man cycling by the seawall in Georgetown
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Pontoon crossing the Essequibo river
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Rastafaris on a horse cart in Georgetown
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People waiting to board a bus in Berbice
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People waiting in the early morning to board a pontoon ferry at Essequibo river
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People on their way to the gold mines in the Mazaruni area south of Bartica