Participants in the 12th Pakaraima Mountain safari are currently traversing some of the most remote areas in Guyana, spanning hundreds of miles, a release from the Guyana Tourism Authority said today.It said that undulating hills and deep gorges were expertly handled over the last few days, taking the safarians closer to their destination, Orinduik Falls.This eight-day event, organised by the Ministry of Tourism, Industry and Commerce in collaboration with Rain Forest Tours and with assistance from the Region 8 and 9 Administration, began in the wee hours of April12th, when the convoy of 26 vehicles left the Guyoil Gas Station, on Regent Street.
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