West Watooka is situated in Wismar, Linden and is home to a warm bunch of people about 500 in total of mostly African Guyanese and Amerindian descent.
Saint John is on the West Coast Berbice, 55 miles from the capital and is home to 800 residents.
Bethany is a charming little village in the Pomeroon/Supenaam region. According to a recent census, it has approximately 406 residents, who thrive mainly on logging and farming activities.
Deep within Canal Number One, West Bank Demerara and three villages before the conservancy dam is the tiny village of Soesdyke, flanked by Endeavour and Good Land.
Number 43/Joppa Village located on the Corentyne, Berbice in Region Six is self-sufficient, simple, free, and non-violent, a village of “one big family”, according to residents.
Nestled in the forest along the Linden/Soesdyke Highway, some 50 miles from the capital is the village of Kairuni.
El Dorado Village, West Coast Berbice (WCB) is situated 70 kilometres from Georgetown.
Bel-Air and Dublin are grants in the Pomeroon River, approximately nine miles from Charity on the Essequibo Coast and home to some 25 persons.
Photos by Joanna Dhanraj Good Land is situated in Canal Number One, about seven and a half miles from the junction with Bagotville.
Belfield is a tiny village on the western side of Leguan with a small population of some 70 persons, predominantly Indian Guyanese.
Story and photos by Bebi Oosman Bengal Village located on the Corentyne in Berbice used to be home to hundreds of Guyanese, however, migration to foreign lands has seen the numbers greatly diminished.
Voorzigtigheid was what it was once called, today it’s known as Jonestown, a sprawling village situated at Mahaica some 37.5 kilometres from the city tucked between Hand-en-Veldt and the vegetation leading to the Atlantic Ocean.
Story and photos Richmond Village on the Essequibo Coast is 40 minutes away from Anna Regina and approximately 37 kilometres from the Supenaam jetty.
Buck Hill, in Wismar, Linden, is a haven for its more than 100 residents—including a large percentage of children.
Photo by Joanna dhanraj Rising Sun is a tiny, sleepy West Coast Berbice village, approximately 76 kilometres from Georgetown; there are less than a dozen families residing there.
Vilvoorden, Essequibo Coast is a small community of just more than 100 people, approximately nine kilometres from the Supenaam Jetty and between Middlesex and Fairfield.
Photos by Joanna Dhanraj Block 22 is situated in Wismar, Linden and although the village has approximately 1,500 residents, not many Guyanese have heard of it.
Adelphi is one of the more populated and diverse villages in the Canje area.
Blueberry Hill, is a beautiful village situated on one of the hills in Wismar, Linden and is a haven to the more than 1,500 people living there.
Helena Number 2 is a village situated in Mahaica and close to the Mahaica River Bridge which separates it from another village called Wilhelmina.
Photos by Joanna Dhanraj Approximately 48 kilometres from Georgetown and bordered by Fairfield and Carlton Hall with its expanse stretching to the Atlantic on one side and the rice fields on the other is the community of Broomhall.
Hauraruni is a Christian cooperative approximately 34 miles from Georgetown or 15 miles from the Soesdyke junction on the Linden/Soesdyke Highway.
Photos by Joanna Dhanraj Hampshire on the Corentyne, Berbice is situated 12.7 miles from the Government Buildings in New Amsterdam and is home to hundreds of residents; it is flanked on either side by Belvedere and Williamsburg.
A friendly little village in Mahaicony situated approximately 51 kilometres from Georgetown, Cottage is a haven to its more than 250 residents, whose foreparents reportedly took up residence there in the mid-1800s.
Just 11.5 kilometres from Supenaam is the serene and peaceful little village of Pomona.
Story and photos by Joanna Dhanraj Goedverwagting, East Cost Demerara is enclosed by Sparendaam, Ogle, farmland and the Atlantic Ocean in the north.
Amsterdam is a community situated on the eastern side of Leguan enclosed by villages Canefield and Endeavour, rice fields and the seawall that keeps the Essequibo at bay.
Story and photos by Joanna Dhanraj Taymouth Manor sits between the villages of Alliance and Affiance and is home to a population of 200.
Schoonord on the West Bank Demerara is bordered by the overpopulated Goed Fortuin and uninhabited Meer Zorgen.
The village of Crane is believed to have been in existence since the late 1800s or early 1900s and is home to more than 3,000 people.
Lower Kara Kara sits on the outskirts of Linden among lush grass, trees and the rippling black waters of the Kara Kara Creek.
Photos by Joanna Dhanraj Lust en Rust is a new village; its residents were given lots in 2014.
Goed Bananen Land can be found between Adelphi and Betsy Ground in East Canje Berbice.
In Canal Number One, West Bank Demerara approximately six miles from the Vreed-en-Hoop Police Station is a busy little village called Recht door Zee.
Dryshore is a quiet little village in Essequibo, approximately four miles from the Supenaam jetty skirted by the villages of Warousi and Hibernia.
Warren Plantation is on the Corentyne Coast, directly after Number 19 Village when one is travelling from New Amsterdam.
Blenheim, is the second village in the south of Leguan, between Enterprise and Endeavour, less than a mile from the stelling.
Cullen on the Essequibo Coast is precisely 23.5 kilometres from Supenaam, between Bremen and Abrams Zuil.
Pakistan sits snugly between Windsor Forest and La Jalousie on the West Coast Demerara approximately nine kilometres from the Vreed-en-Hoop Police Station.
New Forest is one of the last villages you get to when heading into East Canje, Berbice. While many claim that New Forest is located directly after Gangaram Village, residents of the area told the World Beyond Georgetown that New Forest is actually located further down; after Gangaram there are several other villages with just a few houses before New Forest.
La Harmonie, West Bank Demerara appears to be facing extinction; only three families reside there.
Nooitgedacht is a village on Wakenaam Island running parallel to Arthurville, which was featured last week.
Arthurville is a tiny village on the island of Wakenaam, of not more than 60 people.
A 40-minute drive from Georgetown along the East Coast Demerara road would bring you to Two Friends, a busy little village, precisely 29.5 kilometers from the city.
Hoff Van Aurich is a sleepy little village on the Essequibo Coast situated 26 kilometres from Supenaam.
Situated on the East Coast Demerara, Clonbrook us the village between Ann’s Grove and Bee Hive.
Mora is a tiny village on the right bank of the Essequibo River, 35.5 kilometres from Vreed-en-Hoop tucked between Salem and Sparta and home to just a few families.
Aranaputa Valley sits in the midst of the Pakaraima mountain range. The valley and Lethem are said to be the first two settlements in the Rupununi.
Number 11 Village, Corentyne, Berbice is a small village with a population of just over 300 people.
Central Amelia’s Ward is a quiet village in Linden. It is well laid out because it was built as a housing community and was never subject to squatting.