Emergency Preparedness
Your Disaster Management Plan

Any trip to Guyana should include a bit of Emergency Preparedness. 

You’ve been planning trip for months, sometimes for years to the dear homeland and you definitely don’t want your vacation plans to come to a ruin because of few minor oversights.

So,

Let’s look at a few areas of concerns that need to be addressed, which if overlooked, can surely place a damp on your dream stay.

Emergency Preparedness Snafus...

Blackouts...

Yes, this is persistent problem and there is no sure sign that it will go away soon.  So, how do you cope with this drag?  Read more…

Mosquitoes...

For many parts of the country these pesky creatures lie in wait to such you dry.  Just be aware that they exist and.  So, how do you zap these pests?  Read more…

Water...

Yes, we live in the Land Of Many Waters, but unless you take some precautions in the water you drink, you can end up spending your hard-earned vacation time in the Georgetown Public Hospital ...

Or...

lying in bed with your pajamas or nighties (whatever your choice of sleeping garment) with high fever.

So, what’s the solution?  Read more…

Torrential Rain and Flooding...

When it rains in Guyana, it really pours.  Here's what to do to not 'Blame it on the rain.'  Read more...

Plenty of Sunshine...

Here in Guyana you can expect an overabundance of sunshine, but to much can be harmful to you.

Don’t want to return to Canada with a sunburned scalp or go back to the good ole US of A with and over baked skin, then here’s what you should do - read more…

Others...

"Guyana is a place where rattle snake as waste, combine and tractor gon put dem in de place.”

In your stay in Guyana you’ll encounter all kinds of bugs and insects. You have ‘marabuntas’, bees, ants, centipedes and other creatures. 

Stings and bites from these guys can really ruin your day.  How do you deal with these nuisances?  Read more…

What's Your Take...

In your own experience living in Guyana you would have encountered your own unique disasters, and I'm quite sure you will have implemented your effective disaster preparedness plans.

Let's hear about them.



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