Bartica is a port city in Guyana.
Bartica is accessible by road and the Essequibo river. Regular boat services are made to Bartica from Georgetown , Essequibo coast and islands via Parika. Travelling from Georgetown Stabroek Market. Take a number No 32 bus to Parika (Guyana $500, US $1.50, Time 45 minutes) then a speed boat (Guyana $2500, about US $12, time one hour.) There is another choice of a cheaper , slower ferry that costs (US $2, time five hours)and only leaves Parika Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 5 A.M. and departs Bartica the same day at 12 P.M..On Saturday the Ferry departs Parika at 9 A.M. and departs Bartica on Sunday at 5 A.M..
Taxi cost $300 Guyana a drop within Bartica, but it is only really a square mile so you can walk everywhere.
Bartica taxi drivers are reliable and friendly too, Barticans uses alot of taxi as a result of the hills that is composed of. Bartica has several taxi services and all are reliable and safe.
Bartica Regatta around Easter.
Check out the Brazilian Restaurant owned by Francis on 2nd Ave across from a large Furniture store. It is a small pink shack that doesn't look much like a restaurant, but it is the best beef on a stick you can find in Guyana.
Bartica has developed a lot of new restaurants such as the Upper Level Restaurant that is located at the corner of first avenue and fourth street, Rose Mary Restaurant, located in second avenue, the J&D Spicy Corner Restaurant that is located in front street, and also there is a great Chinese Restaurant, the food is uncomparable. It is located in Front Street opposite Courts.
Banks Beer, the Guyanese beer, costs $220-$260 depending on where you drink.
There is a yellow Guest House owned by a guy named Balkarran. It is located on Front Street, on the river, not too far from the hospital. He also does tours into the interior and to Marshall Falls. It is fairly reasonable, about $25 US ($5000) a night, clean, fan, right on the river so great breeze.
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