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Annai is an Amerindian village located at the edge of the Rupununi savannah in Guyana. It's known as the gateway to the Rupununi due to its location. The village is situated in the foothills of the Pakaraima Mountains and is close to the Rupununi River. The main way of life in Annai is agriculture, with cassava and peanut farming being common. Cattle ranching is also a big part of the village's economy. The climate in Annai is tropical savanna, with a wet and dry season. The wet season is from May to November, and the dry season is from December to April. If you're interested in experiencing Amerindian culture and the beauty of the Rupununi savannah, Annai is a great place to visit. There are a number of lodges and resorts in the area that offer visitors the chance to go hiking, birdwatching, and wildlife watching. You can also visit nearby villages and learn about their way of life.

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Airports near Annai

There are a variety of airports to choose from when visiting Annai. Here's 4 airports that serve Annai.

Cheddi Jagan International Airport

Located in Timehri, Guyana, approximately 280 km (174 miles) from Annai. This is the main international airport in Guyana and offers direct flights to several destinations in North America, Europe, and the Caribbean.


Eugene F. Correia International Airport

Situated in Georgetown, Guyana, approximately 280 km (174 miles) from Annai. This airport serves as a regional hub and offers domestic flights within Guyana, as well as flights to neighboring countries such as Suriname and Brazil.


Johan Adolf Pengel International Airport

Located in Paramaribo, Suriname, approximately 350 km (217 miles) from Annai. While not in Guyana, this airport is within a reasonable driving distance and offers international flights to destinations in North America, Europe, and the Caribbean.


Piarco International Airport

Situated in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, approximately 600 km (373 miles) from Annai. Although it is a bit further away, this airport is a major regional hub and offers a wide range of international flights to various destinations in North America, Europe, and the Caribbean. From here, you can take a connecting flight to a more local airport in Guyana, such as Cheddi Jagan International Airport or Eugene F. Correia International Airport.

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Things to do in Annai

In a city full of many sights to see, we've picked out our top 3 must-sees:

Annai Village

Annai itself is a small village with a rich history. You can visit the nearby petroglyphs, which are ancient carvings on rocks, or learn about the village's role in cattle ranching. There are also several craft shops where you can buy souvenirs made by local artisans.

Kaietur National Park

Home to the mighty Kaieteur Falls, one of the world's highest single-drop waterfalls. The falls plunge over 741 feet into a deep gorge, creating a spectacular sight and mist that can sometimes produce rainbows. The park itself offers hiking trails, wildlife viewing, and the chance to experience the beauty of the Guyanese rainforest.

Surama Village

This village is located deep within the savannah and offers a glimpse into the traditional life of the Wapishana people. Visitors can learn about their culture, way of life, and handicrafts. You can also go hiking in the surrounding hills or take a boat trip on the Rupununi River.