Guyanese Coastal Plain is a region of Guyana. It is home to the vast majority of the population and is interrupted by several major rivers.
- Essequibo Islands is home to the islands of Leguan, Wakenaam and a host of others, some of which are not inhabited. Parika is a busy spot on Sundays, and the kick off point for travels down the Essequibo River. The Guyanese Heritage Museum which is a hotel and museum of all things Guyanese is at Kastev. Much of the area is protected by the WWF, and has been designated an area of special natural importance. However, it is believed that the Guyanese government are challenging this ruling in the hopes of opening the area to tourism.
Since the capital Georgetown is in the middle of this region, it's likely that most people will enter the country through this area. One exception is people coming up from the south and Brazil, who will access the area north of Linden.
The region is served by a series of roads and rivers. There are paved roads running from Charity to the border with Suriname at Corriverton, although the Essequibo must be traversed by ferry or speedboat. North of Charity, the only way around is on the water.