You may have never heard of the country, Guyana as the third smallest nation in the South African region, next to Uruguay and Suriname. This almost hidden country is a gem as it houses the world’s largest single drop waterfall known as the Kaieteur Falls. The Kaieteur Falls is also one of the most powerful waterfalls across the globe occupying five times the size of the Niagara Falls. Guyana has three main geographical spots – a low coastal plain, a savannah portion, and a mountainous area.
The people in Guyana are very diverse, especially in their dating culture. Guyanese locals don’t have a specific set of do’s and don’ts for dating – which gives you a whole lot of options and chances.
Nowadays, Guyanese women have become more liberal with regards to dating. They do not restrict themselves to only Guyanese men. The women of Guyana have more freedom to date and marry whomever they please.
However, contrary to this freedom, family structure in Guyana continues to be more traditional like in the Asian countries. Gender roles remain as society’s norm and families are still patriarchal. Husbands are still expected to provide for their families, especially in the financial aspect. The men also make most of the major family decisions. Guyanese women take charge of the home and are the primary caregivers of the family. Nevertheless, more and more Guyanese women go to work just like the men.
What’s beautiful about Guyanese locals, especially the women, is their diversity. You can find them in various skin colors and even religious beliefs, but they are all very social people. They are easy to get along with, open-minded, and very friendly.