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GeographyGuyana is geographically part of the Caribbean, this is the mainland Caribbean where not only do they share the Caribbean culture but at least one shore is washed by the Caribbean Sea. Suriname and Belize are also included. Contrary to popular belief the Caribbean does not only consist of islands but also countries of the South American mainland.

Guyana is definitley culturaly, historicaly and geographically part of the Caribbean.

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Guyana is one of a few mainland territories of South America that is considered to be a part of the Caribbean region. So thats what i have for now.


It is not in the Caribbean Sea. It is not an island. It does have a coast near the Caribbean Sea but really on the Atlantic Ocean. The coast of Guyana is outside the accepted boundary of the Caribbean Sea.


Mainland territories in the Caribbean are countries that belong to the Caribbean, but are on the Central and South American continents such as Suriname, Guyana, French Guiana and Belize.Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Venezuela, Colombia, and all other countries on South America are NOT part of the Caribbean.


It's located along the Caribbean, near Colombia, Guyana and the northern part of Brazil.



Guyana is actually located on the south American continent between Venezuela and surinam


in a country called guyana in South America not the Caribbean. GUYANA is in SOUTH AMERICA


Yes it is CLOSE to the caribbean. However it's northern coast is on the Atlantic. Guyana is on the mainland of South America, unlike the Caribbean islands. However, culturally, Guyana is very similar to the Caribbean, in that they speak a form of English, unlike the rest of SA which is Spanish and Portuguese (Brazil), and the food and music is very similar to that of the Caribbean islands.


Belize and Guyana as former British colonies and Suriname as a former Dutch colony have many cultural ties to islands [the West Indies] colonized by the British and Dutch in the Caribbean Sea. The Caribbean Sea washes upon Belize's coastline.All three countries belong to the economic organization Caribbean Community [CARICOM]. CARICOM's headquarters are in Georgetown, Guyana. All three countries also belong to the Association of Caribbean States [ACS]. The ACS emphasizes the Caribbean region to promote cooperation in natural disasters, tourism, trade, and transport.


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Yes, Suriname is considered part of the Caribbean. Belize and Guyana as former British colonies and Suriname as a former Dutch colony have many cultural ties to islands [the West Indies] colonized by the British and Dutch in the Caribbean Sea. The Caribbean Sea washes upon Belize's coastline.All three countries belong to the economic organization Caribbean Community [CARICOM]. CARICOM's headquarters are in Georgetown, Guyana. All three countries also belong to the Association of Caribbean States [ACS]. The ACS emphasizes the Caribbean region to promote cooperation in natural disasters, tourism, trade, and transport.


The Caribbean Sea is closest to Guyana, but its coast is on the Atlantic Ocean. See the related question below.


yes so is Suriname and Belize are also non islands that are in the Caribbean/ west indies



Newfoundland, the Caribbean, and Guyana


No. It has a coastline on the Caribbean Sea, between Venezuela and Suriname.


No, Guyana is part of the South American Continent.


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Belize, Guyana, French Guinea, Suriname


it can be found in cuba,guyana,jamaica,and a little in grenada


5 countries located in the Caribbean are Jamaica , Barbados , Guyana , Antigua and Barbuda and Suriname


Columbia, Venezuela and MAYbe Guyana touch the Caribbean Sea, but Brazil does not. Its coastline is along the Pacific Ocean.



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