RAMESH Shibsahai, 59, who operates the Mahaica River Birding Tours, in a current interview with the Guyana Chronicle, revealed that, as the results of the pandemic on companies are eased, main growth is deliberate for the touring firm.
Shibsahai, who was born in West Coast Berbice and later settled in Biaboo, Region 5 (Mahaica-Berbice), bought his begin in farming from an early age after following in his father’s footsteps.
He continues to farm but additionally finds time to function the River Tour firm for over 15 years, and conducts bird-sighting excursions alongside the river, fishing excursions, together with boating companies.
Shibsahai stated there are over 150 completely different species of birds recognized alongside the Mahaica River.
On common excursions, some 35 to 50 completely different chicken species are simply noticeably.
“We get some chance to see the river otters, we get the howler monkeys, we got a few different monkeys and so on too and the main attraction here is the national bird — the Canje Pheasant,” Shibsahai stated in an interview with this writer.
Adding to his enterprise, he hopes to construct a brand new waterfront deck which can permit friends of the tour to get pleasure from meals on the waterfront earlier than or after occurring the excursions.
“We want to actually put in two cabins later on too; if I develop and look at the business and see how it goes, I expand from there as well,” stated Shibsahai. With additional growth, progress of tourism within the Biaboo space is predicted. Contact Ramesh on (592) 621-7332.