Shortly after arriving, the Prince was transported to the Ministry of the Presidency where he engaged with President David Granger and other government officials, before proceeding to the Independence Arch where he laid a wreath in honour of those who lost their lives during the two World Wars.
Prince Harry is expected to attend this evening, a reception hosted by the British High Commissioner Greg Quinn at his residence.
Prince Harry will then make a trip to Kaieteur Falls to experience the single largest free-fall waterfall in the world. The Prince will also embark on a short trek through the jungle to reach the falls with local guides who will explain the local flora and fauna of the area.
On the December 4, he is scheduled to visit the Joshua Children’s Home, followed by a visit to the First Lady, Sandra Granger. He will then conclude his visit to Guyana by departing from Guyana via the Eugene F. Correia International Airport.
His exodus from Guyana will conclude his two-week tour in the Caribbean, on the Queens business, that saw him travel to Antigua and Barbuda, Grenada, St Kitts and Nevis, St Lucia, St Vincent and the Grenadines, as well as Barbados.
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