Awala-Yalimapo is a coastal town in Guyana, populated mainly Kali'na (one of six American Indian tribes in Guiana).
Since the last census, this county has about 1,200 inhabitants.
Covering more than 18 000 hectares, a very large and ecologically diverse (sand dunes, mangroves, marshes, etc.).
Municipality since 1988, is one of the youngest common and most dynamic of Guyana, she regularly hosts major events (Kali'na Games Day, cassava, Festival Kiyapane ...).