Imbaimadai is known for its gold, diamond and other precious mineral deposits, as well as for its natural environment, mountains that are part of the Pakaraima range, its waterfalls and its forests.
It is situated at an elevation of 507 metres (1666 ft).
- "Minister Trotman promises new mining land to Imbaimadai residents", Guyana Government Information Agency (GINA), 25 August 2016.
- "Imbaimadai: Not just a missing town",Guyana Times International, 19 January 2018.
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