The population of the village is 75 (1994 figure) in about 30 households (2002 figure). The inhabitants are all Amerindians including members of the Macchusi, Carib and Patamona tribes, who have maintained much of their culture without any racial integration.
Maicobi is managed by a Village Captain, a Vice Captain and five councilors.
The village has two shops and a primary school.
Access to the village is via the Potaro River.
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