Just 35 minutes from Georgetown or 5 minutes from Cheddi Jagan International Airport. The journey across the Demerara River takes only minutes, before you enter the waters of meandering Kumuni Creek. The 45-minute 'Disney-like' boat ride takes you past the Aratack and the Santa Mission Reservation.
Baganara is one of the 365 islands on the Essequibo River. Your day starts with an exhilarating speedboat ride up to the Essequibo after crossing the Demerara Floating Bridge, and includes brief stops along the river at Fort Island, Shanklands Resort, Bartica and Marshall Falls. Baganara is a single traditional-style house.
A magnificent taste of what Guyana has to offer all in one place. This breathtaking resort offers luxury vacations in tranquil villas, a man-made lake for an array of aqua sports and sporting facilities for fun under the sun, bars, restaurant and conference and banquet halls.
Several distinct features of Saxacalli promotes the area as a prime tourism site, principal among them the unique beachfront of the village reputed to be the best beach along this section of the Essequibo River. In addition there are a number of interesting creeks as well as islands and rock outcrops, which add to the landscape, and scenery of the village.
KARANAMBU RANCH is located in the north Rupununi between the Pakaraima and Kanuku Mountains . The ranch has a community feeling with accommodation in individual palm thatched twin bedded huts shaded by huge mango trees. Each has a bathroom and a verandah .
The Government of Guyana has allocated 360,000 hectares of rain forest for the Iwokrama Programme which was launched in 1990. Its mission statement - "To demonstrate that tropical rain forests can be both conserved and equitably utilized yielding ecological, economic and social benefits to the people of Guyana and the international community.
DADANAWA, Guyana's largest working cattle ranch, covers 2,000 miles of the southern Rupununi and enjoys a wonderful vista of the Kanuku Mountains. The hardy barefoot vacqueros, the several Amerindian villages on the ranch and the other personalities of Dadanawa make this Guyanese Wild West experience a unique one.
Rock View is close to the Annai airstrip. The resort offers a taste of both Guyana and Brazil, with a bilingual staff and cuisine from both countries. Bird watching, fishing, pony trekking, nature and adventure tours are all a part of the offering at Rock View Lodge.
Getting to Timberhead involves a trip to the jetty at Timehri, which is just 35 minutes from Georgetown or 5 minutes from Cheddi Jagan International Airport. From here, you are plunged rapidly into another world.
Caiman House Field Station is: a field station for ecological research and educational programmes; The headquarters of Rupununi Learners Incorporated; The office of Yupukari Crafters; The location of the Yupukari Public Library; A comfortable, rustic guest house for travelers, researchers and students.
Owned by Frank Singh of Rainforest Tours, Amatuk Retreat is located on an island directly between the gold mining town of Madhia and the magnificent Kaieteur Falls. It provides a feel of genuine rustic rainforest life with just the basic ammenities. Definitley for the adventurous and those looking to connect with nature.
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