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Guyana: The Next Great Wild Water Destination

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This still-wild land of pristine Amazon rain forest holds 20 percent of the world's fresh water, numerous rivers, and one of the world's most powerful single-drop waterfalls. Guyana has a distinctly Caribbean culture, and it's the only English-speaking country in South America. With few roads, travel is restricted mainly to bush plane, motorized canoe, and overland truck, creating a truly back-to-nature adventure.
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Accessible only by a three-day overland and river journey or via a charter flight to a tiny airstrip, Kaieteur Falls, tucked in the heart of Guyana's pristine Amazon wilderness, is one of the world's most powerful single-drop waterfalls. And what...
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141 Fourth Street, Campbellville, Georgetown, Guyana
Whether you're interested in one day or two weeks, Wilderness Explorers makes getting around Guyana easy. Offering a number of hand-crafted itineraries to fit all budgets and adventure/fitness levels, they offer everything from a day trip to...
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Georgetown, Guyana
With just 34 rooms, and a fabulous breezy courtyard with a giant mango tree growing through it, the historic Cara Lodge feels intimate. It's a great spot to spend a night or two relaxing in Georgetown on either end of a journey into the country's...
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Most people access Karanambu by boat on the Rupununi River (although you can also arrive by bush plane), which runs walking distance from the remote lodge located just 30 miles from the Brazilian border. The home of conservationist Diane McTurk, a...
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Located deep in the heart of the Iwokrama Rainforest Preserve, Atta Rainforest Lodge is operated by Wilderness Explorers. It offers accommodation in eight simple, but still comfortable, rooms in a long brick building. Each is equipped with...
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Staying at Surama Eco-Lodge allows for an immersion experience into Amerindian culture and day-to-day life. You'll get to visit a local primary school and chat with the village elders. Located at the base of the Pakaraima Mountains in the Iwokrama...
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Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo, Guyana
Located between the Amerindian villages of Annai and Rupertee, where the Pakaraima foothills meet the tropical rainforest, Rock View Lodge is a great place to unwind after a few days of birdwatching on the nearby Rupununi River. Owned and managed...
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The Demerara River is smooth as glass before the speedboat starts, great for seeing the unspoiled jungle up close, and shown by people who coexist with the natural flora and fauna. It was about a 40-minute minibus ride from Georgetown to the river...
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Amazon, Charity, Guyana
Before you join the rat race, cement the bonds with an exploration designed to test your mettle. Black Tomato sent a group who had just passed the bar exam into Guyana’s remote Amazon, where they lived with Amerindian tribes, trekked through the...