This classic adventure tour takes in many of the highlights of Guyana: visit Kaieteur Falls before travelling to Iwokrama for jungle hikes, boat trips, the Iwokrama Canopy Walkway, and the chance to see the elusive jaguar. Stay in the Makushi village of Surama before going into the savannahs in search of giant river otters, giant anteaters and black caiman. Get ready for a intense adventure and wilderness trip!
Arrival transfer to your hotel.
Board your flight to Kaieteur Falls, the world’s highest free-falling waterfall.
Morning flight to Lethem. Transfer across the Rupununi Savannah to Karanambu Lodge. Afternoon excursion looking for Giant River Otters.
Early start to reach an area which is home to a population of Giant Ant Eaters. Evening excursions from the lodge.
Travel along the Rupununi River by boat spotting various wildlife along the way. This afternoon arrive to your accommodation in the Amerindian village of Surama
Rise before dawn for a walk across the savannah. This afternoon paddle on the Burro Burro River for opportunities to observe giant river otters, tapir and spider monkeys.
Transfer to the Atta Rainforest Lodge in Iwokrama Forest with activities along the way. The lodge offers a 154 metre long canopy walkway.
Early morning canopy walk. Transfer to The Iwokrama forest in search of the illusive Jaguar before a flight to Georgetown this afternoon.
Fly to Paramaribo and enjoy a walking tour of the UNESCO World Heritage listed city. Evening sunset dolphin tour.
Travel by road to Atjoni. A boat will take us to Anaula Nature Resort at the foot of the Ferulassi falls. This evening search for Caiman
Visit New Aurora for a guided tour through the village. Meet the local people and learn about their unique way of living. This evening enjoy traditional dancing performances.
Free morning to choose from activities on offer. Return to Paramaribo this afternoon
Full-day tour of Paramaribo’s colonial plantations and museums.
Transfer to the airport for departing flights. Option to extend your trip with a visit to French Guiana – contact one of our expert consultants for more information.