Region: Guyana Interior

Iwokrama River Lodge

Located right on the edge of the Essequibo River, surrounded by huge swathes of pristine rainforest

Kaieteur Falls

With a single drop of 741 feet, the falls are five times the height of Niagara yet with virtually no infrastructure and only visited by a handful of tourists each year. Kaieteur is most impressive in the rainy season when billions of gallons of water cascade over the falls creating a breathtaking fusion of noise, … Continued

Surama Eco-lodge

A rustic but comfortable property within the Makushi community village set in savannah bordered by beautiful virgin rainforest

Rock View Lodge

Located in the Pakaraima Mountain range, surrounded by savannah and rainforest-topped hills

Iwokrama Rainforest Reserve

Established to protect and manage a huge, one million-acre rainforest reserve, Iwokrama holds records for the number of its bat (90) and fresh water fish (420) species. There have been over 500 species of birds recorded including five of macaw, 24 species of hummingbirds, and 29 species of raptors (including harpy eagle, crested eagle and … Continued

Rock View

Surrounded by stunning savannah and rainforest-topped hills (part of the Pakaraima Mountains range) this working ranch offers comfortable accommodation, swimming pool, private animal collection and extensive wildlife-filled tropical gardens.

Eco Resort Inn

A statuesque former colonial townhouse with plenty of period features, situated in the capital of Suriname


Located in the heart of Guyana, the Macushi Amerindian village of Surama is set in savannah ringed by the forested Pakaraima Mountains. The inhabitants still observe traditional practises which maintain a peaceful co-existence with nature. Dawn hikes in the savannahs and mountains led by Surama guides, who convey a profound understanding of nature and its … Continued

Atta Rainforest Lodge

Set in the wildlife rich Iwokrama forest and close to the base of the impressive Iwokrama Canopy Walkway

Rewa Eco Lodge

A community tourism project run by the friendly Makushi tribe at their village of Rewa