Trekking in Guyana is to hike in an ancient natural world, where very few walkers have ever stepped foot.
Feel like an explorer of yore – hike to the table top Roraima Mountains, for views only a small number have seen.
The walk to the mighty Kaieteur Falls is another Guyana walk to appeal to the true adventurer.
Hike through pristine rainforest with expert, local guides, sometimes on pioneering trails in the dense vegetation.
On any trek in Guyana, the walking trails will put you as close as possible to some of the country’s elusive animals.
Keep an eye out for giant river otters, jaguars and anteaters and more – trekking in Guyana can be hard, but rewarding.
The Iwokrama River Lodge staff were exceptional, and overall I thought the guides everywhere were fantastic.
A. Thomson, Guyana
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The adventurous side was challenging on occasions which made their trip even more memorable.
All arrangements ran smoothly, so thank you for efforts in organising the trip.
G. Goedigebuur, Australia, June 2011
The holiday was great, fantastically organised beforehand and during, and everything went to plan. All the guides and hosts were welcoming and a lot of them went out of their way to accommodate our requests.
If Andean Trails go to my next destination, I shall be using them.
C. Ashbourne, UK, 2011
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