Look for the largest eagle in the world - the Harpy Eagle.
Plenty of bird species to see, including the Cock-of-the-rock and its lek.
Visit the famous Iwokrama Research Centre.
Travel deep into pristine rainforest of Guyana.
We especially enjoyed our time at Iwokrama given that there were so many options of things to see and do.
L. Cushion, Guyana
Arrive in Guyana. Georgetown, transfer to hotel
Flight to Annai. Transfer to Surama. Overnight Surama Guest House (B,L,D)
Hike and birdwatching around Surama (B,L,D)
Surama Mountain, birdwatching, Burro Burro river, overnight at Carahaa Camp (B,L,D)
Morning river paddle boat. Afternoon Iwokrama Forest. Overnight at Atta Rainforest Camp (B,L,D)
Wowetta Amerindian village. Rock View Lodge Annai (B,L,D)
Choice of morning activity. Afternoon Georgetown city tour. Overnight Cara Lodge (B,L)
Transfer to airport, tour ends (B)
Airport transfer, double or twin accommodation (one single for odd sized groups), camping equipment, meals as indicated, local bar at Rock View Lodge, internal flights, all road and river transport, local guides, hotel tax,activities as described, Iwokrama Forest User fee, Iwokrama Canopy Walkway User fee.
International flights (we can look for these) Items of personal nature, alcoholic drinks except where mentioned above, departure tax.
Prices From $3,219 / £2,682 per person
Daily departures, year round
Guideline price only, based on two people
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Prices From $5,370 / £4,475 per person
Dates: From October 2019 to December 2020
Duration: 14 days
Capacity: 10 people
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Prices From $3,400 / £2,833 per person
Duration: 11 days
Capacity: 16 people
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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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