Wild Guyana

Wild Guyana
October 30, 2019
10 Days
Overland Adventure
12 Guests
From $8,980

Additional Departure: October 5, 2018

Cock-of-the-rock, Guyana

Expedition Highlights

  • Search Guyana’s rainforest, rivers, and savanna for rare and endangered species, such as giant anteaters, black caiman, harpy eagles, giant river otters, and the elusive jaguar. 
  • Enjoy spectacular birding throughout your journey with over 600 recorded species in the Karanambu alone.  
  • Witness the awesome power of Kaieteur Falls, the world’s highest single-drop waterfall.
  • Stay in remote wilderness areas, including the Surama Eco-Lodge, an inspiring eco-tourism project that is owned and operated by the indigenous Macushi tribe. 
  • Tour Georgetown, Guyana’s charming capital city. 

Expedition Team

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    September 5, 2017 | Blog Post

    They settled in Guyana upward of 3,000 years ago, producing masterful carvings, ceramics, and reed basketwork. They were known as fierce warriors, aggressively protecting their territory in northern South America, as well as the island region that now bears their name, the Caribbean.

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