Guyana Nature Experience


Immerse yourself in nature, spotting exotic wildlife, marvelling at natural wonders and learning of life and culture in the tropical rainforest as you explore the very best of Guyana. Visit Kaieteur and Orinduik Falls, trek through Iwokrama Rainforest, travel by boat along rivers, swim in the cool waters and witness unforgettable sunrises. There are plenty of options for adventure seekers with canopy walkways and mountain hikes to spectacular view points. In amongst all the fascinating wildlife you may get the chance to see the elusive jaguar in its natural habitat. Stay in the Makushi village of Surama before exploring the savannahs in search of giant river otters, giant anteaters and black caiman. This is a trip that will never be forgotten with beautiful photos capturing your memories forever.




01-Dec-2018 , 12-Jan-2019 , 02-Mar-2019 , 04-May-2019 , 10-Aug-2019 , 07-Sep-2019 , 05-Oct-2019 , 09-Nov-2019 , 07-Dec-2019
14 Days


Inclusions & Details

Accommodation Standard

Airport transfers
Double or twin accommodation
Meals as listed
Limited local bar at Karanambu Lodge
All road and river transfers
Internal flights in Guyana
Activities as described
Local guides
Kaieteur National Park fee
Iwokrama Forest User Fee
Iwokrama Canopy Walkway fee


Not Included:
Items of a personal nature
Alcoholic drinks except where mentioned above
Departure tax
International flights

Difficulty Rating 2 (light adventure)
Single Surcharge

FROM US$655 - Subject to season and availability, contact us for more details. 


Passengers traveling on internal flights in Guyana are allowed a free baggage allowance of 20 lbs/9.1 KG exceeding this weight passenger's will incur a cost of GY$145.00 equivalent to US$ 0.74 cents per pound.

Minimum 4 persons to operate the trip, maximum of 10 persons.

Price Dependent upon

Season of Availability


Chimu Adventures undertakes a number of sustainability measures within its operations including:

1) Only using local guides and office staff to both maximise local employment opportunities and minimise carbon footprints. Local guides also ensure you benefit from the intimate knowledge, passion and culture of the country you’re visiting.

2) Where possible, using locally owned and operated boutique hotels to maximise the return to the local community.

3) Chimu’s “Pass it on” programme has provided funding to hundreds of local community projects in Latin America. Our aim is to empower local communities, helping them to develop their own infrastructure for the future. Since 2006, we have been working with Kiva (a well-known Non-Governmental Organisation), providing hundreds of loans to local businesses all over South America.

4) In our pre tour information we provide a range of tips and advice on how to minimise your impact on both local environments and communities.

5) Chimu Adventures’ offices also take a number of sustainability measures including carbon offsets for company vehicles and most staff travel. Chimu Adventure’s internal processes are also structures to create a paperless office and to reduce waste. There are also internal programmes to help staff minimise their carbon footprint such as our staff bike purchase assistance plan which encourages office staff to commute to work via bicycle. Currently almost half of our office based staff commute to work via bicycle.

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Accommodation & Pricing

Standard GUTSGNE-STD AUD 8185

The below hotels are our preferred options for the respective tour standards mentioned above. Hotels can easily be changed at the customers request. We also note that in some cases our preferred hotels may be unavailable and in those circumstances we may need to provide an alternative hotel of a similar standard.

 Caiman House & Research Center - Guyana
Standard Room
Seven modest but comfortable guest rooms are situated around a central lounge area in the lodge behind the research centre. Guest rooms feature comfortable beds and attached bathrooms with flush toilets and running water. Caiman House Field Station and the Guest House are powered 24 hours a day by a large solar system. The entire station is served by wireless internet access.
 Karanambu Ranch - Guyana
Standard Room
Karanambu Lodge is comprised of six traditionally made clay brick and thatched cabins that can accommodate a maximum of 12 guests. Each private cabin sleeps two people and includes a private bathroom, veranda with hammocks and complimentary turn down and laundry daily. Electricity is solar-powered with a back-up generator.
 Rock View Lodge - Guyana
Standard Room
The lodge has eight comfortable rooms with en-suites and featuring a patio and hammock. Meals are served in the dining room under the mango trees with most of the produce being grown on the property. There is a pool set in the gardens, a welcome respite on a hot day.
 Surama Eco Lodge - Guyana
Standard Room
Located at the western edge of Surama Village, the Surama Eco-lodge provides simple, clean, comfortable accommodation. Village residents work at the lodge, preparing food and looking after the guests. The lodge features four guest cottages built in the traditional grass-roof Makushi style that surround the main community cottage. The cottages have private bathrooms, mosquito screening, mosquito nets for the beds and solar-powered lighting. There is also a four room guest cabin with the same features. The main community cabin is built on 2 levels and includes an open-air dining area, an upstairs sun deck and an area for cultural performances.
 Atta Rainforest Lodge - Guyana
Standard Room
Atta Rainforest Lodge is 500 metres from the base of the Canopy Walkway, offering comfortable private-room accommodation with en-suite bathrooms, delicious home-cooked meals and traditional Amerindian hospitality. The lodge is completely surrounded by tropical rainforest. The main building is open sided with views across the gardens to the towering forest on all sides and houses the bar, dining area and kitchen.
 Iwokrama River Lodge - Guyana
Standard Room
The lodge overlooks the Essequibo River. Accommodation is offered in eight spacious timber cabins with shingle roofs, bathroom facilities and veranda overlooking the river. Running water and flush toilets are standard, however water is not heated (and rarely desired in the tropical heat). Electricity is provided by a combination of solar and diesel generator systems, and wireless internet access is provided for free in the main building. Meals are served buffet-style in the Fred Allicock dining hall, where you can mingle with the rangers, administrative and scientific staff.
 Cara Lodge - Guyana
Standard Room
Built in the 1840's, Cara Lodge originally consisted of two houses. It is one of the oldest and grandest structures in Georgetown, with a long and romantic history. It was the home of the first Lord Mayor of Georgetown and over the years, the property has been visited by many dignitaries including King Edward VII who stayed at the house in 1923, President Jimmy Carter, HRH Prince Charles, HRH Prince Andrew and Mick Jagger. The rooms all reflect the traditional building style of Guyana and feature traditional Demerara Shutters and polished wooden floors. The rooms have en-suite bathrooms, air conditioning, international direct dial telephone, TV, hair dryer, iron and ironing board, mini bar and complimentary tea and coffee making facilities. The Executive rooms and suites also offer complimentary in-room internet access.

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