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Rewa Eco-Lodge is a community-run eco-lodge in the heart of Guyana, a country of stunning natural beauty and cultural diversity. Located at the confluence of the Rewa and Rupununi rivers, Rewa Eco-Lodge is a place where you can immerse yourself in the pristine wilderness and the authentic lifestyle of the Makushi people. This eco-lodge offers a range of accommodation options, from private cabins to traditional cottages to safari tents, all built with local materials and featuring views of the river or the forest. Whether you are looking for an adventure, a relaxation or a cultural experience, Rewa Eco-Lodge has something for you.
The accommodation at Rewa Eco-Lodge is simple but comfortable, with beds, wardrobes, towels and toiletries provided. The bathrooms are shared and have hot showers. The cabins and cottages have private balconies or verandas, where you can enjoy the fresh air and the sounds of nature. The tents are located on the riverbank, with double beds and mosquito nets. All accommodation options have free WiFi access at the main building, where you can also enjoy delicious meals, drinks and entertainment.
The eco-lodge offers a variety of facilities and activities to make your stay enjoyable and memorable. You can relax in the hammock area, play games or read books in the lounge area, watch cable TV or visit the gift shop. You can also join one of the many activities on offer, such as fishing, canoeing, hiking, birdwatching, wildlife spotting or cultural tours. You can also explore the surrounding area by bike or on foot, visit the local village and market, or take a guided tour to the nearby Kaieteur Falls, the world’s highest single-drop waterfall.
Rewa Eco-Lodge is not only a place to have fun, but also a place to make a difference. The eco-lodge is part of a social enterprise that supports various social and environmental projects in Guyana. The eco-lodge uses solar power and rainwater harvesting systems, recycles waste and composts organic materials, grows its own fruits and vegetables, and sources most of its products locally. The eco-lodge also employs local staff and provides them with training and education opportunities. The eco-lodge supports several initiatives that benefit the local community, such as building schools and health centres, providing scholarships and micro-loans, promoting women’s empowerment and cultural preservation, and protecting wildlife and biodiversity.
Rewa Eco-Lodge is located in Nyakinama village, in the North Rupununi region of Guyana. This region is known for its natural beauty and cultural diversity. You can find stunning landscapes of rivers, lakes, forests and savannahs, as well as rich wildlife such as arapaima (the largest freshwater fish in the world), jaguars, caimans, monkeys and birds. You can also experience the vibrant culture of Guyana by visiting local villages and markets, attending festivals and ceremonies, or watching dances and music performances.
To get to Rewa Eco-Lodge, you need to fly to Georgetown (the capital of Guyana) from your international destination (such as Brazil or Suriname), then take another flight to Annai (about 1 hour). From Annai airport (also known as Rock View airport), you can take a taxi or arrange a transfer to Rewa Eco-Lodge (about 2 hours).
The room rate at Rewa Eco-Lodge starts from $100 USD per night for camping (tent hire included), $150 USD per night for a cabin (breakfast included), $200 USD per night for a cottage (breakfast included), or $250 USD per night for a safari tent (breakfast included), depending on the season. The room capacity ranges from 1 to 4 people per room or tent. The eco-lodge welcomes children of all ages (with special rates for kids under 12) and offers babysitting services if needed. The eco-lodge is accessible by road only (no air or water access).
- Community led or owned
- Up to 2
- Up to 4
- Cultural visit
- Wildlife watching