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Iwokrama Canopy Walkway

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+592 227 7698
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Exciting and rectal tightening

Not for the feint hearted but exhilarating. Plenty of birds on occasions and great forest views... read more

Reviewed 7 July 2017
John G
Jamberoo, Australia
via mobile
Great view of the rain forest

Ideally you want to do the Canopy Tour at dawn. We were there around noon so it was not as good... read more

Reviewed 29 June 2017
Sacramento, Ca
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The Iwokrama Canopy Walkway is a series of suspension bridges and decks of up to 30 metres in height and 154 metres in length, located in the Iwokrama Forest. It gives visitors a new view of the mid and upper canopy of the forest and allows wildlife to be relatively free from human intrusion.At the base of the canopy walkway is Atta Rainforest Lodge, resting amidst towering trees and grassy lawns. The lodge provides comfortable accommodation with 10 private rooms, three home-cooked meals per day, and ample opportunities to explore the surrounding rainforest by foot, canoe, or 4X4.
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Reviewed 7 July 2017 via mobile

Not for the feint hearted but exhilarating. Plenty of birds on occasions and great forest views. Worth doing.the guide was really knowledgeable.

Thank John G
Reviewed 29 June 2017

Ideally you want to do the Canopy Tour at dawn. We were there around noon so it was not as good, but with the amount of birds that we heard ( did not see them very well ), I could guess what it would have...More

Thank nidan196
Reviewed 13 March 2017

You climb two hundred steps to get to the start and the walkways are quite wobbly, but easily accessed. There are two of them that lead to a platform thirty metres above the ground and right up with the canopy. Excellent view of the canopy...More

Thank Anthony S
Reviewed 2 March 2017

We took the bus ride from Georgetown to the Lodge. It was a 13 hour trip with 2 stops on the way and a river crossing nonetheless an interesting experience and we actually saw a jaguar crossing the dirt road on route. The canopy is...More

2  Thank William G
Reviewed 8 February 2017

This is a well constructed high canopy walkway with with 3 viewing platforms that get you as near to the canopy and its birds as one could reasonably expect. On a good day the birding would be fabulous.

Thank andrew c
Reviewed 10 January 2017

Definitely worth the short walk. We were bird watching and sat for hours. It would be good if they could extend it

Thank sallymcm
Reviewed 6 January 2017

We visited in Dec.2016, it was a wonderful canopy walk over 100 ft. high. It was a bit rainy, we heard the Howler monkeys and many different species of plats were seen. The canopy walk was awesome and we enjoyed it very much.

Thank Ryan R
Reviewed 7 December 2016

Half has gone as a tree fell on it. Safe enough but need a good flock of birds passing through to make it interesting

Thank steve e
Reviewed 5 December 2016

Nice but very short. However, an excellent guide made up for any shortcomings. Also the attached Atta lodge is very nice. Could use some benches on the main viewing platform

Thank jeve1
Reviewed 1 November 2016

The walkway is reached after an uphill walk through the rainforest, part of which is a little difficult to navigate. The walkway itself is well constructed but there is a lot of canopy above it. Like most birding a visit at dusk or dawn would...More

Thank PaulBartlett
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