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We spent a total of 2 weeks visiting ecolodges in the Rupununi Region. For a true wilderness experience, you can't beat Rewa. I highly recommend you support this Amerindian ecolodge which was built by and is managed by the Rewa Community. The lodge has gained...More
A wonderful, remote, get-away place alongside the Rewa River. This was the first of four eco-lodges we visited during our tour of Guyana. We were greeted by staff and offered very-welcome cold juice upon arrival. Thatched-roof cabins were perfect for couples or small family. Veranda...More
I took my wife, 10 yrs old daughter, 5yrs son and some friends to Rewa Ecolodge in Dec.2016 and it was an amazing EXPERIENCE. We were guided by Shun and Mildred in booking the trip. The food and service was awesome and we enjoyed every...More
This is one of the best lodges I have visited ever. Beautiful setting, wonderful people, great food.
Can be difficult to get to but absolutely worth it! A stay at the lodge with day trips is wonderful but a few nights camping on the river...More
During April I spent two nights at Rewa ecolodge, one of three resorts visited during a stay in Guyana.
I so wish I had spent another day or two there. A three-hour boat trip on the Rupununi river brought me to the lodge in the...More
Around two hours in a small plane to Lethem or Annai, then a 4X4 to the Rapunini river near Rock view and finally a very pleasant two to four hour trip in a motorised canoe to Rewa. You can do it in a day. Watch out for a... More
Around two hours in a small plane to Lethem or Annai, then a 4X4 to the Rapunini river near Rock view and finally a very pleasant two to four hour trip in a motorised canoe to Rewa. You can do it in a day. Watch out for a sunburnt face in the canoe.