A tour of Guyana takes you to remote rainforests and savannas to observe rare wildlife in a totally wild, untouched environment. The big draw is the rainforest and wildlife, but Guyana's mix of Afro-Caribbean, indigenous, and European roots and traditions creates a very interesting and unique cultural diversity as well. Guyana is accessed via Georgetown, but most opt to head to the jungle and stay in an eco-lodge for the ultimate Guyana rainforest experience. Visit Kaieteur Falls, the world’s highest free-falling waterfall. Kaieteur is a massive, thundering waterfall 100 meters wide, created as the Potaro River makes a sheer drop of 228 meters, almost five times the height of Niagara Falls. One of Adventure Life's Guyana experts will help you plan the perfect trip to Guyana, contact us today
For the truly adventurous, camp in the rainforest and learn how to build shelter, make fire, and find food on a day-long rainforest survival training course. Your indigenous guide will show you how to make fire with natural materials and teach you how to fish and hunt using traditional local methods. Make a “wabini”, an elevated platform, from where you can make a base to observe the wildlife and spend the night in your own shelter. Sound amazing? Check out our Guyana Jungle Survival trip!