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This tranquil ecolodge is located close to the confluence of the Rupununi and Rewa Rivers, an area renowned for its diversity and abundance of wildlife.

The community-run lodge enjoys fine views of the Rewa River from a clearing on the riverbank. Accommodation consists of three cabins each with twin beds with mosquito nets, a large en suite bathroom with a sink, cold water shower and flushing toilet, and a large verandah with hammocks for relaxing.  Another two traditionally constructed benabs each contain two bedrooms with twin beds, which share three adjacent communal bathrooms with sink, cold water shower and flushing toilet.  

Delicious traditional meals are served in a large benab that contains the dining area, kitchen and a small bar. The main living area has a small library of wildlife guides, and you can purchase the traditional craftwork that is on display.  Breakfast is served at tables that overlook the river, and from your seat you might be able to see blue-and-yellow macaws, toucans and brown-backed bearded saki. The lodge is just a 10-minute walk from the local village, where you can visit the small primary school. Rewa offers a choice of activities, including boat trips along the river, a hike up Awarmie Mountain and excursions by dug-out canoe.

A combination of solar panels plus generator is used to generate power at the lodge, although electricity is not available 24 hours a day. All cabins and benabs have electricity with US-style two-prong, flat-pin sockets; and Wi-Fi internet – albeit at very slow speeds – is available if you need to access email.

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Key info

  • Available*: Oct-Apr * The dates shown are when the accommodation is generally available. Please enquire for specific availability.

Wildlife trips

This accommodation is featured in the following itinerary:

Lost Land of the Jaguar

This exceptional adventure penetrates the densely forested interior of Guyana, the ‘land of many waters’. Staying in Amerindian villages and former cattle ranches, you will travel by light aircraft, four-wheel-drive vehicle, dugout canoe, and on foot, discovering the rich and colourful birdlife and searching for jaguar.

  • When to go: Sep-Apr
  • Duration inc. flights: 13 days
  • Price inc. flights: From £5,445 pp
  • Trip type: Tailor-made trip idea
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Rewa

The remote Amerindian community of Rewa is located in the north Rupununi , at the confluence of the Rewa and Rupununi rivers. The village has a population of around 300 inhabitants, mostly made up of people from the indigenous Makushi tribe, along with a few Wapixani and Patamona families.

  • Where: Confluence of Rupununi & Rewa rivers
  • Ideal for viewing: jaguar, peccary, capybara, brown-backed bearded saki, giant armadillo
  • Excellent for: Walking safaris, Vehicle safaris, River safaris, Jaguar watching