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Rewa Nature & Fishing Expedition (16 days / 15 nts)

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Rewa river | Rewa Nature & Fishing Expedition

Places Visited:
v/   Georgetown
v/   Pakaraima
v/   Annai
v/   Rupununi
v/   Bamboo Creek
v/   Corona Falls
v/   Kwetaro
v/   Rewa
v/   Iwokrama
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The Rewa River emanates in southern Guyana and runs north through primary rain forest to meet the white waters of the Rupununi River. It offers good wildlife and fishing, whilst staying in comfortable hammock camps because of its remoteness.

Day 1: Arrive in Guyana
Day 2: Annai
Day 3: Annai - Rupununi
Day 4: Bamboo Creek
Day 5: Bamboo Creek
Day 6: Corona
Days 7 - 8: Corona
Day 9: Corona - Kwetaro
Day 10: Kwetaro
Day 11: Kwetaro
Day 12: Kwetaro
Day 13: Kwetaro - Rewa - Rupununi
Day 14: Rewa - Annai
Day 15: Iwokram - Georgetown city
Day 16:Fly out from Georgetown


Day 1:  Arrive in Guyana
Arrive in Guyana and transfer to Georgetown.  Overnight at Cara Lodge.

(Included meals : N / A)
Day 2:  Annai
0915hrs transfer to Ogle Airstrip for a flight over rainforest and savannah to Rock View Lodge at Annai.  Afternoon to explore the foothills of the Pakaraima Mountains or nearby Amerindian villages.  Overnight Rock View Lodge. 

(Included meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Day 3:  Annai - Rupununi
Depart Annai at sunrise and travel down the Rupununi River by boat.  Giant Black Caiman, Giant River Otters, Jabiru Storks and many other species of birds that make this river home may be sighted.  By afternoon, the Rupununi River meets the Rewa River and we proceed up the Rewa. In late afternoon a hammock camp is struck on river bank. 

(Included meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Day 4:  Bamboo Creek
Awaken to the sound of Howler Monkeys and Macaws.  After breakfast proceed up river to Bamboo Creek, arriving in the afternoon and overnight in a hammock camp. 

(Included meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Day 5:  Bamboo Creek
Spend the day relaxing at Bamboo Creek, taking early morning or late afternoon walks on forest trails to birds and wildlife and experience the rainforest.  Fly or spin fish during the day for Peacock Bass, Arawana, Tiger Fish and Piranha, and at night, go for a river drift to spot Snakes, Paca, Caiman, and other nocturnal animals.  Overnight in a hammock camp. 

(Included meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Day 6:  Corona
Continue by boat to Corona Falls, a series of small cataracts ending with an impressive and wide fall of water.  Help pull the boat up a rapid and fall asleep in hammock camp listening to the sound of water rushing. 

(Included meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Days 7 - 8:  Corona
Two full days of exploring the Corona River and the waterfall.  Here you can spend your time looking for Amerindian rock carvings scattered around the falls, take forest walks, go for morning and afternoon drifts looking for wildlife, fish for Pacu (a vegetarian piranha that puts up an impressive fight in the fast water), as well as Payara, the majestic “Dracula” fish.  Overnight in a hammock camp. 

(Included meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Day 9:  Corona - Kwetaro
Depart Corona and drift down river looking for wildlife along the banks.  Anaconda, Tapir, Tyra, and Jaguar may be spotted as they come down to the river to drink, and the sights and sounds of forest birds are evident.  Tonight, camp below the Kwetaro River, on the “Kwetaro Backbone”.  Overnight in a hammock camp. 

(Included meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Day 10:  Kwetaro
Walk along a Rewa trail with a local guide in the forest, keeping an eye out for birds and animals.  Explore the forest and look for Peccaries, Monkeys, and forest birds.  You can learn about some of the trees and plants, and how to make a palm leaf backpack with the local guides.  Overnight in a hammock camp. 

(Included meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Day 11:  Kwetaro
Depart Kwetaro Backbone and travel down river to Fishpond.  Camp overlooking the pond and watch Arapaima swirling as they come to the surface to breathe.  Overnight in a hammock camp. 

(Included meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Day 12:  Kwetaro
Spend the day at Fishpond and surrounding area, fishing for Peacock Bass, Catfish, Swordfish, and Arawana.  Nature walk in the afternoon.  Overnight in a hammock camp. 

(Included meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Day 13:  Kwetaro - Rewa - Rupununi
Early breakfast and depart Fishpond.  Travel down the Rewa River back to the Rupununi River and stop at Rewa Village. Meet the Touchau (village chief) and visit the village. Overnight in this Amerindian village in a palm thatched guest house. 

(Included meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Day 14:  Rewa - Annai
Last day on the river. Depart Rewa after breakfast and travel back up river to Annai Landing. This is where the river journey ends; you have traveled 300 miles round trip, and visited one of the most remote and pristine forest areas in Guyana.  Say farewell to the river and travel up to Rock View Lodge. 

(Included meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Day 15:  Iwokram - Georgetown city
Before dawn transfer by 4x4 and travel northward into the Iwokrama Forest to the Iwokrama Canopy Walkway to experience the dawn chorus from 33M in the tree tops. Enjoy a picnic breakfast at the canopy before heading back to Annai. Lunch at Rock View Lodge. Afternoon flight to Georgetown. Enjoy an afternoon Georgetown city tour. Overnight at Cara Lodge. 

(Included meals : Breakfast, Lunch)
Day 16: Fly out from Georgetown
Transfer to the airport for your departing flight.

(Included meals : N / A)
 
Trip type:
  Private service