Read All About It: Try This Remote Guyana Jungle Lodge

April 29, 2019 - 1 minute read

Rewa village is nestled in the heart of the Guyanese jungle and was founded in 1961 during the rubber tree industry boom. Above, the village’s eco lodge, which is only accessible by boat

The Daily Mail (UK) recently featured a travel story on getting away from it all by staying at a remote jungle eco-lodge in the Guyana rainforest which can only be reached by boat.

Quotable quote: “Talk about off the beaten track. If you want to stay at the Rewa Eco-Lodge in Guyana you’ll need to go to considerable trouble. The only way of reaching it is to take a chartered plane from the Guyanese capital of Georgetown to Annai, two hours away, then travel by boat for a couple of hours along the Rewa River.

“The effort is well worth it, though, because the lodge, set up in 2005, is in a jaw-droppingly pristine tract of jungle and is run by the community of neighboring Rewa village, which is intriguing to say the least.”

Read the rest of the story by Sadie Whitelocks here


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