Join us as we explore the Guianas: Guyana, Suriname and an optional extension to French Guiana. Marvel at Kaieteur Falls, the highest single drop waterfall in the world and discover one of the greatest untouched rainforests left. This region is home to endangered species such as jaguar, giant anteater, giant river otter, tapir and so much more. Visit famous Karanambu Ranch, Rock View Lodge, Amerindian villages, and a canopy walkway in Guyana. In Suriname enjoy the spectacular scenery, wildlife and culture with a special two-night stay at the Anaula Nature Resort adjacent to Ferulassi Falls.
The Guiana Shield is a 1.7 billion year old Precambrian geological formation in northeast South America and is one of the regions of highest biodiversity in the world. The Shield has 1400 vertebrate species and 1680 bird species. The Shield is overlain by the largest expanse of undisturbed tropical rain forest in the world.
Spend time learning about the cultures of the region with visits to Amerindian and Maroon communities. This really is an untouched and totally unique part of South America
OR Group Departures:
1 double room
3 x yearly:
Post-tour to French Guiana