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Georgetown, Guyana
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Reviewed 6 January 2018

We came for just 3 days. I'd recommend staying longer, since the journey to get there is pretty long (we flew into Lethem, were driven to Annai, and traveled by boat from Kwatamang Landing to Rewa,) but the place was fantastic once we got there....More

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Reviewed 27 August 2017

It is a little out of the way even for Guyana, I highly record this place. Sadly, the Harpies had disappeared from the local nest BUT I did a great overnight camp to see Goliath Spiders. Contact me for more info. One night the stars...More

1  Thank Douglas C
Reviewed 7 May 2017

We spent a total of 2 weeks visiting ecolodges in the Rupununi Region. For a true wilderness experience, you can't beat Rewa. I highly recommend you support this Amerindian ecolodge which was built by and is managed by the Rewa Community. The lodge has gained...More

Thank Carol C
Reviewed 1 May 2017

A wonderful, remote, get-away place alongside the Rewa River. This was the first of four eco-lodges we visited during our tour of Guyana. We were greeted by staff and offered very-welcome cold juice upon arrival. Thatched-roof cabins were perfect for couples or small family. Veranda...More

Thank Sue L
Reviewed 4 January 2017

I took my wife, 10 yrs old daughter, 5yrs son and some friends to Rewa Ecolodge in Dec.2016 and it was an amazing EXPERIENCE. We were guided by Shun and Mildred in booking the trip. The food and service was awesome and we enjoyed every...More

1  Thank Ryan R
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Guyana > Demerara-Mahaica > Georgetown
Also Known As
Rewa Eco Hotel Georgetown
Rewa Eco Lodge Guyana/Georgetown
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Response from Ashlee K | Reviewed this property |
Around two hours in a small plane to Lethem or Annai, then a 4X4 to the Rapunini river near Rock view and finally a very pleasant two to four hour trip in a motorised canoe to Rewa. You can do it in a day. Watch out for a... More
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"The wifi is very basic (you are in the middle of the jungle after all). You'll be able to chek your email..."
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"All rooms are good, nearer the office area is better for the wifi signal."
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"You can choose to stay in a hammock, a room in a benab with shared bathroom, or in an en suite cabin. All are..."
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