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Rewa Eco Lodge

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

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 fame as a place to catch and release fish for arapaima in the fall. Be...

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Cupertino, California
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

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 with hammock, two beds with intact mosquito nets (very important in malaria country). Private en...

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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 moment there! We saw lots of black caiman in the night, did some fishing and...

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1Thank Ryan R
Georgetown, Guyana
Reviewed 5 December 2016

This is one of the best lodges I have visited ever. Beautiful setting, wonderful people, great food. Can be difficult to get to but absolutely worth it! A stay at the lodge with day trips is wonderful but a few nights camping on the river is a once in a lifetime experience

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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 2 July 2016

During April I spent two nights at Rewa ecolodge, one of three resorts visited during a stay in Guyana. I so wish I had spent another day or two there. A three-hour boat trip on the Rupununi river brought me to the lodge in the capable hands of my guide Jonah and the young man who steered the motorised canoe...

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5Thank Ashlee K
Godalming, United Kingdom
Reviewed 20 October 2015

This was my last stop as part of a 11 day trip through the Rupunnuni and was one of the highlights. The cabins and clean, cool (surprising for somewhere with no air con or fans) and comfortable and the the 'outdoor' bathrooms inspired. The staff, as with everywhere i stayed in the region were gracious, skilled and efficient and the...

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Seattle, Washington
Reviewed 17 March 2015

I spent a week at Rewa Eco Lodge, and was very impressed with the way the local village came together to construct this gem in the middle of the jungle. The staff really make you feel welcome. Wildlife is everywhere - birds, otters, capybara, caiman, and howler monkeys that I woke up hearing most mornings. The food was great and...

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5Thank Alpinetrout
Ottawa, Canada
Reviewed 15 February 2015

We consider our stay in Rewa as one of our best so far. Great location on the bank of Rewa river, deep in the jungle, offers plenty of opportunities to explore and see the wildlife. We did not have to leave the lodge to see tarantulas, snakes, birds, monkeys, giant river otters and the resident caiman. Rooms clean and spacious,...

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8Thank Tomek_Wojcicki
St. Maarten, Neth. Antilles
Reviewed 4 December 2014

Rewa Eco Lodge is for the outdoors type. It is located far into the Guyanese wilderness - 1 1/2 hours by small plane. For the fisherman - this is heaven as well as for nature lovers in general. The staff is very helpful although shy. The food ranges between good and great and features some local favorites. The accommodations are...

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3Thank Lukanani
Brussels
Reviewed 22 July 2014

Rewa eco-lodge is deep in the Rupununi jungle of Guyana. A place to see jaguar, monkeys, caiman, birds, giant otters - but make sure you visit in the dry season, as in the rainy season the animals spread far and wide in the flooded jungle and are much harder to find. Excellent guides. Beautiful, comfortable cabins, and even wifi.

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Additional Information about Rewa Eco Lodge

Address: Georgetown, Guyana
Region: Guyana > Demerara-Mahaica > Georgetown
Number of rooms: 5
Also Known As:
Rewa Eco Hotel Georgetown
Rewa Eco Lodge Guyana/Georgetown
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“Request a private bungalow.”
Lukanani, 4 Dec 2014 | Read review
“The wifi is very basic (you are in the middle of the jungle after all). You'll be able to chek your email but don't plan on sreaming video or using skype”
bob112112, 20 Jul 2014 | Read review
“All rooms are good, nearer the office area is better for the wifi signal.”
Alanwhickerslad, 27 Jul 2013 | Read review
“You can choose to stay in a hammock, a room in a benab with shared bathroom, or in an en suite cabin. All are rustic but immaculately cared for and cleaned. This is the rainforest though, so don't be surprised if you meet the odd frog or bug while you are at Rewa. All beds have nets and bitey bugs are generally fewer between September and April.”
LittlestNomad, 8 Jun 2013 | Read review
“Try for a room in the new cabins. The other rooms have shared baths.”
TalltrekkerTX, 13 Apr 2012 | Read review
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