Rewa village is located in the center of Guyana, a small country in the north-eastern part of South America. Guyana is internationally recognized for its pristine natural environment and tremendous biodiversity.
Rewa and our eco-lodge are found at the confluence of the Rupununi and Rewa Rivers. The Rewa River is uninhabited and provides a unique opportunity to explore untouched habitat.
Rewa Eco-lodge was built by and is run by the people of Rewa Village. This enterprise provides our people with employment opportunities while adding value to the incredible resource that is our forest's biodiversity.
You will be welcomed to Rewa by Manager, Dicky Alvin, and Head Guide, Rovin Alvin, as well as the many other friendly faces who make up the staffing team.
We pride ourselves in exceptional customer service and look forward to making your stay in Guyana your most memorable holiday yet!
The magic of Rewa is our very remote location. If you are not familiar with travel in Guyana, it may be a bit different to what you are used to back home. Planning ahead and communicating information are key, as is leaving plenty of time.
To reach Rewa we will need to arrange to pick you up by boat from either 1. Apoteri or 2. Kwatamang Landing:
Apoteri is approximately 1 hour 30 minutes to 2 hours by boat from Rewa. You can reach Apoteri by charter flight only, so this may not be an option unless you are traveling in a group. Contact one of Guyana’s airlines for more information on arranging a charter. The flight takes around 1 hour 30 minutes from Georgetown’s Ogle Airport.
Once you know your flight arrival time, we can arrange a boat to meet you at Apoteri and transfer you to the Eco-Lodge
Kwatamang usually takes about 2 hours 30 minutes by boat to Rewa, but may take as much as 5 hours depending on the level of the river. Most of our guests reach us from this direction.
To reach Kwatamang you will need to first reach the village of Annai, which has its own airstrip with scheduled flights from Ogle Airport in Georgetown and is serviced by Trans Guyana Airways.
Alternatively, if you are on a budget, you can reach Annai via the main Georgetown-Lethem road. Mini bus services regularly run overnight services from Georgetown. The journey takes around 12 hours to Annai. During the wet season this road can be impassable.
Once in Annai we can arrange for a 4X4 vehicle to carry you and your belongings from there and across the savannah for about half an hour to Kwatamang Landing where you will meet our boat.
If you are traveling alone and have only a few belongings, it is occasionally possible to access the village by motorbike during dry season. Please contact us for more information.
Below we have given the approximate costs of the different stages of your journey so that you can begin planning. Please note that charges are subject to change and the cost of fuel may affect the overall cost of your journey.
Return flight to Annai $275 USD per person
Transfer from Annai to Kwatamang $35 USD one way per vehicle (up to 4 people)
Boat from Kwatamang to Rewa $140 USD one way per boat (up to 4 people)
Boat from Apoteri to Rewa $70 USD one way per boat (up to 4 people)
Minibus from Georgetown to Annai $60 USD one way per person
Trans Guyana Airways – www.transguyana.net
Roraima Airways - www.roraimaairways.com
Air Services Ltd - www.aslgy.com