There are an exceptional number of birds living in the Rewa area. Over the course of a two-day visit it's possible to encounter well over 125 species, including manakins, macaws, Guianan cock-of-the-rock, hummingbirds, toucans, the spectacular harpy eagle . . . the list goes on! Download a bird checklist here.
Many large species of river fish, including tiger fish, piranha, arawana, payara, and peacock bass await the keen sport fisher.
There are many opportunities for hiking in the area, as well as climbing nearby mountains, such as Awarmi, with awe inspiring views of the forest below.
Jaguars, tapirs, giant river otters, monkeys, capybara, giant armadillo, caiman, giant river turtles, puma, peccaries, anaconda, agouti - just some of the creatures seen in the area if you are lucky!
Glide silently across an ox-bow lake or drift peacefully down the river – dug-out’s offer tremendous possibilities for wildlife viewing.
Push up the Rewa river to a part of Guyana that is totally uninhabited, where animals have no fear of man.
Visit Rewa village and experience our way of life.