Located in one of the most pristine eco-systems on Earth, Rewa Eco-lodge is a place for those who like to check out some of the more remote, unspoiled parts of the planet. In comparison to many other destinations, this place is remote even from a South American perspective and a place to envelop yourself in the local river ecosystem environment and become part of village life.
Rewa Village, is an Amerindian community that is situated where the Rewa and Rupununi Rivers meet deep in the jungle of Guyana. May come here for fishing and birding. The reviews for Rewa Eco-Lodge are quite good to excellent across the platforms, especially for the hosts: Vivian and Carslon who wait for guests as they arrive via a grass landing strip, and then get ready for the next leg by a boat ride to the eco-lodge.
By this time guests are usually already totally transformed by the otherworldly experience, surrounded by the bird calls coming out from the river banks and the deep forest that line them.
On arrival, they find a resort that is home to 300 villagers. Many of these are from the Makushi tribe and enjoy an uncomplicated lifestyle maintained by a connection to the local land and a vibrant community.
You’re visiting this place, providing you look after it as well as the locals, promotes ecological conservation, and provides a livelihood that can help protect the environment from poaching. An alternative income.