• Guyana
10 days
Camping Rainforest Remote Exploring

Program Details

Program Tags
Adventure Travel
Group size
Small Group (1-15)
Travel Type
Intensity Level
Plane Safari Jeep
Guesthouse Tent
Min Capacity
Max Capacity
Age Max
Age Min


Starting Price
$1,750 USD
Price Details
Members of the International Online Teachers Institute (IOTI) are eligible for a 20% discount to the price.
Non IOTI members travelling in a group will get 10% discount (for group bookings from 2 - 6 people).
What's Included
Accommodation Airport Transfers Driver Equipment Meals Tour Guide Transportation
What's Included (Extra)

The price includes transfer from the International airport in Guyana. Main meals are included and water, tea, coffee. Transportation - river crossing, small plane and 4x4 transportation including Georgetown city guided tour is included. Camping equipment is included.

What's Not Included
Airfare Snacks Travel Insurance Visa
What's Not Included (Extra)

Snacks and casual drinks are not included. You must also bring appropriate clothing and footwear. Flight into Guyana, South America is not included. You must arrange your own flight into either of the 2 main airports in Guyana, South America. Visas are not included.

Feb 15, 2019
Feb 07, 2019

About Program

An adventure of a lifetime!

Visit the Pakaraima Mountains and Indigenous villages on the border of Brazil and Guyana.
Overland safari in 4x4 into remote locations. Unspoilt beauty. Camping by rivers in the rainforest.
Fly in small plane to Kaieteur Falls, the highest single drop waterfall in the world.
Fly over the rainforest and admire the unspoilt dense jungle from above.
Visit the Iwokrama Canopy Walkway which is a special built platform 100ft above the forest floor. Guided tour of the capital city Georgetown.

Once you land in Guyana, South America you will be met by a volunteer staff of the IOTI - International Online Teachers Institute - host of this expedition. You will be guided all the way from the moment you land to the time you leave. Meals, guesthouse/hotel, transportation, training/briefing, equipment included. Just enjoy your adventure!

Please see our listing below and our website for more information.

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Program Highlights

  • 4x4 Mountain Safari and Indigenous Villages
  • Fly to Kaieteur Falls - Highest Single Drop Waterfall in the World
  • Remote adventure in the Rainforest and Savannah
  • Canopy Walkway high above the Rainforest floor - Iwokrama
  • Camping by Rivers and in Benabs, Amerindian Villages

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Yes, I recommend this program

South America 4x4 Mountain Safari and Waterfalls

In October 2017 i went on the Pakaraima safari. It was amazing and completely beautiful.
It is so remote in part of the rainforest and mountain region bordering Guyana, Brazil and Venezuela.
Be prepared for real nature and rough terrain. This is not for those that suffer pain! The driver and guide were amazing and despite the long journey and remote environment, it was one of the best experiences in my lifetime.
It is second to my safari in Kenya in 2007. However, not many people are aware of Guyana in South America yet it is one of the most unspoilt jungles in the world.
Kaieteur Falls is fantastic and the small 12 seater plane was exciting. Flying over the rainforest for 1 hour in a small plane really helped me see Guyana from above. There is nothing like Kaieteur.
I plan to go again in 2019. Last time we went as far as Kato. This time it looks like IOTI have added Orinduik to the itinerary, which is further and apparently has nice waterfalls as well.
The price is amazing. I looked at other tours from Guyana with other local providers. They ranged from 3000 - 4000 $ US. So for IOTI to do it for $ 1750 and provide even extra service, thats amazing.
Guide went out of his way to make sure everything went smoothly.

What would you improve about this program?
It was great. No real improvements needed. I felt sorry for the driver because he had to drive a long way. 4 in one vehicle is ok but ideally 3 would be better. I understand that they now using 2 or 3 vehicles to spread the load and only have 3 in a vehicle.
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