Iwokrama Highlights
Day 1: Depart Georgetown
You will leave early from Georgetown via your choice of transportation to the Iwokrama River Lodge. Options include a 4×4 vehicle for a 6-hour adventurous drive to the River Lodge through a historic mining town into dense rainforest. Alternatively you can travel through one of the local Guyana airlines, which will provide unparalleled views of the rainforest on your hour flight to the Iwokrama Forest.

Day 2: Turtle Mountain Tour
Arrive just in time to relax before a local lunch and get settled in to your room. After a refreshing lunch in the Fred Allicock building you will depart for turtle mountain. A trip to Iwokrama is not complete without a hike to the summit of Turtle Mountain for a stunning view of the jungle vista. After breakfast, the journey starts with a peaceful and scenic half hour boat ride where you arrive at the base of the mountain. The trek to the 951 foot (290 meter) Turtle Mountain summit is mildly challenging and takes about 1 1/2 – 2 hours, but the breathtaking views are more than worth the effort. Turtle Mountain provides a gorgeous view of the top of the rainforest canopy. Along the way Harpy Eagle may be seen, and you may also see spot the Greater Yellow-headed Vulture, King Vulture, Gray-headed, Double-toothed and Plumbeous Kites, and Black-faced Hawk. The trails may reveal Little Chachalaca, Marail Guan, Black Currassow, squirrel and Black-bellied Cuckoos, Blue-crowned Mot Mot, Collared Puffbird, Pygmy, Antwrens and many more! You may also be rewarded with sightings of monkeys such as red Howlers, wedge-capped capuchins and black xpiders. After your return, enjoy another refreshing local lunch and an ice cold beverage.

Day 3: Depart Iwokrama
You will leave the River Lodge and have the option to either depart heading north for your journey back to Georgetown, or to visit other interesting tourist sites in the Rupununi area.
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