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SURINAME CARIFESTA

August  2013

FLY GUYANA/SURINAME- DRIVE

GEORGETOWN,

LETHEM, BOA VISTA, MANAUS-BRAZIL

Our exclusive Tour Packages affords an opportunity for itinerant visitors to Explore, Experience and Enjoy a taste of the diverse cultures of the countries and cities through which they will pass on the way.

Drive Manaus - fly Rio de Janeiro
Manaus- fly Sao Paulo 
Manaus- fly Brasilia
Manaus- fly/sail Belem
For a Rich Cultural Tour
Note: Modified packages are also available for any city you wish to visit.

Festa Junina

(Saint John Festival)

was introduced to Northeastern Brazil by the for whom St John's day (also celebrated as Day in several European countries), on the 24th of June, is one of the oldest and most popular celebrations of the year. The festivities traditionally begin after the 12th of June, on the eve of St Anthony's day, and last until the 29th, which is Saint Peter's day. During these fifteen days, there are bonfires, fireworks, and folk dancing in the streets (step names are in French, which shows the mutual influences between court life and peasant culture in the 17th, 18th, and 19th-century Europe). Once exclusively a rural celebration, today, in Brazil, it is now largely a city festival. The grand cultural event is on the Saturday 15th.

Thursday, June 13th 18:00pm: Depart Main Street Plaza Hotel, Georgetown by minibus for Lethem, via Linden and Mabura.

Friday, June 14th: Visit Iwokrama River Lodge for a tropical breakfast and a tour of Rock View Resort -Annai and Lethem for lunch.
Journey to the Brazilian city of Boa Vista for sight seeing and shopping.
Saturday, June 15th :   In the evening, digest the splendid cultural event of Brazil

"Festa Junina Festival" (Saint John Festival)
Sunday, June 16th: 07:00am: Depart Boa Vista for Georgetown with a storehouse of lasting memories via Lethem & Kurupukari falls resort.

Transportation, Tours, Accommodation:US$600.00

 

RODEO!RODEO!RODEO!

BONFIM-BRAZIL

A WILD SOUTH AMERICAN EVENT

June 28-29 2013

Thursday, June 27th 18:00pm: Depart Main Street Plaza Hotel, Georgetown by minibus for Lethem, via Linden and Mabura.

Friday, June 28th: Visit Iwokrama River Lodge for a tropical breakfast and a tour of Rock View Resort -Annai and Lethem for lunch.

Visit the Bonfim Lake and the first day Bonfim Rodeo.
Or, alternatively, you may wish to visit the Brazilian city of Boa Vista for sight seeing and shopping.
In the evening, digest a cultural night life at the Rodeo site.
Saturday, June 29th : Witness the second day Rodeo experience, an event that showcases Brazil's Vacqueiros skills.
Sunday, June 30th: Visit the Moco Moco & Kumu Waterfalls at the Kanuku Mounatin foothills.
12:00noon: Depart Lethem to Georgetown with a storehouse of lasting memories via Kurupukari falls resort. 
(A): Transportation, Tours, Accommodation (rooms): US$500.00

BARTICA YACHT SHOW

& REGATTA

July 27-28 2013

 

KAIETEUR FALLS "5

DAYS" TOUR

Ready for a spirit-lifting, nature depicting eco-tour that’s full of adventure? Try our exciting five-day overland trek to Kaieteur Falls.  You’ll get all that and more in one inclusive package prepared by Falls View Tours; a wild and rigorous experience, chock full of lasting memories beginning with:
DAY ONE:
Leave King’s Plaza Hotel on Main Street, Georgetown, Guyana’s capital city, to travel along the East Bank of the Demerara River on the Linden Highway; pass through the bauxite mining town, Linden; then on through miles of forest to the traveler’s rest stop at # 58 Miles Mabura Road.  Here, your pause for refreshment will include lunching on wild meat such as labba and wild cow, bush fish, or chicken, if you prefer.  Your journey continues to the bustling gold mining town of Mahdia via the Demerara Timbers community at Mabura and the Essequibo River crossing at Mango Landing.
On your journey, you will indulge in a spot of Mahdia mining town, observing some of Guyana’s rich pork knocker (gold miner) culture while you overnight in the town.
DAY TWO:
At Mahdia, early the next morning,  you will set out on an hour-long 4x4 vehicle journey to Pamela Landing, for a Potaro river boat trip to Amatuk Falls; a brief stop on this beautiful white-sand island, in full view of the 50-ft drop Amatuk Waterfalls, will afford excellent photo opportunities. So too will remarkable Ebine Mountain views as you proceed upriver to Waratuk rapids to fish and camp for the night.
A refreshing river bath and a sumptuous meal is all you’ll need before stretching out in your hammock to be caressed by the cool evening breeze and soothing sibilance of the waterfall, as you blissfully surrender to sleep.
DAY THREE:
At dawn, you’ll begin trekking along the left bank of the Potaro River in the heart of Guyana’s pristine rainforest; through its exotic flora and fauna, fording a series of creeks on your way to Tukiet in the Kaieteur Mountain foothills.
Kaieteur National Park is a birdwatchers paradise.  An estimated more than 20 percent of all species of birds in Guyana can be found in this Park alone; these include the white bell bird, oil bird, pompadour cotinga,  golden crowned manakin, several species of macaws, as well as a large number of parrot and toucan species.  The Guianan red cotinga and zigzag and fascinated cock of the rock are also spotted regularly.
Mammals also abound in Kaieteur National Park; the black spider, red howler, brown capuchin, and bearded saki monkeys are as common as giant river and neo tropical otters and bull frogs.  Nocturnal species such as paca, ocelots, and varied species of rats and bats can be spotted on night drifts.  With little or no human settlement upriver, the Kaieteur Park area is still un-spoilt...an exceptional experience in biodiversity for the avid nature lover and adventure traveler.
You’ll find the fishing rewarding at Tukeit and later, on a balmy evening, preparing your himara catch in a cookout under the stars on the rocks in Kaieteur gorge, you will be serenaded by barking bullfrogs accompanied by the gushing song of the waterfalls; all in tune with the enchantment of day three.
Another refreshing river bath and a sumptuous meal is all you’ll need before stretching out in your hammock to be caressed by the cool evening breeze and soothing sibilance of the waterfall, as you blissfully surrender to sleep.

DAY FOUR:
Today, again “before bird wife wake,” you will gather inspiration from a full view of “Old Man’s Beard Falls”, to be energized for the 2000 ft climb to the Kaieteur Plateau.
This demanding three-hour long adventure, will begin with a gradual ascent to First Falls where you’ll pause to refresh yourself before continuing through the pristine forest in the second hour, a more challenging climb on a rocky trail that leads to the first ravine.  The third hour will find you whispering its name as you challenge the legendary “Oh M’God!” mountain slope, a name given by pork knockers to this last, steep incline of fascinating rock formations on the ascent leading to the Kaieteur Plateau.
Finally leaving the forest, arriving at Johnson’s Viewpoint, you will encounter the awe inspiring spectacle of the Mighty Kaieteur Falls, the world’s highest single drop waterfall, thundering in all her majestic glory 741 feet over the Potaro River escarpment; you will declare to yourself in breathless wonder that this spectacular view is worth the entire trip, all the effort it entailed.
You’ll have great photo opportunity also, viewing Kaieteur from four vantage points; witnessing from the brink of the falls, a multitude of swifts grouped in orderly flight formation as they enter their roosting places in the cave behind the waterfalls.
In the evening, at dinner, you’ll savor the Kaieteur National Park staff’s hospitality, including the recounting of legendary tales associated with “Old Man’s Falls”, another name for the Mighty Kaieteur.
DAY FIVE:
You’ll arise at dawn to witness the natural wonder of the Mighty Kaieteur, one last time; you’ll see those swifts by the thousands leaving their cave behind the falls as you bask in the cool refreshing ambience of the epitome of Guyana’s pristine rainforest environment; you will be invigorated, ready for your return journey down river back  to Mahdia onto the city, with a treasure trove of memories.
All inclusive package: US$900.00

 
KAIETEUR “ 3 DAYS” TOUR PDF Print E-mail

Ready for a spirit-lifting, nature depicting eco-tour that’s full of adventure? Try our exciting five-day overland trek to Kaieteur Falls.  You’ll get all that and more in one inclusive package prepared by Falls View Tours; a wild and rigorous experience, chock full of lasting memories beginning with:
DAY ONE:
Leave King’s Plaza Hotel on Main Street, Georgetown, Guyana’s capital city, to travel along the East Bank of the Demerara River on the Linden Highway; pass through the bauxite mining town, Linden; then on through miles of forest to the traveler’s rest stop at # 58 Miles Mabura Road.  Here, your pause for refreshment will include lunching on wild meat such as labba and wild cow, bush fish, or chicken, if you prefer.  Your journey continues to the bustling gold mining town of Mahdia via the Demerara Timbers community at Mabura and the Essequibo River crossing at Mango Landing.
On your journey, you will indulge in a spot of Mahdia mining town, observing some of Guyana’s rich pork knocker (gold miner) culture where your night will be spent.

Read more: KAIETEUR “ 3 DAYS” TOUR
 
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RUPUNUNI SAFARI

November 21st-December 1st 2013

 
KAIETEUR “4 DAYS” TOUR PDF Print E-mail

Ready for a spirit-lifting, nature depicting eco-tour that’s full of adventure? Try our exciting five-day overland trek to Kaieteur Falls.  You’ll get all that and more in one inclusive package prepared by Falls View Tours; a wild and rigorous experience, chock full of lasting memories beginning with:
DAY ONE:
Leave King’s Plaza Hotel on Main Street, Georgetown, Guyana’s capital city, to travel along the East Bank of the Demerara River on the Linden Highway; pass through the bauxite mining town, Linden; then on through miles of forest to the traveler’s rest stop at # 58 Miles Mabura Road.  Here, your pause for refreshment will include lunching on wild meat such as labba and wild cow, bush fish, or chicken, if you prefer.  Your journey continues to the bustling gold mining town of Mahdia via the Demerara Timbers community at Mabura and the Essequibo River crossing at Mango Landing.
On your journey, you will indulge in a spot of Mahdia mining town, observing some of Guyana’s rich pork knocker (gold miner) culture during our over night stay.
DAY TWO:
At Mahdia, you will set out on an hour-long 4x4 vehicle journey to Pamela Landing, for a Potaro river boat trip to Amatuk Falls; a brief stop on this beautiful white-sand island, in full view of the 50-ft drop Amatuk Waterfalls, will afford excellent photo opportunities. So too will remarkable Ebine Mountain views as you proceed upriver through Waratuk rapids to Tukeit to fish and  camp for the night.

You’ll find the fishing rewarding at Tukeit and later, on a balmy evening, preparing your himara catch in a cookout under the stars on the rocks in Kaieteur gorge, you will be serenaded by barking bullfrogs accompanied by the gushing song of the waterfalls; all in tune with the enchantment of day two.
A refreshing river bath and a sumptuous meal is all you’ll need before stretching out in your hammock to be caressed by the cool evening breeze and soothing sibilance of the waterfall, as you blissfully surrender to sleep.
Kaieteur National Park is a birdwatchers paradise.  An estimated more than 20 percent of all species of birds in Guyana can be found in this Park alone; these include the white bell bird, oil bird, pompadour cotinga,  golden crowned manakin, several species of macaws, as well as a large number of parrot and toucan species.  The Guianan red cotinga and zigzag and fascinated cock of the rock are also spotted regularly.
Mammals also abound in Kaieteur National Park; the black spider, red howler, brown capuchin, and bearded saki monkeys are as common as giant river and neo tropical otters and bull frogs.  Nocturnal species such as paca, ocelots, and varied species of rats and bats can be spotted on night drifts.  With little or no human settlement upriver, the Kaieteur Park area is still un-spoilt...an exceptional experience in biodiversity for the avid nature lover and adventure traveler.
DAY THREE:
Today, again “before bird wife wake,” you will gather inspiration from a full view of “Old Man’s Beard Falls”, to be energized for the 2000 ft climb to the Kaieteur Plateau.
This demanding three-hour long adventure, will begin with a gradual ascent to First Falls where you’ll pause to refresh yourself before continuing through the pristine forest in the second hour, a more challenging climb on a rocky trail that leads to the first ravine.  The third hour will find you whispering its name as you challenge the legendary “Oh M’God!” mountain slope, a name given by pork knockers to this last, steep incline of fascinating rock formations on the ascent leading to the Kaieteur Plateau.
Finally leaving the forest, arriving at Johnson’s Viewpoint, you will encounter the awe inspiring spectacle of the Mighty Kaieteur Falls, the world’s highest single drop waterfall, thundering in all her majestic glory 741 feet over the Potaro River escarpment; you will declare to yourself in breathless wonder that this spectacular view is worth the entire trip, all the effort it entailed.
You’ll have great photo opportunity also, viewing Kaieteur from four vantage points; witnessing from the brink of the falls, a multitude of swifts grouped in orderly flight formation as they enter their roosting places in the cave behind the waterfalls.
In the evening, at dinner, you’ll savor the Kaieteur National Park staff’s hospitality, including the recounting of legendary tales associated with “Old Man’s Falls”, another name for the Mighty Kaieteur.
DAY FOUR:
You’ll arise at dawn to witness the natural wonder of the Mighty Kaieteur, one last time; you’ll see those swifts by the thousands leaving their cave behind the falls as you bask in the cool refreshing ambience of the epitome of Guyana’s pristine rainforest environment; you will be invigorated, ready for your return journey down river back to Mahdia onto the city, with a treasure trove of memories.
All inclusive package: US$750.00

 
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Guyana- South America! Yours to Explore, Experience  and Enjoy with a Spirit-Lifting, Nature Depicting, Cultural Vacation.

Kaieteur & Orinduik Waterfalls Tour   

This day trip to both of these spectaclar falls is the most popular
 
 and spirit-lifting one of Guyana's Rainforest tours. It comprises a
 
 series of
 
 exciting locations replete with interesting and informative stories.
 
Kaieteur Falls & Baganara Exclusive Resort
 
package:US$270.00
 
OR
 
Orinduik, Kaieteur Falls, Baganara Resort, Essequibo River journey to
 
 Bartica and Parika for your drive to Georgetown.
 
Package: US$500.00


Kaieteur Falls

Kaieteur & Orinduik Waterfalls TourKaieteur Falls, first seen by a European, Barrington Brown, on April 29, 1870; situated in the heart of Guyana’s Rainforest on the Potaro River, a tributary of the Essequibo.  
Kaieteur, one of the worlds natural wonders, flowing over a sandstone conglomerate plateau into a gorge 822 feet deep, five times, the height of Niagara Falls.
No other waterfall in the world can boast the magnitude of Kaieteur’s 741ft sheer drop.  
Kaie-teur (Old Man’s Falls) derives its name from the Patamona Amerindian legend that Kai, one of the tribe’s chiefs, sacrificed himself for the benefit of his people, by canoeing over the falls.  
Kai believed that his sacrifice would encourage the Great Spirit Makonaina to save the tribe from being destroyed by the savage Carubishi.
Kaieteur supports a unique micro environment with
Tank Bromeliads, the largest in the world, in which the tiny Golden frog spends its entire life
The rarely seen Guiana cock-of-the-rock nests close by.

The lucky visitor may also see those flights of Kaieteur Swifts or Makonaima Birds that nest in the shelter of a vast shelf of rocks carved by centuries of water curtained by everlasting mists.

Orinduik Waterfalls

Kaieteur & Orinduik Waterfalls TourThe Orinduik Waterfalls, where the Ireng River thunders over steps and terraces of solid jasper (a semi precious stone)
Orinduik stands out in relief against a backdrop of rolling grass-covered hills of
the Pakaraima Mountains; truly one of the most beautiful locations in Guyana’s hinterland.   
Orinduik ‘s name is related to the Amerindian [Patamona] word, Orin, an aquatic plant found in these falls.  
The Ireng River forms the border between Brazil and Guyana.  
In contrast to Kaieteur, Orinduik is ideally suited for rock climbing and swimming.
Orinduik  Falls creates a natural Jacuzzi of cascading water over steps of Jasper.       

This tour leaves from Ogle Airstrip.

Duration: 8 hrs (with two hours on the ground at each waterfall).
All inclusive Package: USD $340.00

 

Backpackers

Back- Packers- Inn
For a comfortable affordable, safe and central accommodation for
USD$20.00 per day.
45 Main Street Plaza Hotel, Georgetown, Guyana South America
Tele: 592-668-6501/592-225-5911
Email: fallsviewtours@yahoo.com

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