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Hotels by country: Guianas

The following hotels match your request. Our LF recommended logorecommendations are properties that we particularly like, independent of budget.

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    Arrowpoint Nature Resort

    Lodge/Hosteria - Essequibo River
    A small lodge on the banks of the Pokerero Creek, with a small beach in front. The staff are welcoming and serve good food which is eaten on outside picnic tables. There is a small indoor sitting area. Read more»
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    Atta Rainforest Lodge

    Lodge/Hosteria - Iwokrama
    The Atta lodge is a comfortable lodge within the Iwokrama Forest Reserve, a short walk from the Iwokrama canopy walkway. Surrounded by pristine forest and built in collaboration with local communities using natural materials the lodge features a bar, a sitting area and good local food is served. Read more»
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    Awarradam Lodge

    Lodge/Hosteria - Awarradam
    A small lodge set on a peaceful island, with a bar, communal dining area and hammocks in which to relax. The staff are all from the local Maroon village and are so friendly, their warm welcome is unforgettable. Read more»
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    Baganara Island Resort

    Beach hotel - Bagarana Island, Essequibo
    Comfortable resort hotel on the edge of the river with a man-made beach. The resort has its own airstrip (the hotel is owned by an airline) so access from the interior is good. They have a boat for excursions on the river and large gardens. Read more»
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    Caiman House

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    Lodge/Hosteria - Yupukari
    The small lodge is the centre for several development projects including the introduction of classroom libraries and an internet-enabled public library. The main house has a nice open communal area with seating downstairs, hammocks and a small roof terrace with views over the village. It has a warm friendly atmosphere and combines well with a stay at Karanambu ranch. Read more»
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    Cara Lodge

    City hotel - Georgetown
    A lovely old wooden colonial building, originally a family home, with lots of character, an internal courtyard, a bar and restaurant. Read more»
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    Estancia/Ranch - Dadanawa
    Dadanawa, 4-7 hours south of Lethem in the southern Rupununi close to the Brazilian border, covers around 1,700 square miles and was once the largest ranch in South America. With the demise of cattle as a viable business proposition, the Defreitas family have opened up their doors to tourism and offer a trational farm experience. Duane has also gained a reputation for leading adventurous river trips into untouched tracts of jungle. Read more»
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    Eco Resort Inn

    City hotel - Paramaribo riverfront
    A charming, colonial-fronted hotel with new rooms in a separate block behind the original building. The hotel has a restaurant, internet and small sitting area. In a great position for exploring the old quarters of the city and within easy reach of the bars and restaurants. Staff are friendly. Read more»
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    Iwokrama River Lodge

    Lodge/Hosteria - Iwokrama
    The Iwokrama International Centre for Rain Forest Conservation was formed when the government of Guyana, together with the then Commonwealth Development Corporation, set aside a 370,000 hectare (nearly a million acres) area of almost pristine rainforest for preservation. The name comes from the Makushi word for ‘place of refuge’, as they fled to these mountains after an invasion from the north by the Caribs. It is hoped that the project will act as an example of how sustainable use can preserve the present biodiversity while also benefiting local communities. Read more»
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    Estancia/Ranch - 2 hours south of Annai by boat
    The 125 square miles of Karanambu was the home of late Diane McTurk, who is well known for her success in re-habilitating giant river otters into the wild. The McTurk family have long welcomed visiting naturalists - Diane’s father Tiny was visited by Gerald Durrell and David Attenborough in the 1950s, when Guyana was more on the nature 'map'. Read more»
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    City hotel - Downtown Paramaribo
    A modern international style hotel with restaurant, breakfast room, outside pool and terrace. Close to the downtown shopping area. Read more»
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    Le Meridien Pegasus

    City hotel - Georgetown
    Large international hotel and the most comfortable hotel in the city, with good facilities. There is a nice pool area and 2 restaurants. Read more»
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    Maipaima Ecolodge

    Lodge/Hosteria - Nappi village, Kanuku Mountains
    This lodge has suspended tourist operations (2017). Maipaima is 8km from Nappi village and reached by 4x4 on a narrow dirt track through the forest, which can be subject to delays! Set next to a small creek (which can flood) the lodge is built on stilts and on the site of an old farm. Hummingbirds are a frequent sight around Maipaima. Read more»
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    Myrysji Lodge

    Beach hotel - 3 hours drive east of Paramaribo
    An estuarine island at the mouth of the Marowijne River, near the border of French Guiana. The lodge works with Amerindian communities promoting tourism and protecting the unique sandy beaches that various species of sea turtles nest in. The lodge itself is basic but clean. Read more»
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    Palumeu Lodge

    Lodge/Hosteria - Palumeu
    A well run small Amerindian lodge in a tranquil setting on the banks of the River Tapanahoni with a manicured garden. The lodge has a communal eating area (with homely cooked traditional food)and bar with several hammocks. Read more»
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    Rewa Ecolodge

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    Lodge/Hosteria - Rewa village, north Rupununi
    This very simple lodge is a great base to experience some virgin forest and spot wildlife. The area was where the BBC programme Lost Land of the Jaguar was filmed in 2008 and is accessed by 2-3 hour boat ride from near Annai. Read more»
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    Rock View Lodge

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    Lodge/Hosteria - Just outside Annai, next to the airstrip
    The rock from which the lodge gets its name is next to the owner's original house, built in the 1950s by a Brazilian, and echoing (possibly) the crown of thorns. There are extensive views over the Rupununi savannah from the top of the rock. The Dakota Bar is next to the village airstrip. The grounds also contain a neat kitchen garden, barbeque area with outside dining table, and a pretty swimming pool. Read more»
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    Spanhoek Hotel

    City hotel - Downtown Paramaribo
    A small, funky hotel with a downstairs bar and elegant breakfast area. Read more»
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    Surama Guest House

    Lodge/Hosteria - Surama village
    Just south of Iwokrama and on the northern edge of the Rupununi. The villagers’ houses are dotted around the edges of a small savannah, there is a primary school for about 50 children and a small zoo which occasionally houses animals being studied by overseas researchers. Read more»
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    Timberhead Resort

    Lodge/Hosteria - Essequibo River
    1 hour by boat and 1 hour by car from Georgetown, a simple lodge with a wonderful location on the river. Read more»

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