The Rupununi Savannas – More Info

This page was first published on the 11th of December, 2016 and last updated on the 11th of December, 2016 by Patrick Carpen.

This page gives a generally written account of the Rupununi Savannas. For more pictures, go here.

The Rupununi Savannas of Guyana is a vast territory of natural grasslands, pristine rainforests and mountain ranges, inhabited by beautiful and friendly people, and replete with beautiful sceneries, landscapes and natural wonders.

When you’re in the Rupununi, be sure to check out the famous Moco-Moco “one-hundred-step” waterfalls, the IWOKRAMA forest reserve and RIWA.

Shea Village in the North Rupununi is a bird-watcher’s paradise.

The Rupununi Savannas is divided into North, South and Central Rupununi. Below is are lists of villages in the North, South and Central Rupununi Savannas.

North Rupununi

Fair View

Surama

Wowetta

Kwatamang

Rupertee

Annai

Aranaputa

Yakarainta

Massara

Toka

South Rupununi

Parikwaranau

Shulinab

Pataranau

Shiriri

Merawau

Katuur

Sand Creek

Katoonarib

Sawariwau

Shea Village

Rupunau

Maruranau

Aishalton Village

Chirudkidnau

Kradaur

Achiwab

Basharzon

Central Rupununi

Lethem (Town)

Katoka

Yupukari

Simonia

Fly Hill

Kaicumbay

Nappi

Parishara

Moco Moco Village

Kumu Village

St. Ignatius Village

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