The Kurupukari Crossing – Essequibo River – Over 100 Pictures

Last updated: November 21, 2017 at 17:27 pm

Kurupukari Village is located along the Lethem – Georgetown Trail, about 5 hours drive from Lethem, and about 8 hours when you’re coming from Georgetown. There is where the Essequibo River cuts the trail into two parts. There is a boat service which ferries vehicles across the Essequibo River every hour of the day. This is called the Kurupukari Crossing.

During one of my many voyages across the 300 miles Lethem – Georgetown trail, I did myself the honor of taking some breathtaking pictures of the view about the Kurupukari River Crossing and its environs.

The photos below were taken around the 20th of November, 2017.

Have fun and enjoy.

Kurupukari Crossing – The signboards

Kurupukari Crossing – The Signboards

Kurupukari Ferry Crossing – The Environs

The Kurupukari Ferry Crossing – A beautiful tree.

Kurupukari Crossing – a beautiful tree.

The Kurupukari River Crossing – The Essequibo River cuts the Lethem – Georgetown trail into two parts here.

The Kurupukari Crossing – a beautiful tree near to the Essequibo River.

The Kurupukari Crossing – the trail leading up to the Essequibo River – which cuts it into two parts.

The Kurupukari Crossing – Essequibo River – The morning sun in the eastern sky breaks the breath of dawn in the splendor of all its glorious majesty. – A Patrick Carpen photo.

The Kurupukari Crossing – a beautiful tree near to the river.

The Kurupukari Crossing – the Essequibo River cuts the Lethem – Georgetown Trail into two parts.

The Kurupukari Crossing – a glimpse to the other side.

The Kurupukari Crossing – the wonderful Essequibo River.

The Kurupukari Crossing – Here the mighty Essequibo River submerges a part of the Lethem – Georgetown Trail, cutting it into two parts.

The Kurupukari Crossing – The Essequibo River flows through Kurupukari Village.

The Kurupukari Crossing – the tranquil waters of the Essequibo River – still waters run deep!

The Kurupukari Crossing – Still Waters Run Deep.

The Kurupukari Crossing – some jungle trees near to the river, along the trail.

The Kurupukari Crossing – a beautiful tree near to the river.

The Kurupukari Crossing – the Lethem – Georgetown trail leading up to the Essequibo River at Kurupukari Village.

The Kurupukari Crossing – the pontoon brings over the vehicles.

The Kurupukari Crossing – a bus drives out of the pontoon.

The Kurupukari Crossing – a bus drives out of the pontoon.

The Kurupukari Ferry Crossing – the signboard and the beautiful grass.

The Kurupukari Crossing – A truck drives out of the pontoon.

The Kurupukari Crossing – a truck drives away from the pontoon heading towards Lethem.

The Kurupukari Ferry Crossing – the final bus disembarks and head towards Lethem.

The Kurupukari Ferry Crossing – the beautiful and placid Essequibo River – still waters run deep!

The Kurupukari Ferry Crossing – the buses heading to Georgetown embark the pontoon.

The Kurupukari Crossing – the ferry takes vehicles across every hour of the day.

The Kurupukari Crossing – the beautiful Essequibo River.

The Kurupukari Crossing – the beautiful Essequibo River.

The Kurupukari Ferry Crossing – the pontoon takes off.

The Kurupukari Ferry Crossing – as the boat drifts away.

The Kurupukari River Crossing – as we drift away from the west bank.

The Kurupukari Ferry Crossing – the beautiful Essequibo River.

The Kurupukari Crossing – water, trees, sky and clouds.

The Kurupukari Ferry Crossing – the pontoon drifts away to the other side.

The Kurupukari Ferry Crossing – Churning the waters and pushing forward.

The Kurupukari Ferry Crossing – churning the waters.

The Kurupukari Ferry Crossing – near to the rapids of the Essequibo River.

The Kurupukari Ferry Crossing – water rocks, trees, skies, clouds and sun.

The Kurupukari Ferry Crossing – a speedboat passes by.

More pictures coming soon!

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