The Rupununi Savannas of Guyana

Last updated: June 3, 2018 at 0:29 am

Photo thanks to Mr. Graham Watkins of rupununi.org. Used with permission. See below for more pictures.

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The Rupununi Savannas – General Information

The Rupununi Savannas of Guyana is a vast territory of natural grasslands and pristine rainforests, crowned by majestic mountains, inhabited by beautiful and friendly people, crisscrossed by magnificent rivers, washed by refreshing streams, enlivened by rare and beautiful animals, decorated with captivating waterfalls and replete with beautiful sceneries, landscapes and natural wonders.

 

Note: This page is more of a photo experience. To read a more written account of the Rupununi Savannahs, including list of villages, things to do and where, click here…

 

Tourism in the Rupununi Savannahs.

The Rupununi Savannas provides a unique tourism experience because it is unlike anything anywhere else in the world.

 

The Rupununi Savannas

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of Guyana

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Is a world

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all by itself

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A world of wonders

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A world of beauty

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A world of opportunity

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A world of forgetfulness

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A world of nature

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A world forgotten

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A world remembered

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A world discovered….

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Discover…

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the Rupununi Savannas of Guyana

Rupununi Cowgirl on Horse

A Rupununi Cowgirl strikes a pose on a horse at Velami Ranch. Photo courtesy of Diane Bernard, taken around March, 2017.

Photo thanks to Mr. Graham Watkins of rupununi.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Graham Watkins of rupununi.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Graham Watkins of rupununi.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Graham Watkins of rupununi.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Graham Watkins of rupununi.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Graham Watkins of rupununi.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Graham Watkins of rupununi.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Graham Watkins of rupununi.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Graham Watkins of rupununi.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Graham Watkins of rupununi.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Graham Watkins of rupununi.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Graham Watkins of rupununi.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Graham Watkins of rupununi.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Graham Watkins of rupununi.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Graham Watkins of rupununi.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Graham Watkins of rupununi.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Graham Watkins of rupununi.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Graham Watkins of rupununi.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Graham Watkins of rupununi.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

South Rupununi – A rare bird in Guns Village.

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Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Caiman House Eco Lodge. Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Central Rupununi – On the way to Kumu Falls.

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Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Guns Village – A bird sits in a tree.

Aranaputa Valley – North Rupununi

Guns Village – South Rupununi – A Dog Runs in the Forest.

Guns Village – South Rupununi – Inside the Jungle: A friend of the wild explorer.

Guns Village – South Rupununi – A monkey runs in a tree.

Guns Village – South Rupununi – A monkey peeps from a tree.

Guns Village – South Rupununi – A school in Guns Village.

Guns Village – South Rupununi – The wild explorer’s dream.

Guns Village – South Rupununi – The wild explorer’s dream.

Guns Village – South Rupununi – A wooden bridge in Guns Village.

South Rupununi – Fishing in Gun’s Village.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

Photo thanks to Mr. Russian Dorrick of rupununilearners.org. Used with permission.

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João Lago

What an amazing pics! Guyana is so beautiful! Congrats!

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You are living in a blessed place. Stay blessed.