Every year we plan a once-in-a-lifetime expedition to Guyana. The country is huge and the vast majority of it is unexplored. Using planes, helicopters, inflatable kayaks, and our own two feet, we aim to go and explore some of these places.
These expeditions are tough, certainly not for the feint of heart, and probably our hardest physical challenges. You have to carry all the gear you need and there is little information on where were going; that is, after all, the reason we’re going there. We also never repeat the same expedition, meaning every one we run is a truly unique trip.
All upcoming expeditions are listed on our dates & costs page, so don’t hesitate to check out the next dates if you’re interested in this one.
In March 2021 we are planning to use the slot for our 4×4/Ranch trip where you drive the ATV and Off Road vehicles through jungle and savannah, camping out every night and stopping by several of the old school ranches and many Amerindian communities en route.
For November 2021 we are planning an awesome trip to The Lost World. Home to the giant Tepui mountains, rising up over 9000 feet from the jungle, towering above you with huge waterfalls pouring off their sides. This is remote and hard terrain, seldom explored. Stay tuned for details!
We do have a few ideas for the months and years ahead, just to wet your appetite:
- An expedition by ATV and kayak to the most remote tribe in Guyana, the Wai Wai.
- An expedition to abseil a huge waterfall, hundreds of feet high, deep in the jungle.
- A journey to the headwaters of remote rivers in the south of the country, home to a wide variety of wildlife.
- An expedition to a Tepui by helicopter, rappel the side, trek through the jungle and paddle out by kayak.