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Surama Eco-Lodge

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“eco lodge”(17 reviews)
“mosquito net”(6 reviews)
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Reviewed May 24, 2018 via mobile

What a place. Its a long drive if you come from George Town but it is worth it. We drove in on Friday night from GT and arrived at the lodge about 9am. The sun was out, the views were incredible and there was fresh...More

Thank Tom B
Reviewed March 30, 2018

A delightful place to spend some time. The rooms are comfortable and the pairings on the doors and shutters are marvelous. There are very ingenious places to hang your keys and a wonderful little shop atop the lodge.

Thank Janet H
Reviewed July 7, 2017 via mobile

We only spent one night there and had a quick tour the next morning. Milner was a great guide and had a good knowledge of the local Makushi people. The visit to the local school was a delight. Food at the lodge was tasty and...More

Thank John G
Reviewed May 1, 2017

This was the second of four eco-lodges we stayed at during our tour of Guyana. Local Amerindian owned and operated. Wonderfully friendly and helpful people. Cabins (benabs) are basic but complete - king bed, perfect mosquito nets, attached shower, toilet and sink. All solar electric....More

Thank Sue L
Reviewed April 17, 2017

Stayed here before and after a Jungle Survival Course. The rooms (Benabs) are clean and basic, but very nicely done and there are great views of the jungle just beyond the village boundary. There is a bar (Red Howler Monkey Bar) where excellent El Dorado...More

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Toni51
January 9, 2015|
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Response from jeffoclarko |
Hi Tony am answering your post from 6 months ago i dont know if you have made any more firm plans to go to Guyana? im off back there in November in the dry season well it should be dry but the seasons are changing !! July... More
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"Stay in the individual lodges."
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"Our bungalow was the last one before the trail towards river. Very good."
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"never mind, just pick a hammock on the upper deck"
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"Get a benab on the rise next to the dining area - more breeze"
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