Southern Guyana is home to a handful of people spread out in small, often isolated communities. The highlight of most visits to the south is a stay with Diane McTurk at Karanambu; the journey to the lodge is by boat and passes through some beautiful scenery. Further south the landscape opens up to form a grassy savannah. Dadanawa Ranch, in the foothills of the Kanuku Mountains, covers in excess of 1700 square miles. Travel here and you really will feel a very long way from home.
Karanambu is a lodge like no other. Brought to prominence by Diane McTurk and her tireless work with orphaned Giant River Otters, the lodge allows you the opportunity to see her work in action. This accommodation is all about the experience.