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The Kurupukari Crossing, Region 8

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The Kurupurari Crossing, also referred to as the Kurupurari River Crossing, is located about three hours drive from Lethem along the Lethem to Linden Trail in Region 8, Guyana, South America.

The Kurupurari Crossing refers to the location in the village of Kurupurari where the Essequibo River cuts across the trail.

Note that the name of the river is the Essequibo and not Kurupurari river as the terminology sometimes mislead people into thinking.

There is a Pontoon which ferries people across the Essequibo River at the village of Kurupurari every hour.

The locality where the Essequibo River cuts the trail at Kurupurari village together with the Pontoon which ferries people across are collectively referred to as the Kurupurari Crossing.

These beautiful photos were taken by various travelers between the years 2016 and 2021.

Sunset at Nappi Village

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Nappi Village is located in the Central Rupununi Savannahs of Guyana, South America. It is known for the Nappi Reservoir, the harpy eagle and many other beautiful tourist attractions.

These beautiful photos by Darrell Carpenay showcase a beautiful sundown in Nappi Village, Central Rupununi, Guyana, South America.

Photos: Darrell Carpenay. Feb 2021

A Trip to Nappi Reservoir

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The Nappi Reservoir in Nappi Village, Central Rupununi, is a beautiful man-made lake used to rear fishes and also swimming.

These beautiful photos showcase a biker’s trip to the Nappi Reservoir from the town of Lethem.

Photos: Jr Junior

Rupununi: The Great Outdoors

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The Rupununi experience is a unique one. The Rupununi lifestyle is filled with outdoor activities such as fishing, hiking, swimming and bushcooks.

Residents of the Rupununi sure know how to whip up a great meal with a few pieces of meat and the traditional farine.

These photos have been copied from Rupununi native, Rocky Lamazon, a taxi driver, tour guide and family man.

Caption:

Thank God for being blessed to born as a rupununi man, family is the most important time you need to spend with.

30th Jan. 2021. Guyana, South America