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Masakanari – Gunns Village – A Wooden Bridge

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Masakanari, also popularly called “Gunns,” is an isolated Indigenous village located in the Deep South Rupununi in Region Nine, Guyana, South America. It is the home to the Wai Wai tribe of Amerindians. Masakanari has a trail link to neighbouring Suriname that takes several days traversing across the dense jungle.

This photograph shows a wooden bridge constructed during the rainy season.

Masakanari – Gunns Village – Paddling Through the Essequibo

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Masakanari, also popularly called “Gunns,” is an isolated Indigenous village located in the Deep South Rupununi in Region Nine, Guyana, South America. It is the home to the Wai Wai tribe of Amerindians. Masakanari has a trail link to neighbouring Suriname that takes several days traversing across the dense jungle.

In this photo, two young men paddle through the Essequibo River.

The Kumu Falls – Central Rupununi

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The Kumu Falls is located in Kumu Village, Central Rupununi Savannahs, Guyana, South America. This refreshing falls has several drops that extends over a gradient of about 100 feet. In this photo, two Scottish tourists have fun at the Kumu Falls.

The photo above was taken around June 2016 by Patrick Carpen.

Kumu Falls – Central Rupununi

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The Kumu Falls is located in Kumu Village, Central Rupununi Savannahs, Guyana, South America – about thirty minutes’ drive from Lethem. In the photo above, two British tourists and a local enjoy the surroundings of the splendid waterfall.

This photo was taken around June 2016 by Patrick Carpen.

The Takutu River Bridge – Guyana – Brazil Border

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The Takutu River separates Guyana from Brazil towards Guyana’s southern border, but the Takutu River Bridge connects the two countries. The photo above shows a view of the bridge going into Brazil.

The photo above was taken by Patrick Carpen in August 2016.

The Takutu River Bridge – Brazilian Border

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The Takutu River bridge crosses over the Takutu River which separates Guyana from Brazil to the South of Guyana.

The Takutu River Bridge connects the two countries and provides easy access for citizens commuting daily or coming for tourism purposes. In addition, hundreds of Brazilians cross the bridge every day to purchase cheap Chinese merchandise from the Chinese stores in Lethem. That is because there are very few Chinese businesses in Brazil since Brazil makes it difficult for Chinese to import products into Brazil from China.

The photo above was taken around August 2016 by Patrick Carpen.

Rewa Village – North Rupununi Savannahs

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The Rewa River is good fishing grounds! Rewa Village is located in the North Rupununi Savannahs of Guyana, South America. Here’s sunset on the Rewa River!

Rewa Village, located at the confluence of the Rupununi and Rewa Rivers, is home to about 300 Amerindians mostly of the Makushi Tribe.

Photo by: Patrick Carpen

Date taken: June 2014.

The Lethem – Linden Trail – Scenes – Macaws

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The Lethem – Linden Trail is an approximately 300 miles trail cut mostly through the Amazon Rainforest in Guyana, South America. From Georgetown, the trail provides access to Guyana’s interior locations as well as the neighboring country of Brazil.

The photo above contains two beautiful macaws taken along the Trail by Israeli tourist Elhanan Oren in 2016.

Lethem – Linden Trail – Scenes

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Along the Lethem – Linden Trail in Guyana, South America, what beautiful scenes there are!

The Lethem – Linden trail is an approximately 300 miles trail cut mostly through the Amazon Rainforest in Guyana, South America. From Georgetown, the trail provides access to many parts of Guyana’s interior as well as neighboring Brazil.

The photo above was taken around August 2016 by Israeli tourist Elhanan Oren who at the time was doing a tour around the world.

Lethem – Linden Trail – Mountains

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Along the Lethem – Linden Trail, what beautiful scenes there are! In fact, you get to feast your eyes on some spectacular mountains. Here is one example.

The Lethem – Linden Trail is an approximately 300 miles trail cut mostly through the Amazon Rainforest in Guyana, South America.

The photo above was taken around August 2016 by Jewish tourist Elhanan Oren who was at the time doing a tour around the world.