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St. Ignatius Village – Rupununi Savannahs

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This photo shows a picture of the road that leads away from the Lethem Airport to the village of St. Ignatius in the Rupununi Savannahs of Guyana, South America.

St. Ignatius Village, named after the Roman Catholic Saint, is home to the St. Ignatius Catholic Church, as well as several protestant churches. It has one nursery school, one primary school and one secondary school.

The village is located right next to Culvert City and Lethem in Region 9, Guyana, South America.

Lethem Airport Road, Region 9

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This photo shows the road leading from the roundabout near to the Takutu Gas Station in Lethem to the Lethem Airport in Region 9, Guyana, South America.

The Lethem Airport is served mainly by two local airlines: Air Services Guyana and Trans Guyana. It offers flights to and from Georgetown as well as occasional flights to the North and South Rupununi Savannahs.

Photo: Patrick Carpen. Date: January 2020

Sunset on the Rewa River

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A beautiful sunset on the Rewa River. The village of Rewa is located in the North Rupununi Savannahs of Guyana, South America and is home to about 300 Amerindians of the Makushi Tribe.

Located at the confluence of the Rewa and Rupununi Rivers, Rewa is home to the famous Rewa Eco Lodge. It offers awesome fishing opportunities in the rivers and sightseeing from the mountaintops.

Rewa Village – North Rupununi – Canoe Paddling

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An Amerindian paddles a dugout canoe in the Rewa River in Rewa Village in the North Rupununi Savannahs of Guyana, South America.

Rewa, located at the confluence of the Rewa and Rupununi Rivers, is home to about 300 Amerindians of the Makushi Tribe. It is known for the famous “Rewa Eco Lodge,” luscious fishing grounds and beautiful scenery.

Rewa Village – North Rupununi – Guyana – South America

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The village of Rewa in the North Rupununi Savannahs of Guyana, South America is located at the confluence of the Rewa and Rupununi Rivers.

Rewa is home to the beautiful nature resort, “Rewa Eco Lodge.” It offers good fishing grounds and beautiful sightseeing opportunities from the top of the mountains.

Rewa village is home to about 300 Amerindians of the Makushi Tribe.

Lethem – Amazonas Hotel View

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Lethem is Guyana’s southernmost town. It was declared a township in the year 2016 by President David Granger. The town borders the Brazilian municipality of Bonfim, Roraima, Brazil.

Lethem is considered a gateway to Guyana’s southern neighbor, Brazil, as well as a hub for Rupununi tourism.

This photo was taken around November 2019 by Patrick Carpen from the third floor of the Amazonas Hotel.

Learn More: The Amazonas Hotel in Lethem.

Masakanari – Gunns Village – Deep South Rupununi

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It’s a beautiful morning today as the sun dawns over the peaceful remote village of Masakanari, also known as Gunns Village in the Deep South Rupununi Savannahs of Guyana, South America.

Masakanari is located at the headwaters of the Esseequibo River and it is home to Wai Wai tribe of Amerindians.

Lethem Aiport – Region 9

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The Lethem Airport in Rupununi Savannahs, Region 9, Guyana, South America offers flights to Georgetown as well as various interior locations in the Rupununi. Currently, there are no international flights to or from neighboring Brazil. The airport is serviced by two airlines: Trans Guyana and Air Services. In this photo, a Trans Guyana plane lands with passengers from Ogle at the Lethem Airport.

This photo was taken by Patrick Carpen around November, 2019.