A German tourist who traveled to Guyana to engage in catch and release sports fishing in the waters of Guyana’s vast rivers has described his experience. In a Facebook Post titled “Rumble in the Jungle,” the sports fishing enthusiast described his travels and adventures to Guyana. The article posted below was translated from the original German text extracted from the Facebook Page of Global Fishing Adventures.
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Prime Minister, Brigadier (ret’d) Mark Phillips on the 21st of January, 2021 hailed Captain Michael Charles M.S, as a pioneer in showcasing Guyana’s tourism product to the rest of the world. The PM delivered the keynote address at the launch of Charles’s latest video, the “Sounds and Colours of the Rainforest,” which is the fourth video in a captivating series titled “Guyana -Yours to Discover,” that explores Guyana as an eco-tourism destination.
The Lethem to Linden Trail is a 300 miles (approximately) trail cut mostly through the Amazon Rain Forest from Lethem to Linden. The Lethem-Linden Trail is also referred to as the “Lethem – Georgetown Trail.” That’s because there is paved road from Linden going to Georgetown, while from Lethem to Linden, it’s a sand/brick/clay trail.
The Kumu Falls is a refreshing waterfall about 15 miles from the town of Lethem in Region 9. Its moderate flow and shallow waters allow for a very interactive and refreshing experience. In this video, filmed around January, 2018, a Colombian and Brazilian tourist enjoy the magnificence of the Kumu Falls.
The Takutu Hotel is one of the oldest, yet most modernized, hotels in Lethem, Region 9. Its rich history dates back to the early 1960s when traders pushed commerce between Guyana and Brazil. Even with all the amenities of a 5-star hotel, the Takutu Hotel still reflects a rustic Rupununi setting.
Sakaika Falls is located on the Ekereku River in Region 7 of Guyana, South America. You’ll be amazed at the beauty and sheer power of this falls. And even more, you’ll be amazed at how close these two men are jumping about on the slippery rocks with high winds blowing around them. Many people have called them crazy. Are they crazy or adventurous, stupid or brave? Tell us in the comments.