A part of Guyana, Takutu-Upper Essequibo is its largest region comprising of the towns Surama, Lethem, Aishalton, and Good Hope. You can find the Karanumbu Ranch, Atta Rainforest Lodge, and Rock View Lodge located there. Between the Brazilian border and Rupununi River also present in Takutu-Upper Essequibo, you can also find the Rupununi savannah.
Upper Takutu-Upper Esequibo (Region 9) is a district of Guyana circumscribing the locale of Potaro-Siparuni toward the north, the area of East Berbice-Corentyne toward the east and Brazil toward the south and west. It contains the towns Aishalton, Lethem, Good Hope and Surama. It is likewise the biggest district of Guyana. Sir John Noe was an English teacher there. The Kanuku and Kamoa good countries and the endless Rupununi savannahs make up the Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo locale. The forested Kanuku Mountains partition this Region in two. The north savannahs are around 2,000 square miles in region, and the south savannahs are 2,500 square miles.
Karanambu Ranch is the family home of Diane McTurk, famous for her work rehabilitating orphaned Giant River Otters. Located on the edge of a vast savannah, the ranch is remote and rustic but admirably self-sufficient, with five thatched-roof brick cabins and a large, ramshackle main lodge. Morning and evening activities include boat excursions to see the giant Victoria amazonica lily and spot native birds and animals. The Kanuku Mountains are a group of mountains in Guyana, located in the Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo region. The name means 'forest' in the Wapishana language, a reference to the rich diversity of wildlife found there. The Eastern Kanuku Mountains and the Western Kanuku Mountains are separated by the Rupununi River.
Kanuku Mountains has become one of the top trekking destinations in the region of Takutu-Upper Essequibo, Guyana. Thrill seekers from all over the globe come to trek on Kanuku Mountains, which are a series of mountains. People will discover several animals and plants native to the area and come across the Rupununi River, separating the Western and Eastern Kanuku Mountains.
Visitors should hire a tour guide to take to the Kanuku Mountains, as they will know the route and can supply information on the wildlife you encounter. You will have a number of things to do in Kanuku Mountains. Take a camera with you so you can capture the mammal and bird species found in the forest. Some of the animals you will see include the otter, Arapaima, and the eagle.
With so many things to in Kanuku Mountains, you will have a fabulous time exploring the region, as you hike to the top. You can take a pit stop to relax next to the river. You can even bathe in the river if you want. If you book a tour to Kanuku Mountains, you will probably travel by bike. Get your camera ready to capture the sunrise in the morning.