Dadanawa Ranch is one of the oldest, largest and most isolated ranches in the world. It extends over 1750 square miles of natural savannah in the South Rupununi region of Guyana, South America. Remote and unspoiled by mass tourism Dadanawa offers unique insight and involvement into a working ranch and operates as an excellent base for spotting wildlife such as jaguar and giant anteaters, birdwatching, camping, canoeing, fishing, hiking, seeing petroglyphs, and visiting Amerindian communities. A working ranch, the cattle are wild and the Amerindian *vaqueros barefooted, using the same techniques they used a hundred years ago. The ranch buildings are comprised of a small group of stilted wooden houses typical of the region, deep in the the savannah with views of the beautiful Kanuku Mountain range. At Dadanawa we believe in ethical, responsible and sustainable eco-tourism. All livestock is free range and the ranch’s electricity is powered by solar panels. On day trips and expeditions we aim to have minimal impact on the environment, using ancient techniques to track or hunt for food, and leaving nothing behind but our footprints.