Trek to Kaieteur Falls
Are you looking for an exciting, meaningful trek that will challenge body and soul? Then this tour is for you! The overland trek to Kaieteur Falls is one filled with challenge and excitement. Our aim is to reach the top of one of the world's oldest and remotest geological formations—the area being about 2 billion years old. These are the remnants of the sandstone sediments that covered the metamorphic rocks of the area and were created by erosion over 200 million years ago. The majority of these mountains range from 6,500 to 8,800 feet (2000 to 2700 meters). Roraima is the tallest of all, at 9,219 feet (2810 meters). This area contains an estimated 20,000 different plant species of which 35 percent are endemic, making it one of the richest tropical wilderness areas on Earth. It also has the lowest human population density of any tropical rainforest region, consisting mainly of Amerindian cultures, making it one of the few places on Earth where all options for conservation are available! You will see large tank bromeliads, poison frogs, the Cock-of-the-rock bird, morpho butterflies and many more interesting species of flora and fauna.
Day 1: Arrival
Arrive at CIJ and be met by our representative for transfer to your hotel. Take a walking tour of Georgetown, the capital of Guyana. Overnight at Rima Guest House.

Day 2: Madhia, Mabura Hills, Konawaruk, Potaro River, Amatuk Falls
After breakfast you will be escorted to your bus for the journey to the gold mining town of Madhia, passing through Linden, a mining town, along a dusty road to Mabura Hills and Konawaruk. The short drive from Madhia to Pamela landing stage on the Potaro River will be your last comfort travel for a few days. By boat travel upstream to near Amatuk Falls where you can take a quick dip in refreshing river water accompanied by the sound of water gushing down the falls. (Meals: lunch, dinner)
Overnight in jungle camp

Day 4: Kaieteur Gorge
After breakfast change to another boat above the falls to continue your river journey through the Kaieteur Gorge whose steep slopes raise either side 2,000 feet (609 meters), some with bare rock faces resembling ancient temples. This will bring you to your next campsite at Waratuk Falls. (Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner)

Day 5: Trek to Tukiet
After an early breakfast, begin the last leg of the journey—an eight-hour hike from Waratuk Falls to Tukiet and an enchanting overnight camp, with refreshing swimming in the Potaro River and a spectacular view of the Kaieteur Gorge. (Meals: breakfast, lunch dinner)

Day 6: Kaieteur Falls
From Tukiet climb to the top of Kaieteur Falls, a four hour hike which winds through the mountains and mountain streams to the final stage known as "OH MY GOD" because of its steep ascent. On reaching the top all is forgotten as you catch your first glimpse of the mighty Kaieteur Falls. At dusk clouds of thousands of swifts gather before plunging into the water of the falls to their rocky nesting sites behind the wall of water. (Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner)

Day 7: Georgetown
Early morning mist gives way to a memorable view of the falls from Johnson View. Golden frogs can be seen in giant bromeliads where they spend their entire life from tadpole to maturity. In the afternoon fly back to Georgetown by air charter. (Meals: breakfast, lunch)

Day 8: Departure
Transfer to airport for your flight home.