Day 3, April 17th, 2017: Rewa
Enjoy a full day exploring the diverse habitats of the Rupununi River and the surrounding Amazonian rainforest. This may include a visit to an oxbow lake and a hike up Awarmie Mountain. We will be on the lookout for black spider monkeys, red howler monkeys, squirrel monkeys, brown capuchins, and other primates, as well as many birds species including white bellbird, ornate hawk-eagle, black curassow, red-fan parrot, Guianan puffbird, Todd’s antwren, spotted tanager, and bay-headed tanager. The area also has a high density of macaws including scarlet, blue-and-yellow and red-and-green. We may also have the opportunity to walk through the community of Rewa and visit villagers’ homes where you can experience their everyday life and see activities such as grating cassava, weaving baskets and tending kitchen gardens. Overnight at Rewa Eco-lodge.