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Colin has built an oasis at the northern edge of the Rupununi savanna! The Rock View Lodge has a beautiful garden, with the amenities that a familiy (we were travelling with our 3yo daughter) needs, like shady pavillions or a shallow pool.
The meals are...More
You have to stay in this lodge!
Colin Edwards is a wonderful host and along with his family and staff could not have made us more welcome.
The rooms are en-suite, have mosquito nets with complementary insect repellent, fan and a huge hammock on your...More
Rock View Lodge is a must see if you're travelling across the savannah of Guyana. The Lodge is conveniently located in the "entrance" of the savannah, just south of Iwokrama, so you can stop for night or two en route to Iwokrama (if you're coming...More
After several weeks in Georgetown, I traveled to Anai for a few days rest. It was a long trip to the lodge, but I was greeted so warmly and made to feel at home it was worth the trip. I had a pleasant lodge (previously...More
Thank you very much to Vitor and John Edwards for helping coordinate our trip in the Rupununi! My husband and I set up an independent travel itinerary for 2 weeks with the help of Vitor and his Uncle John. Vitor and John assisted us in...More
No. There wasn't hot water in any of the lodges we stayed at in Guyana but as the weather is very hot and humid we had no problems with this, but I would stress Rock View would be the last place I'd choose - see previous... More
No. There wasn't hot water in any of the lodges we stayed at in Guyana but as the weather is very hot and humid we had no problems with this, but I would stress Rock View would be the last place I'd choose - see previous review.
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"There are 8 guest rooms, there are no bad rooms."