If you are a nature-lover, then Rewa is your dream come true. Widely regarded as one of the best community-led and owned ecolodges in Guyana, Rewa lies in the heart of pristine rainforest at the confluence of the Rupununi and Rewa Rivers. The small population is passionate about protecting the rich biodiversity of their homeland and watershed. The arapaima, the largest scaled freshwater fish in the world, is one such protected species. When you stay at Rewa, you can enjoy piranha fishing or arapaima catch and release fly fishing. You can go wildlife spotting along the river or take a short hike up the Awarmie Mountain. Local guides will accompany you, help spot wildlife, and offer quick insights into some of the most daunting questions as well as take you for a tour of their village, accessible only by river. After an adventure-filled day, retire back to the lodge where you will enjoy delicious local cuisine and spend the night in one of the comfortable benab styled cabins.