Piraiba (Lau Lau) Lodge, is situated on the Eastern Bank of the Essequibo River, approximately 20 miles (32 kms), south of Iwokrama River Lodge, deep into the Jungles of Guyana. Named after the largest freshwater cat fish specie of South America, the Goliath catfish, Piraiba or Lau Lau, the Lodge is constructed primarily from one of our finest and most durable of wood specie-the Green Heart and is powered by a photovoltaic system (solar system). Our four spacious self-contained rooms containing two beds each, provides a mixture of comfort and rusticity, surrounded by pristine rainforest, full of wildlife. Activities include fishing, wildlife and birding tours, trekking, canoeing, swimming and more!
Additionally, our service includes a full complement of meals, unlimited refreshments (water, juice, sodas, rum etc), daily laundry and free Wi-Fi. Price range USD 150. To 250. Per person per night inclusive of river transport from Fairview Amerindian Village, Kurupukari (Rtn).
One can take a Public Bus, traversing the Georgetown to Lethem route or private 4*4 vehicle, to Kurupukari, or by aircraft to Iwokrama Airstrip, located at Fairview Amerindian Village, where our Indigenous Guides, will meet you and continue by motor boat up the Essequibo River, to the Lodge.
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