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Kaieteur Falls

| Georgetown, 00000, Guyana
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An Epic inland visit

After flying in to the area aboard a 12 seater light aircraft and took some spectacular shots from... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
sue C
Falmouth, United Kingdom
Must See When In Guyana

I did the falls as part of a package tour, which I highly recommend. There were 3 viewing places... read more

Reviewed 20 August 2017
Los Angeles, California
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At 825 feet, these falls are nearly five times as tall as North America's Niagara Falls.
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

After flying in to the area aboard a 12 seater light aircraft and took some spectacular shots from the air before we landed on arrival at the visitors center. Our guide welcomed us and we proceeded to walk along a track to the view point...More

Thank sue C
Reviewed 20 August 2017

I did the falls as part of a package tour, which I highly recommend. There were 3 viewing places, each better than the other. Wonderful photo ops. Very impressive. Not to be missed when in Guyana.

Thank TravelinAlan
Reviewed 31 July 2017

Kaieteur Falls is one of the last remote waterfalls to visit without a crowd. It was way more difficult to get there and back than we thought it would be, but we managed to do it WITHOUT a tour company. (Please note: Dagron tours were...More

2  Thank Amanda B
Reviewed 20 July 2017 via mobile

So you have 3 options, you can trek there over 3 to 4 days and fly back, you will need to pay the full flight fair as it means a tourist cannot use the outward seat. If you have the time and money, this is...More

1  Thank Ericdmc85
Reviewed 10 July 2017

These falls are a definite must-see if you're ever in Guyana. After a slightly scary one-hour plane ride from Ogle airport over the vast lushness of the Guyanese landscape, you'll arrive at the small landing strip outside the Kaieteur Falls Visitor Centre. From there you'll...More

1  Thank Zelillem
Reviewed 30 June 2017

While the rainy season may not be the best time to view birds or wild life, the water falls are just amazing. The falls were going full force and while the internet argues whether this water fall is in the top 10 list, it is...More

Thank nidan196
Reviewed 25 June 2017

Simply magnificent! One of the best things to see and do while in Guyana. Don't leave without visiting! Our group of 6 had breath taking trip to the falls. Starts with a 50 minute plane ride. Small plane but everything was right on time and...More

1  Thank Wangfox
Reviewed 25 June 2017

We booked a tour to the falls and due to us running around Guyana, we could not pay in advance but the tour operator nervously held our spot. There were five of us! When we arrived(late due to our taxi driver) Lenny (He's in charge)...More

2  Thank Penelope D
Reviewed 3 May 2017

Stunning example of Guyana's pristine wilderness. You can augment your fly-over with a gentle walk to several look-out spots for more breathtaking views of the falls and down valley. Rainbows abound. We went with the very capable and accommodating Air Services Ltd. This is truly...More

1  Thank Sue L
Reviewed 28 April 2017

This is one of those must do trips if in Guyana, it is not cheap but well worth it just the flight to the falls gives you an idea of the vast size of the Country , on landing at the falls you will be...More

2  Thank Andrew L
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31 May 2017|
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Response from SunnyW358 | Reviewed this property |
You can do it, but tell the guide that you will have to walk slower and take breaks in between. You can see the Falls without the guide at your own pace, but it is always nice to hear background stories. I would say, just... More
23 May 2017|
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Response from sofia874 |
thank you for the reply!