CNN looks for the “Wild Things” and finds Karanambu in Guyana
Moscow-born zoologist Vladimir Dinets, the author of Dragon Songs: Love and Adventure Among Crocodiles, Alligators and Other Dinosaur Relations is a research assistant professor at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. After a globe-crossing search for the world’s last remaining wild places, he reports that Guyana..
“…is my favorite corner of the Amazon, where I studied caimans in 2007, and it’s beautifully preserved. It has miles upon miles of Victoria regia water lily-covered lakes, pristine forests, tranquil rivers and lush savannahs.”
Dinets and CNN are particularly taken by Karanambu Lodge in the Rupununi, a lodge that finds its way into many of our Guyana itineraries.
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