Guyana’s rich natural environment is just outside Georgetown
A short coach and canoe-ride outside the capital city, rainforest eco-adventure awaits!
Arrow Point Nature Resort is nestled quietly on the left bank of the Kamuni Creek, a tributary of the mighty Demerara River about one hour south of Georgetown. Arrow Point takes its name from the profusion of arrow trees that grow in the area: as the name probably suggests the trees are used by the native Amerindians to fashion hunting arrows.
The Resort’s eight cabins and its main Lodge are all built from timber and other materials taken from surrounding area and constructed by local Amerindian craftsmen. Small, inconspicuous and comfortable, the cabins sit beside well manicured grasslands, their functional exterior concealing en suite bathrooms, and large comfortable beds that offer, simultaneously, the intimacy of a romantic setting and the comfort sought by the holidaying family.
A visit to Arrowpoint is usually punctuated by a stop at Santa Mission. Guests may also enjoy a variety of recreational excursions such as mountain biking, trekking, bird watching, or visiting a nearby village to see the production of local crafts and foods.
By taxi or coach, you’ll drive to the east bank of the Demerara River near Timheri, then be picked up by motorized canoe for the 45 minute ride to Santa Mission and Arrowpoint.
One of the finer examples of Guyana’s eco-tourism product, Arrowpoint coexists with its interior setting without ruffling the natural environment. Biking, bird-watching, and quiet, reflective strolls along its winding trails are just part of the “eco-adventure” product that it offers. Flowing past the Resort, the serene waters of the Kamuni Creek kiss a small, inviting expanse of white sandy beach.
Cultural Interpretation – side tour to Santa Mission (our host community)
Wabani Expedition – Conducted tour into the forest to Lucky Seed Landing then kayaking back to the resort through Alligator Alley
Mountain biking along the maze of jungle trails aback the resort.
Surf-bike rides; canoeing and swimming in the cool waters off the beach in front of the resort.
Exploring the smaller jungle creeks by canoe with our experienced guides.
Listening to the soothing rhythm of the wind wafting through the troolie leaf roof while you lay in your gently swaying hammock.