At Spring Valley we will have focus on the Savannah-living which has been the primary settings of the Amerindians for decades. We will visit the Jones family farm laying in walking distance from the hotel. Much time has been spent on this small paradise at the foot of the mountain and the family live from their crops grown and produced at the place. After a round tour of the place we will engage in a cooking class with the wife Betty. We will make a traditional local dish and taste some of the different drinks made from fermented fruits in the area.
No Savannah experience without trying to ride over the Savannah. Like all true Vaqueros(South American cowboys) we will take the local horses for a ride over the Savannah to the mighty Rupununi River. We will sail in dugout canoe and fish for piranhas which we can roast for lunch.
We will end the tour in the capitol of the Rupununi, Lethem! This might seem like a small dusty town, but this place has a very important place in the history of the Rupununi. Its location makes it ideal for a short visit to Brazil or simply just enjoy the charming place. From here we will go to Kumu Falls in the Kanuku Mountain range and bathe and enjoy ourselves in the cool refreshing water.