Sloth Island Nature Resort is situated on 160 acres of pristine rainforest in the Essequibo River. A wide array of birds and wildlife make Sloth Island Nature Resort an ideal destination for birders and holiday makers of all levels. The recent spotting of the Harpy Eagle has catapulted Sloth Island onto the international bird watching calendar. From the Island one can access exciting excursions to the Amerindian village of Falmouth, the town of Bartica, Fort Kyk-Over-Al (oldest Dutch Fort in Guyana), Baracara Waterfalls, and the rapids of Marshall Falls, among others. Choose from: bird watching, nature walks, wildlife viewing, swimming, canoeing, fishing or just relaxing in a hammock in the shade of the trees.
The main house is of concrete and consists of a ground floor (285 m²) with four (4) tiled self-contained spacious rooms, a kitchen and a breezy reception and verandah area.
The upper floor (285 m²) has three (3) self-contained wooden-floored bedrooms and a very spacious reading and relaxation area.
The tower consists of a private secluded room space (20m²) high above the building with magnificent views.
A walkway connects the main house to a very large two-roof benab (65 m²) which houses an open recreation area, restaurant and bar.
Further south you have a volleyball court, tables and seating area for 30 people in the shade of trees and benches for relaxation
Further south again you have a typical trullis house (45 m²) which can accommodate up to ten (10) persons in hammocks and or beds.
The rooms at Sloth Island are spacious, tiled and have en suite bathrooms with shower. Each room is equipped with the following: the following:
1 queen and 1 double bed, Desks, Wardrobe, Clothes horse, Tables
Bed-side tables, Chairs, Fans, Paintings
Address: 91 Middle Street Georgetown
C/O Dagron Tours and
Essequibo River, Guyana