Visit Karanambu, Guyana
Karanambu is the home of Diane McTurk, widely known for her work in rehabilitating orphaned, giant river otters to the wild.
Diane and her otters have appeared on National Geographic, Jeff Corwin Experience, Really Wild Show (BBC) and the Calgary's "Zoo World".
Karanambu has a long history of visiting naturalists and Diane's father, Tiny McTurk, has welcomed David Attenborough and Gerald Durrell (Three Singles to Adventure).
Today's generation of Edward and Melanie McTurk are your hosts, leaving Diane more time developing the Karanambu Trust, work with her otters and her writings.
Dinner with Diane, Edward and Melanie will include stories on the history of the family and the Rupununi Savannahs.
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