|*CLOSED* Brazilian Consulate||
In Jan 2015 the Brazilian Consulate in Lethem was closed and not expected to re-open. Persons needing a visa or visa renewal were being told to return to Georgetown!
|Posada la Casita||
Campground and hotel, with secure grounds, free taxi service into and out of town, mechanical pit to work on your car, mechanic available too if needed, restaurant, laundry service, swimming pool, travel agency. Hard to find but they also own Gekko Tours at airport, so if you visit there they can call and arrange for you to be shown the way.
|Nappi Amerindian village||
You can stay in the Amerindian village, at the football field. Ask permission from the village captain (if you can't find him, he'll find you). Payment expected, Jan2015 was about $2.50 per person.
|The Oasis Annex||
On the main road at the village of Annai. It's part of Rockview Lodge, but separate. Free fruit from the trees in season. Good facilities. Hammock space too.
Fuel Station with restaurant, showers, toilets.
|Pegasus Hotel Parking Lot||
24 hour guarded parking for which you can ask permission to 'camp' in. Hotel has nice bar (try the famous rum) and restaurant. Taxi's available at hotel, which lets you leave your vehicle secure. Easy walk into city centre. No facilities as it is just a guarded parking area.
|Harbour Resort Domburg||
Yacht Marina with facilities opened up for Overlanders, riverside sites, swimming pool. As of Jan2015: 8.50 Euros per vehicle per night.
|Brownsberg Nature Reserve||
'Stinasu' facility has campsites for motorhomes, and hammock spaces. Visiting monkeys and toucans in the campsite, and there are numerous hikes. Steep dirt road up, not advisable when wet as it gets very slippery.
Run down old municipal campsite in country area beside river, and near to wetland hiking.
|Boat Ramp for boat to Kaw||
Parking lot at the end of the road. Option to take boat to Kaw, or visit wetlands by boat (nobody is at the boat ramp, but people will come and go so you can ask them), also a hiking trail goes up the mountain via a path behind the cemetery.
|Ferry Terminal Parking||
Secure paid parking where you can leave your motorhome while you visit Salvador. Okay for Big Rigs.
Efficient and fast processing of visa applications for those needing it.
|Old Dock Parking||
Park amongst other European motorhomes.