I spent the day with Eon John and Jessica and it was an absolute highlight of my trip. It's such a well-crafted experience for travelers that they've curated. They are very hospitable hosts and give you wonderful access to locals in the market and a local Puri shop. I kind of hate going on tours when I travel. It often feels like some operator is earning a lot of money for a very standard experience you could get on your own, if you had your own transportation, but that isn't the case here at all. You get the sense that they love opening up the world of their country and culture to visitors. At the end of the day, I felt like I was hanging out with local friends in their garden, not tour guides. That's the best kind of experience, isn't it? It's an experience with a whole lot of heart. If you're on the fence about whether to book this tour or not, I'd offer that you should - 100%. They also have other experiences that they host. If I was here longer I'd have loved to travel into the Amerindian villages of the jungle with them - so ask them about that, if it interests you. Overall sentiment: This is a part of your Guyana trip that is NOT TO BE MISSED!