Parque National de Canaima


Member Rating 5 out of 5 by Babi on March 2, 2004

This park is made up of 30,000km of natural reserve and boasts the highest falls in world, Salt Angel, at 979m high. Salt Angel flows into AUYANTEPUI, which is visible either by plane from the top (if you're lucky and cloudy or rainy weather has not filled the falls!) or by boat, which is even more charming;

After walking through the forest, you arrive to a beautiful red lagoon (because of the tanine) near the Golden Falls, which are not as high as Salt Angel, but no less enchanting. There are some falls where you can take a shower.

Parque Nacional de Canaima
South East Venezuela
Isla de Margarita, Venezuela

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