Canaima Nationalpark is famous for its table-top-mountains,
called Tepuis in the Pemon Indian language and the landscape of the
Guyana Highlands called La Gran Sabana. The biggest Tepui is Auyan Tepui and
from there the biggest waterfall in the world Angel Fall – El Salto Angel falls
986m to the Churun river.
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In the morning we’ll fly one hour
from Ciudad Bolivar to Canaima. Here we’ll take our boat and
drive to the Laguna de Canaima passing different waterfalls until
we’ll arrive at our camp on Anatoly island.
In the morning we’ll take the boat
again and go up for 4 to 5 hours the rivers Carrao und Churun until
we’ll arrive at Raton Island. From here we’ll hike for an
hour through the jungle to the Angel Fall.
The Angel Fall is almost 1000m high and right there where the water
falls down we’ll go swimming. This is an unforgettable moment.
From our hammock camp we’ll see the Angel Fall.
On the way back we’ll see again
the massive tabletop mountains. In the Laguna de Canaima we’ll
see the 3 waterfalls Ucaima, Golondrina and Hacha and we’ll have
time to go swimming.
In the afternoon we’ll take the plane back to Ciudad Bolivar.