Travel Blogs from Canaima National Park, Venezuela

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Devil's Canyon thin ribbon., Angel Falls and Canaima National Park, Venezuela travel blog

Devil's Canyon thin ribbon.

A travel blog entry by stevefn

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... circling a tepui and back safe on the ground. Welcome to Canaima! I stay at an empty camp with hammock views of Laguna de Canaima and it's line of waterfalls (Saltos Hacha). The only other guests are a friendly couple from the UK, living in Caracas. As ...

How to blow your travel budget., Angel Falls and Canaima National Park, Venezuela travel blog

How to blow your travel budget.

A travel blog entry by stevefn

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... and best I found online. And being back in Venezuela, why not spend some more money and go back to Angel Falls and Canaima National Park. The place was amazing, so I have no problem to visit again with my brother, but I am pretty sure we could have ...

World's Highest Waterfall - All 979 metres!, Canaima National Park, Venezuela travel blog

World's Highest Waterfall - All 979 metres!

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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... where we took a power boat trip right into the falls, experiencing the same feeling. Our time in the Canaima National Park in Venezuela has been astounding and so infinitely rewarding . So glad we didn't listen to all the people who said don't ...

Wonderful Waterfalls, Canaima National Park, Venezuela travel blog

Wonderful Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by suenson_taylors

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... requires another payout (departure tax), excess baggage – we were only allowed 10kgs each!!! and arrival tax to the Canaima National Park. The flight itself was an experience, we were totally unfazed by the fact that we were on e-tickets but very ...

Angel Falls, Canaima National Park, Venezuela travel blog

Angel Falls

A travel blog entry by kimandjohn

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... the end -- we saw Angel Falls. Although the Los Llanos proved to be a plesant surprise, our main reason for heading to Venezuela (aside from its location between Colombia and Brazil) was to see Angel Falls.  Angel Falls was `discovered` by an ...

Jungle walk and Angel Falls, Canaima National Park, Venezuela travel blog

Jungle walk and Angel Falls

A travel blog entry by traceywilson

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... 4 of them took a real shine to me.......suspect it is my british passport again, and not necessarily my wit, humour and charm! Venezuela has to be one of the most expensive places I have been. The police, national guards and military just walk the ...

GIANT ANTEATER, Canaima National Park, Venezuela travel blog

GIANT ANTEATER

A travel blog entry by prieststrip

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The next morning we drove to Iboribo and travelled by a Curiara (a typical canoe made out of a trunk of a tree) down the river to Salto Chinak Meru a 105m high waterfall. We walked downhill through the woods to the bottom of the waterfall.  It was ...

ORCHID ISLAND, Canaima National Park, Venezuela travel blog

ORCHID ISLAND

A travel blog entry by prieststrip

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We have seen some views during this trip. The landscapes varied from beaches, rock formations to canyons and lakes.  But today we saw the best to date.  Why have we awarded this accolade to Orchard Island?  Because we have never seen ...

Ciudad Bolivar to Canaima, Canaima National Park, Venezuela travel blog

Ciudad Bolivar to Canaima

A travel blog entry by karrina

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Got up, went down to the tour agency and we was given breakfast. Was very happy and excited. In a lot better mood after all of yesterdays traumas. Went to the airport. Our guide sat me down and went off to sort everything out. He took a ...

Climbing Roraima, a table top mountain, Canaima National Park, Venezuela travel blog

Climbing Roraima, a table top mountain

A travel blog entry by benyclaire

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Day 1: After yet another hearty breakfast we headed to Canaima airport, which is so small it was only just opening at 8.30am. We had been told our flight was at 9am, and as only one flight goes a day to Santa Elena we made sure we were there nice and ...

THE AMAZING ANGEL FALLS, Canaima National Park, Venezuela travel blog

THE AMAZING ANGEL FALLS

A travel blog entry by prieststrip

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The big day was here. Today we were going to fly (on a little, light and slightly scary) bi-plane to the Angel Falls.  But first we were going to be flown to Kavak, the village of the indigenous Pemon community at the base of the Auyantenpuy a ...

Highest waterfall in the world, Canaima National Park, Venezuela travel blog

Highest waterfall in the world

A travel blog entry by riege

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From Puerto Ordaz I flew to Canaima in Canaima National Park which hosts the Angel Falls. The first day we slept in Canaima itself and visited one waterfall nearby and also walked behind it which was an awsome experience. You could feel the water pouring ...

Canaima, Canaima National Park, Venezuela travel blog

Canaima

A travel blog entry by karrina

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... are about to fly?! Only in south américa. Possibly the funniest thing I have ever seen. Flight back to Ciudad Bolívar was a bit sad. Sad that the best 3 days of my trip so far are over. Brazil hás a lot to live up to after stunning ...

Angel Falls, Canaima National Park, Venezuela travel blog

Angel Falls

A travel blog entry by eugenecash

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... really was an amazing waterfall to see in person and one of those must see things if you come to Venezuela. We then headed back to the main village of Canaima causing some sore bums again.  It had poured with rain during lunch so the boat ride back ...

HAPPY BIRTHDAY FYNN, Canaima National Park, Venezuela travel blog

HAPPY BIRTHDAY FYNN

A travel blog entry by prieststrip

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... ushered into the dining room for lunch.  The view from our table was stunning.  We were on the bank of the Canaima lagoon facing various thundering waterfalls.  After lunch we went in a canoe across the lagoon with Jose our guide.  We ...

Canaima Lagoon and the Angel Falls, Canaima National Park, Venezuela travel blog

Canaima Lagoon and the Angel Falls

A travel blog entry by theblakes

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... ! moving along... Bundled into a little Cessna and buzzed our way 1.5 hours over endless forests and beautiful views to land in Canaima and pretty much jump on a boat right away to head for the falls down the Churun river. The rainy season ...

The Angel Falls!, Canaima National Park, Venezuela travel blog

The Angel Falls!

A travel blog entry by nickjackets

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... in Caracas,there was much “hello darling” and all the rest of it as they greeted me and welcomed me to Venezuela,the ongoing political crises seemed far removed from these people who looked like they were not short of a few dollars.Two of the ...

Wet and wild at the Angel Falls, Canaima National Park, Venezuela travel blog

Wet and wild at the Angel Falls

A travel blog entry by ellie_cross

... camps that are located along the river. During our visit we also got to walk to several other beautiful waterfalls round the Canaima lagoon, and even walk behind them. Seeing the water surge down, so powerfully that it blocks the sun and billows out ...

Canaima National Park:Home Of The Waterfalls., Canaima National Park, Venezuela travel blog

Canaima National Park:Home Of The Waterfalls.

A travel blog entry by nickjackets

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In the South East of Venezuela,lies the 6Th largest national park in the world,Canaima.It is the size of Belgium, to give you some idea and it borders Guyana in the East and Brazil in the South.It is also home to two iconic names,the Angel Falls (the ...

Canaima y Salto Ángel, quatro días celestial, Canaima National Park, Venezuela travel blog

Canaima y Salto Ángel, quatro días celestial

A travel blog entry by vickicooper

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... known as Angel Falls… one of the modern wonders of the world". The information on the back of the map of Canaima National Park doesn't really do Angel Falls justice, but then again I cannot think of words to capture its beauty either so I will not ...

Angel Falls, Canaima National Park, Venezuela travel blog

Angel Falls

A travel blog entry by ownio

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... ; Anyone who wants to go some day might consider not reading this part as it might dilute your enjoyment. Upon arriving in Canaima National Park, we met up with our tour group (Alexis and Monica from Santiago, Chile, Fabio and Maria from Rome and our ...

Highest waterfall in the world, the Angel Falls, Canaima National Park, Venezuela travel blog

Highest waterfall in the world, the Angel Falls

A travel blog entry by benyclaire

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First stop in Venezuela, Caracas, and arguably the most dangerous city in the continent. We had a 6 hour stopover here before our connecting flight to Ciudad Bolivar, and we had at one time thought maybe we should go and visit the city in this time. ...

Beach paradise wth a twist, Canaima National Park, Venezuela travel blog

Beach paradise wth a twist

A travel blog entry by kingsandems

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... it was time to depart. This time on a bigger (20 seater) plane. A wonderful excursion. Travellers tip- if you book to go to Canaima, book for an extra night in the camp, or a flight a day later and book the camp when you arrive. We would have loved to ...

The End of the Beginning, Canaima National Park, Venezuela travel blog

The End of the Beginning

A travel blog entry by rballesca

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... ; Set against the backdrop of green, flat top mountains the sound of gushing waterfalls plummeting from them, Jose was our tour guide at this national park.  He gently helps people out of the boat, and says to each one of us "just hold on to me, ...

Into the wild - Canaima and Angel Falls, Canaima National Park, Venezuela travel blog

Into the wild - Canaima and Angel Falls

A travel blog entry by jamesandjulie

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... Falls. We had to take two planes, including an hour in a small 6 seater Cessna that landed on a tiny airstrip in the Canaima National Park at the settlement of Canaima, followed by a four hour journey in a motorised dug out canoe flying up rapids and ...

Falls of an angel, Canaima National Park, Venezuela travel blog

Falls of an angel

A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren

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... and it is in many ways untouched. This is what we found when we visited the falls of an Angel, 'Angel Falls'. Situated in Canaima National Park, to get to Angel Falls we had to trust the dodgey Venezuelan aircraft. When we landed at the airport, we then ...

Angel Falls, Cuidad Bolivar and Canaima National Park, Venezuela travel blog

Angel Falls

A travel blog entry by jtrail

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... , French, 2 more Italians, a Japanese and a Venezuelan, we arrived at a small town for our flight into Canaima National Park. The flight in a 6-seater something was fantastic! Though, I swear the final turn just before landing was lower and sharper than ...

Waterfalls...Waterfalls.....Waterfalls!!, Canaima National Park, Venezuela travel blog

Waterfalls...Waterfalls.....Waterfalls!!

A travel blog entry by thomasandannie

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... then given 2 hours for ourself, the camp was right beside this riverside beach with a view of a waterfall...an nice introduction to Canaima!! We chilled out, went for a swim, walked over to a powerstation and then went back for lunch at 1, which in true ...

Verdens høyeste foss (Angel falls), Canaima National Park, Venezuela travel blog

Verdens høyeste foss (Angel falls)

A travel blog entry by helguth

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... kommet.. var veeeldig glad når vi landet !...Med Helge foran, følte jeg meg tryggere i flyet.   Etter å ha ankommet Canaima ntl. park, ble vi kjørt til campen i parken. Vi brukte formiddagen på egen hånd og badet i Canaima lagoon (se ...

Wet and wild at Angel Falls, Canaima National Park, Venezuela travel blog

Wet and wild at Angel Falls

A travel blog entry by kingsandems

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... searches for our pilot and soon we are taking off in the smallest plane we have been in. 5 seater Cesna (inclding pilot) to Canaima, reminding us of our honeymoon flight to the Okavango. It is a stunning flight over the Sabana. The landscape changes and ...

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