Kaieteur Falls, Potaro-Siparuni
Categories: Waterfalls, Nature & Parks
Head into the Amazon to see Kaieteur Falls, the world's widest single drop waterfall and a scenic wonder among the untouched environment of the jungle. Located on the Potaro River and in Kaieteur National Park, the waterfall can only be seen by taking a plane ride from either Ogle or Georgetown Airport. The water plunges from 251 m (822 ft) high off the cliff's edge, and boasts among the most powerful waterfalls in the world due to its volume and speed. Premium viewing spots are available and you can even dare to stand next to its precipice and stare out over the cascading water. To visit Kaieteur Falls on your trip to Potaro-Siparuni, use our Potaro-Siparuni trip itinerary maker.
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Kaieteur Falls are the highest single drop waterfalls in the world. The only way to get there is by (chartered) airplane or helicopter. I used Air Service Limited to visited the Kaireteur Falls, as th... read more »
You take a flight across to the falls where you will land and disembark and prepare yourself for a trek through the forest to get to the waterfall! Sadly you can't get very close because there have be... read more »
We flew to Kaieteur falls with Evergreen Adventure, and the falls are fantastic, no picture, or video can do it justice, its a must see if you are in Guyana.
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