Mount Roraima, Canaima National Park
(4.7/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
Mountaineering and hiking enthusiasts should not miss Mount Roraima, a tabletop mountain with a diversity of natural spectacles. Situated on the triple border between Brazil, Guyana, and Venezuela, it ranks among the oldest geological formations in the world. With 400 m (1,300 ft) cliffs surrounding on all sides but one, the only hike available for amateur mountaineers runs from the small Venezuelan village of Paraitepui. Embark on the long trek and explore the rich ecosystem of the remote mountain, spot numerous endemic plants, or view its stunning caves and waterfalls. Reach the 2,810 m (9,220 ft) summit, admire the spectacular vistas, and camp out in the isolated wilderness. Plan your visit to Mount Roraima and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Canaima National Park vacation generator.
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  • The walk is heavy. Were 9 days a lot of heartache. Divide a particular loader with a friend, still carried about of 8 kilos (photographic equipment, trail snack, first aid, anorak, raincoat, sandals to cross rivers, 1 litre of water, flashlight, etc. ..) We went with the Roraima Adventure, which has a good expedition scheme, but light snack. The food is not the forte of the expedition, but in the schema "clogs". I ate rice al dente (not cooked right and pasta too al dente, like "United. We will win. The breakfast was tasty and reinforced except for fried foods. The landscape is fantastic, however we will always have a cloud in the sky. Did the tour of 9 days and we got sooo rain. The raincoat is a must. The best is to take a waterproof poncho since raincoats ripping. We arrived at the famous "bow of the ship" but the weather was closed and didn't see anything. On the other hand we have Sun on the climb of the peak, the Maverick. Even so, always with clouds in the sky. Flowers and plants are very beautiful and different. The eroded sandstones forming fantastic sculptures. But the walks are strained. It is forbidden to hurt up there because not always the helicopter can land for an eventual rescue and not always it is available. I don't know if I'd come back, but it's worth going there at least once in your life.
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  • One of the most amazing places I've ever met: breathtaking visuals, waterfalls, viewpoints, many crystals! It's not an easy trek, requires a lot of physical. But it's worth every drop of sweat!
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  • An indescribable place, where the Majesty meets nature, is undoubtedly an unforgettable and unique experience, climbing the Tepuy is something that simply cannot be explained, as if you were on another planet. Totally recommended. As consideration must hire guides recommended, since food is a fundamental factor in walks so heavy and there are some who call it "guides" and take advantage of tourists, it is also necessary to have previous physical preparation, if it will not be enough uphill.
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