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Salto Aponguao, Canaima National Park
Categories: Waterfalls, Nature & Parks
One of the most picturesque and photogenic waterfalls in Canaima National Park, Salto Aponguao flows out of the Aponwao River and drops from a height of 108 m (354 ft). Take a walking excursion around the lush areas of the park or splash into the pool at the base of the fall. Take a look at our Canaima National Park trip builder to schedule your visit to Salto Aponguao and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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No existen palabras que puedan describir la experiencia y la energía del paseo. En nuestro caso y grupo (5 adultos y 4 niños (6 a 9 años)) nos quedamos en Sta. Elena de Uairen, antes de hacer el viaje... read more »Not there are words that can describe the experience and the energy of the ride. In our case and group (5 adults and 4 children (6-9 years)) we stayed in Sta. Elena de Uairén, before making the trip we contacted through the posada transport to the site, even if we have vehicle rustic, it's much better and quieter delegate lead in a third, especially thinking of the return which one is exhausted and would be a risk on the road also people offering transfers are referred to the "tricks" of the route. Arriving at the Indian camp the boat (which includes the cost of the Guide), must be paid from the camp to the Salto travel are 30 minutes downstream, those people who suffer from panic, I do not advise the ride, since the boat dock about 500 m before the fall of water. Then have the option of walking and lower until the foot of the jump, the descent is of ones 20-30 minutes, the road is steep and is difficult its rise for people older or with problems physical. All physical exertion has its reward at the foot of the jump, they must be careful because the mist of the waterfall, the ground is slippery to get down. If you go with children, these should be able to go up and down unaided or with little help. Remember to carry sufficient hydration, if they are planning to lunch at the camp returning from the visit to the waterfall, I advise you to book or "palabrear" food before taking the canoe to go to jump. This ride uses them throughout the day.show original
Recomiendo ir después de la época de lluvias, entre julio y agosto. así se facilitan los viajes en cuirara, lleven repelente de mosquitos y protector solar, para cruzar los saltos por dentro, lleven m... read more »I recommend going after rainy season, from July to August. cuirara travel, provided wear sunscreen, mosquito repellent to cross jumps inside, carry Middle implementations to facilitate walking through the slippery rocks.show original
Existe un error común en denominar al salto Chinak o Chinak Meru, como salto Aponguao o Aponwao, ya que el rio es el rio Aponwao. En fin es un imponente salto de Agua de mas de 100 mts de altura, para... read more »There is a common mistake in calling the jump Chinak or Chinak Meru, as jump Aponguao or Aponwao, since the river is the Aponwao River. Finally is a stunning waterfall of more than 100 meters of height, to get to the is should Iboribó camp, and from there can take a few small boats or take a hike to the salto, also near the jump are paradisiacal landscapes and pools where take a good bath.show original
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