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4x4 Gran Sabana
To fully appreciate this region of Venezuela, you need to get of the beaten track in a 4x4. The scenery is breath taking and you are likely to see no other tourists during the day. A great holiday addition for those in the area to visit Angel Falls.
A 3 night jeep safari of the Gran Sabana lets you trully appreciate this part of Venezuela. Located to the eastern part of Canaima National Park, the Gran Sabana is a special landscape of clear rivers, waterfalls and endless Tepuys which tower above rolling savannah and forest. Exploring this unique region by 4x4 vehicles is by far the best way to do it.
over the 4 day trip, you will travel through the rubber-seeking and gold mining towns of El Callao and Tumeremo; The Pemon Indian village of Liworibo, and from there take a 30-minute dugout-canoe ride to beautiful Chinak Meru, the highest waterfall in the Gran Sabana. You will also visit the water holes of Pozo Escondido and Pozo de Los Enamorados, and the waterfalls of Kawi, Kama Meru, the lookout point El Oso, and Arapan and Soroape falls.
There is also the opportunity to take a helicopter flight to the summit of Mount Roraima (as long as the weather allows it). You fly over the savannah until you reach the steep face of Roraima. At 9,219 feet Mt Roraima is the highest Tepui (table-top mountain) in South America and is said to be the setting for Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous novel ‘The Lost World’. The helicopter will land on the summit of the Tepui for 15 minutes or so and you will have the opportunity to explore the unique ecosystem, studded with sink holes and home to unknown numbers of endemic species of flora and fauna.
Accommodation is basic but comfortable, a small price to pay for being in this less explored part of Latin America.