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Tourist information about the Cainama National Park

Attractions
The Angel Falls
This is the world's highest free-falling waterfall at 979 meters (3217 ft). it is situated on the river Churun, a tributary of the Carrao.

The laguna de canaima
The lagoon of Canaima is one of the most beautiful places of the park, this sweet water lagoon and her breaches are being fed by several small waterfalls. You can canoe trough the lagoon and watch the different waterfalls up close.

Kavac Canyon

The native Pemon Indians live in the village of Kavac. This authentic Indian village is nearby the famed Auyan tepuy.  Native Pemon indians will guide you if you want to hike to the Kavac Canyon and Tabanarempa Falls.

Tourist accommodations and accessibility
Tourists can travel to the park by air, departing from Maiquetía, Ciudad Bolìvar, Puerto Ordaz, and Margarita. The camps around the park are well built and provide lodging and meals. It is possible to take excursions by river or go by plane into nearby areas.

The best time to visit the park

The best time to visit the park is in the dry season. This is from December to April. In the other months it is the rain season, in these months it can rain extremely much. 

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