The universe is a kind of book in which one has not read more than the first page when it has only seen his country.Fougeret de Monbron each country has its own beauties, many times or even many of its inhabitants are interested in enjoying them, nor develop this tourism which favours him in favour of the conservation of the region, unfortunately neglected you, what is most worrying who enjoy it are outsiders, the who have come from other countries. How I have seen it in Canaima Park to go to the Angel Falls, where almost always there are Germans, Italians, European, American, and few national. Fortunately, Venezuela has this Majesty of the Angel Falls, which is the waterfall, highest in the world, with a height of 980 m (807 m uninterrupted drop), generated from the Auyantepuy. Is located (do 5 58? do 03?)N 62 32? 14?OR? (do /? 5.9675, – 62.53722) in the territory protected by the Canaima National Park, in the State of Bolivar, Venezuela. This natural reservoir, established as a national park on June 12, 1962 and declared world heritage by UNESCO in 1994, extends over an area of over 30,000 km (a territory similar to which owns Belgium), to the borders with Guyana and Brazil, and its size is considered one of the most extensive in the world. It is 15 times more higher than Niagara with a total of 2,937 feet.
It is known and thus reminds us disfrutecanaima.com Angel Falls is also called Kerekupai-meru by the natives which means waterfall of the deepest place in the Pemon language is the highest waterfall in the world with about 978 m of height of whom 807 m are fall permanently. Angel Falls is the result of the fall from the Auyantepuy of one of the tributaries of the River Carrao, i.e. the Churun River.