Gran Sabana


Part of Canaima National Park
Home to Mount Roraima
A popular trekking destination
Part of the Guiana Shield
   

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The Gran Sabana is located in the south of Bolívar State on the Venezuelan-Brazilian border, approximately 1,400 km from Caracas. The area lies on a plateau some 1000 meters above sea level. Its signature landmarks are the tepuis, table mountains that rise up out of the surroundings to create huge ecological islands - the most famous and tallest, Roraima, at 2810 m, inspired Conan Doyle's novel, The Lost World - punctured by waterfalls, including Angel Falls, the planet’s highest. With a population of approximately 12,000, the region is inhabited by several indigenous groups. The most famous trekking excursion is the Roraima Trek. The best time to visit and do the Roraima Trek is during the months of December and January. In the Gran Sabana other popular activities to consider doing include paragliding, rafting, and mountain biking.

 


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