Arrival at Caracas, overnight stay in Caracas
Flight Caracas/Maturin or Caracas/Ciudad Gujana. Transportation
by car or
van to Boca de Urucoa, from there to the main camp El Guamal by
relaxing, swimming, a ride in the afternoon: fishing for piranhas,
wildlife. After sunset back to the camp.
In the evening jungle bar. Overnight stay in small, luxurious huts
Breakfast, after that continuing of our journey to the outer camp
On the way watching wildlife. Lunch in the outer camp. In the afternoon
trip to visit the Warao Indians. On the way back we go fishing (Tarbun).
Dinner. Night trip by canoe (watching caimans), overnight stay in
Breakfast, after that a ride by canoe and a walk in the jungle.
Lunch on the
way. Visit of an Indian camp, a walk in the mangroves. Dinner at
overnight stay in hammocks.
Breakfast, driving back to the main camp. Lunch. Leaving by boat
to Boca de
Urucoa against 3 pm. From there we continue our journey to Ciudad
.Visiting the colanialpart of the town.Overnight
staying in a small nice posada near C.Boliar
Early in the morning we fly from Ciudad Bolivar to Canaima. After
arrival we explore the lagoon of the Canaima National Park with
followed by walking to the Frog Fall behind which we will get. We
walking until the Carao river. There we mount a dug-out which will
closer to the Auyan-Tepui. We arrive the Ahonda-Canon by sunset.
pitch our camp, spending the night in hammocks.
In the morning we get by canoe through the Devil´s Canon to
the Camp Isla
Raton. Here we catch our first gaze on the Salto Angel, here we
can swim in
the lagoon and relax. We go on a little tour all around the Mayupa
and do a
little walk to the Salto Angel. In the afternoon we head back to
the camp in
the Ahonda-Canon. Overnight stay in hammocks.
Return to the Camp Canaima Village. Here you´ve got the possibility
a look at and to buy native handcraft. In the afternoon we fly back
Price: 950 US$
Bring with you:
Valid passport and visa card
Travel sickness insurance, recommended accident insurance
Possibly photo equipment
Short clothes (shorts, t-shirts)
One set of long clothes (long trousers, long-sleeved shirt, jacket)
Used walking boots
Little bag (for clothes)
Open-mindedness towards the native people and the fellow travellers
necessary.We offer time, multilingual guidance, transportation,
flights, hammocks, all
meals served with alcohol-free drinks and alcohol-free drinks on