The Venezuela Waterfalls that we’ve seen or known about are primarily gushing behemoths nestled in the steamy equatorial jungles of the Guyana Highlands. These tropical forests punctured the sky with towering plateaus and mountains, which seem to be magnets for rain. All that moisture eventually drains into rivers that carve a very ancient landscape that (not surprisingly) flow over dramatic waterfalls.
While our Venezuela Waterfalls survey is very limited, so far it does center around the country’s most famous waterfall – Angel Falls. We’re keen on returning to Venezuela to explore its other lesser known waterfalls spread throughout the country, but in the mean time, have a look at what we have so far.
Since we don’t hold back on the experiences that we share, perhaps you may find each of our waterfall write-ups to be useful for your trip plans as we divulge the logistics behind our visits in each of these write-ups. Included in each of the write-ups are detailed descriptions, maps, photographs, videos, and nearby attractions…
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