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Mt. Auyantepui

Canaima National Park, Venezuela
+58 212-2640080
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Hiking up Auyan Tepui

If you are searching for a tepui hike and dont want to end up hiking in line with other groups... read more

Reviewed 6 April 2017
Atlanta, Georgia
Massive time machine

This massive plateau will take you to times where dinosaurs didn't even exist. Most people don't... read more

Reviewed 29 July 2016
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The world-renowned Angel Falls cascade from the cliffs of Mt. Auyantepui, which is one of the largest mountains in the Guiana Range.
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“dinosaur” (2 reviews)
“plateau” (2 reviews)
“life” (2 reviews)
Canaima National Park, Venezuela
+58 212-2640080
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Reviewed 6 April 2017

If you are searching for a tepui hike and dont want to end up hiking in line with other groups. Auyan is your choice . The hike is a little more demanding than Roraima but much more rewarding in terms of wild life and plants

Thank watajata
Reviewed 29 July 2016

This massive plateau will take you to times where dinosaurs didn't even exist. Most people don't realize the size of this mt. while almost soaring over the virgin jungle but is has almost the same area of the biggest island of Venezuela, i.e. Margarita. An...More

Thank OneChrisChoc
Reviewed 9 November 2015

And probably it could be, because it is sooo,sooo impressive. And Huge! You will appreciate it by the overflight to Angel Falls and on the way to the Falls during the canoe-ride !

Thank Konstantinos P
Reviewed 18 September 2015

We passed close by on our way to Angel Falls. Like so many of these rugged plateaus, this is spectacular, especially when seen from a small wooden boat fighting its way up river.

Thank Howard N
Reviewed 7 August 2015

To see how enormous it is, no picture can tell the feeling when you travel on the river around it. All the buildings in the world are tiny if you want to compare sizes.

Thank naranjitaCaracas
Reviewed 19 May 2015 via mobile

This is one of the most beautiful places in the world. It is a little complicated to arrive to that place, but it worth it. Every single place and that jungle is beautiful. If you want to get out of the cityscape and get a...More

1  Thank Janeth F
Reviewed 31 October 2014

its just an wonderful place to visit provided you are with the right tour operator i prefer some one like kavac to be with !!

Thank occlusion_vikas
Reviewed 19 August 2014

It is just one of the very few wonderful and magic place whic h l was lucky enough to visit during my numerous trips around the world .It is a place for nature lovers and poets.I liked everything there and just hate the idea that...More

Thank richard w
Reviewed 22 December 2013

I did not have the time to climb the Auyantepui but I spent a few days at the camps located at the base of the tepui. Having this massive creation in front of you is something you can never forget. Sometimes the tepui is covered...More

Thank MRCordova
Reviewed 7 April 2013

I was able to join the small airplane starting in Canaima, the regular tour for post services, mails and goods to the villages around which took about half a day. This was a wonderful tour, especially up to the Mt. Auyantepui as you can see...More

2  Thank Culturetraveller12
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