GRAN SABANA & RORAIMA
The Lost Word of the Tepuis it’s on a high plateau of vast dimensions located in the Guayana region at the southeast of the Orinoco River. This is a region of multiple varieties in natural resources and spectacular landscapes which join with the extraordinary and mythical tepuis: huge sandstone formations patiently carved by the erosion of time and that rises to 2,800 meters high. On their summits are many endemic species of plants and animals, which have developed a capacity to adapt to this rustic environment.
Most of the Canaima National Park area is covered by thick Gallery forest and wide savannas that generate the feeling of serenity and gratness.
The inhabitants belong to the pemon ethnicity: the taurepanes and arekunas, apart from other races such as Guyanese, Brazilians and Creoles, introduced after the construction of the road.